Events

Chemical Webinar

K-REACH Serials Webinar - Free Tickets to Know the Amended K-REACH

Time : 12 April 2019
Location : Korea
Lang. : English, Chinese, Japanese
Cost : Free
The Act on the Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals (known as Korea REACH) passed the plenary session of the National Assembly in Korea on April 30, 2013 and has come into force on Jan 1, 2015. Dec. 2016, the Ministry of Environment (MoE) started to revise the K-REACH and the amended K-REACH came into force officially from 1 Jan. 2019. With the implementation of amended K-REACH, enterprises’ obligations under this Act would be changed tremendously. For instance, the amended K-REACH introduced pre-registration, which would affect the regulatory compliance work of related enterprises.

In order to help foreign enterprises have a better understanding of K-REACH, CIRS is to present this K-REACH serials webinar to share valuable information about K-REACH registration.
Chemical Webinar

Impact of Brexit on REACH compliance and Countermeasure Proposals

Time : 15 January 2019
Location : Ireland
Lang. : English
Cost : Free
The United Kingdom will leave the EU from 30 March 2019 at 00:00h (CET) with or without a deal. In the event with a deal, a transition period will exist until 1 January 2021 and EU law will stop applying to the UK at the end of transition period. However, if there is no Brexit deal, EU law will cease to apply to the UK as of 30 March 2019.UK-based companies may have an eager into knowing what will happen to your company if the UK is out of the scope of REACH. In fact, the UK Government is thinking to issue a UK-REACH regulation to manage chemicals placed in the UK market. For those non-UK based enterprises who having trade relationship with UK-based companies, we strongly suggest you identify your role under the possible UK-REACH regulation. In order to help enterprises to prepare for the potential regulation challenges post Brexit, CIRS is to present this webinar to share countermeasure proposals on how to minimize the time and cost consumption.
Chemical Webinar

CIRS Webinar: How to Deal with the New Policy of Imported Non-special Use Cosmetics Filing?

Time : 12 December 2018
Location : China
Lang. : English,Chinese
Cost : 30 USD

This webinar aims to introduce the latest new policy of imported non-special use cosmetics filing. In combination with current management environment of Chinese cosmetics, CIRS Group will guide cosmetics enterprises how to deal with the new policy. The topics will cover:

  • Introduction of new policy for the record-keeping of imported non-special use cosmetics
  • Procedures and requirements of imported cosmetics record-keeping/registration
  • Comparison of new filing mode and traditional registration/pilot filing mode in free trade zones
  • The impact of new policy on cosmetics enterprises and solutions

If you are interested in China cosmetics market, this webinar will supply comprehensive, up-to-date, timely introduction and clarification of regulations to domestic and foreign cosmetics companies. Moreover professional advice on the change of regulation will be provided by CIRS Group so that the cosmetics companies are fully prepared.

Chemical Seminar

EU-Asia Chemical Regulations Workshop - Dublin

Time : 6 December 2018
Location : Dublin
Lang. : English
Cost : 300 Euro

The ‘EU-Asia Chemical Regulations Workshop - Dublin’ organized by CIRS will be scheduled on the 6th December 2018 in Dublin. Experts from CIRS Ireland, CIRS Group Korea together with China Chemical Management Authorities will bring you the latest chemical regulations and management measures in China, Korea and Europe, as well as practical compliance solutions.

Time: 8:30 am - 15:00 pm, 6th December 2018

Location: Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge at Merrion Rd, Dublin, D04 NX33, Ireland

Sponsor/Co-sponsor: CIRS Ireland, Chemsafe Srl, Horizon Risk Consultancy Ltd

Invited Organisation: Health and Safety Authority (HSA), Irish Exporters Association (IEA), Compliance and Risks (TBD), Chemical Watch 
Chemical Webinar

CIRS Free Webinar: The Development of Food for Special Medical Purposes (FSMP) in China

Time : 6 December 2018
Location : China
Lang. : Chinese, English
Cost : Free
Up to 22 October 2018, 18 FSMP products have been approved by Chinese government. Among them, 15 are infant formula for special medical purposes, 2 are nutritionally incomplete foods and 1 is nutritionally complete food. Until now, there is no more than 3 months left before the end of transitional period for FSMP registration. In order to better understand FSMP itself and its development process in China, and to facilitate registration, this webinar will focus on more clear and accurate interpretation of the definition of FSMP, as well as the history and the future of FSMP market and relevant policies in China.