6 August 2015, Free Webinar: Registration of New and Existing Substance in Taiwan

Over half of a year has passed since the implementation of the Taiwan TCSCA and OSHA. Recently CIRS will attend the workshop held by Taiwan EPA on July 21 to learn the latest information regarding new substance registration, especially existing substance registration (Phase I) which will start on Sep 1 of this year. In this webinar, we will not only introduce the registration of new and existing substance for Taiwan but also share our experience regarding compliance of Taiwan TCSCA and OSHA with you.

Time and Schedule

Webinar 1 (In Chinese): 6:00am (GMT) or 2:00 pm (Beijing Time) 6th August 2015; 
Webinar 2 (In English): 9:00am (GMT), or 5:00pm (Beijing Time) 6th August 2015; 
Webinar 3 (In English): 1:00pm (GMT), or 9:00pm (Beijing Time) 6th August 2015; 
Length: 30 min

Presentation focus: legal background, registration types, data requirements, implementation, experience sharing

Ms. Jane Song, Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, CIRS (in English)
Ms. Grace Ma, Deputy Manager of R&D Department, QSAR Specialist, CIRS (in Chinese)

Language: English & Chinese 
Registration fee: free of charge

About the Presenter

Ms. Jane Song, Senior Regulatory Consultant of Industrial Chemicals Sector, CIRS China

She has been researching chemical regulations in Eastern Asian countries such as Korea, Japan and Taiwan for several years with practical experiences of handling products registrations in these regions. She has helped a number of companies finish new substance registration in China, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines and Japan.

Ms. Grace Ma, Deputy Manager of R&D Department, Engineer, Global Chemical Regulation Senior Technical Consultant, QSAR Specialist

She has been tracking and studying global chemical regulations for more than 7 years, and now she specializes in China MEP Order No.7, Taiwan TCSCA&OSHA, and Non-testing methods (QSAR, READ-ACROSS, etc.). As CIRS’s representative, she directly participated in the revision of the guidance on new substance notification in China. Dozens of QSAR reports authored by her have been accepted by the technical review committee of China MEP and ECHA, which has saved millions of dollars for enterprises. For Taiwan TCSCA and OSHA, she has successfully finished new substance registration for around 20 substances.

 

Who Shall Attend?

  • Foreign companies who want to export chemicals to Taiwan.
  • Regulatory affairs specialists involved with chemicals regulations.
  • Responsible persons in chemical products supply chain.

How to Register:

Please consider your time zone and language to choose one of the three webinars to register, they will have exactly the same contents.

Click the link below to register.

Webinar 1 (In Chinese): 6:00am (GMT) or 2:00 pm (Beijing Time) 6th August 2015;

Webinar 2 (In English): 9:00am (GMT), or 5:00pm (Beijing Time) 6th August 2015;

Webinar 3 (In English): 1:00pm (GMT), or 9:00pm (Beijing Time) 6th August 2015;

After online registration, you will receive a link one day and one hour before the webinar starts. By clicking that link, you shall be able to join our webinar automatically. Please note that space is strictly limited to a maximum of 100 attendees.

Contact Us

Ms. Jane Song, CIRS China Hangzhou CIRS Co. Ltd (CIRS China)
11F Building 1, Dongguan Hi-Tech Park, 288 Qiuyi Road, Binjiang District, Hangzhou 310052, China
Tel: +86-571 8720 6590 | Fax: +86-571 8720 6533
Email: sj@cirs-group.com