On 1 February 2018, the Current International Regulations of Chemical Substance Management Seminar which is jointly hosted by CIRS and Chemtopia was successfully held. This Seminar mainly focused on hot chemical regulations in China, Europe and Japan and discussed the latest updates of chemical regulations in these countries. Delegates from over 80 enterprises attended the seminar and shared their opinions on how to better deal with the technical trade barriers
During the seminar, Ms. Jane Song from CIRS
gave a speech on EU REACH and related case analysis. As the last registration
deadline under EU REACH is approaching, she reminded that enterprises should prepare
for REACH registration in advance. She also encouraged enterprises to be the
Lead Registrant (LR) for substances without LR and described the advantages of
being a LR.
Ms. Fiona Lv also gave a speech on MEP Order 7th and the amendments to the guidance documents. She gave a detailed introduction on how the amended guidance documents will affect the MEP Order 7th and progress of MEP Order 7th.
Besides, speakers from South Korea also discussed about the protection of CBI in MSDS, the joint-submission under K-REACH, and the current amendments to CCA.
Participants paid great attention to the
supervision of chemicals in China. Many participants consulted the supervision
of hazardous chemicals and new chemical substances in China and CIRS replied to
their questions one by one. Besides, enterprises in South Korea were also
interested in REACH registration.