Polymers are generally regarded as chemicals with low safety concern due to their high molecular weight (thus less likely to cross bio-membranes). Many countries have specifically defined polymers of low concern (PLC) which benefit from exemption or reduced registration requirements.
In this webinar, relevant topics of polymers will be discussed, including definition of polymers, how to determine if a polymer is PLC or not, how to register a polymer when it doesn’t meet the criteria of PLC, and comparison of current polymer registration requirements in EU, China, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, etc. Comparison of polymer registrations and strategies on how to register polymers in different regions shall also be included in the webinar.
Time(GMT+8, Beijing Time)
- Definition of polymers in OECD and PLC in different regions
- Registration requirements of PLC in different regions
- Registration requirement of non-PLC in different regions
- Comparison of polymer registrations and strategies on how to register polymers in different regions
Rita Zhang, Senior Chemical Regulatory Consultant from CIRS
Rita graduated from Illinois Institute of Technology, with a Master of Science degree in Biology. She focuses on chemical regulatory affairs in EU, China, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, and other Asian Pacific countries. Rita has provided practical advice for dozens of foreign companies to meet regulatory compliance requirements in these regions.
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