REACH24H: Your Safety advisor for Hazardous Materials
The safety management of hazardous materials has been increasingly both a priority and a challenge. REACH24H Consulting Group provides hazardous materials services as a safety advisor, with an aim of helping companies cope with the stringent regulatory and practical requirements in this regard — both within and outside of China's borders.
Chinese mainland
Get Ready for Hazchem Traceability Code Application in Shanghai
To enhance the digital and intelligent management of hazardous chemicals, the Ministry of Emergency Management of China introduced the “One enterprise, One chemical product, One QR code” policy. It has gained significant attention in the global supply chain. Currently, pilot provinces and cities are studying their pilot projects based on local conditions. Guangdong, designated by the State in 2021, was the first province to pilot this policy. Drawing from Guangdong’s experience, Shanghai has initiated a pilot project - the Hazchem Traceability Code System, aiming to facilitate the tracking of Hazchem information and enable monitoring of Hazchem business operations throughout the whole supply chain.In this webinar, we will navigate Shanghai's pilot project landscape and present specific compliance strategies for different types of companies.Notes:Please feel free to send us questions before, during or after the webinar;The presentation slides and recording video will be uploaded to this webpage after the webinar;If you can't attend the live webinar, register anyway and we will send you the webinar materials as soon as they're available.
$99
A Look Back at 2023 with ChemLinked: Chemical Regulatory Updates in China
2023 has been an eventful year for the chemical industry, marked by notable advancements and regulatory changes. Governments and international organizations have taken proactive measures to enhance safety and transparency in the industry, resulting in the implementation of new regulations and policies governing chemical management. This has led to a shift in compliance requirements for companies operating in the sector, presenting both challenges and opportunities for growth.Notably, Chinese mainland has made notable strides in prioritizing scientific, digital, and intelligent chemical management. Initiatives such as the chemical information investigation targeting thousands of chemicals and the adoption of UN GHS Rev.8 for chemical classification through the draft GB 30000.1 have showcased significant progress in the Chinese mainland. Additionally, Taiwan, China has upgraded the Environmental Protection Administration to a full-scale Ministry of Environment to respond to higher priority being placed on pressing environmental challenges. Several guidance documents on chemical registration, risk assessment and the use of predictive toxicology data have been published to facilitate the implementation of Taiwan REACH.To help businesses stay informed and navigate the dynamic regulatory landscape, ChemLinked is thrilled to present the “2023 Chemical Recap” webinar series, which includes three individual webinars. You can acquire all three webinars at a packaged price of $399. Please feel free to contact us at chemical@chemlinked.com for more details. The agenda of the webinar series is as follows:SeriesCovered marketDateSingle webinar feePackaged fee1ChinaJanuary 22, 2024$159$ 3992Asia PacificJanuary 23, 2024$1593Europe and North AmericaJanuary 24, 2024$159Notes:Please feel free to send us questions before, during or after the webinar;The presentation slides and recording video will be uploaded to this webpage after the webinar;If you can't attend the live webinar, register anyway and we will send you the webinar materials as soon as they're available.
$159
New Inspection Mode of Imported Hazardous Chemicals in China
* Notes:The materials of this webinar are FREE to our Premium Members, including video recording, PPT and Q&A collection.To standardize the operational requirements for the inspection and prevent false declaration and concealment, the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC) decided to reform inspection and pilot in Shanghai first. Shanghai Customs initialized this new inspection mode - "Document Review + Port Inspection or Destination Inspection" for imported hazardous substances on December 1 of 2022, and Guangzhou Customs piloted it subsequently from January 16 of 2023. Given the pilot experience and promising achievement, the GACC decided to roll out this new inspection mode nationwide.By GACC Announcement No. 29 of 2023 issued on April 7, 2023, the GACC decided to roll out new inspection mode nationwide from April 13, 2023. The customs will determine the operation locations and proportions to carry out inspections according to their properties and packaging types. To help enterprises gain a more accurate and comprehensive understanding of the latest compliance requirements for the import declaration of hazardous substances in China, this webinar will provide an in-depth interpretation of this new inspection mode.
$99
A Look back at 2022 with ChemLinked: Global Chemical Regulation Updates
* Notes:Early Bird (deadline Dec 31, 2022): $399General Admission: $499Clients who purchase the webinar can access the materials (slides + video) free of charge. This webinar is FREE to our premium members, but registration is required. You can upgrade to ChemLinked premium member to attend the webinar and obtain the materials for free.In 2022, a great number of significant regulatory changes have taken place globally. More and more cities in the Chinese mainland are piloting the Hazchem QR code application to push forward the "One enterprise, one chemical product, and one QR code" management. Taiwan, China revised the Toxic and Concerned Chemical Substances Labelling and SDS. South Korea finalized the Regulation on Designation, etc. of Substances subject to Authorization. The UK extends submission deadlines for transitional registrations. Japan, ASEAN countries, Australia, EU, US and Canada have also undergone several regulatory updates.Global chemical stakeholders need to stay vigilant about the frequent regulatory changes, so as to effectively address compliance challenges and aim for great success while shouldering their social responsibilities. Therefore, ChemLinked has prepared this webinar to provide an overview of the revised and emerging chemical regulations in the Asia-Pacific region, Europe and North America over the year, and help our clients analyze key regulatory points.
$499
MEE Order No. 12: Supervision Cases and Practical Experience Sharing
Effective from January 1, 2021, Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of New Chemical Substances (MEE Order No. 12) has been strictly enforced by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of the P. R. China. In particular, a new pollutant control action plan issued by the General Office of the State Council on May 4, 2022 stipulates that more efforts are needed to manage, register and supervise new chemical substances entering China by putting in place a national-local law enforcement mechanism, highlighting the role of chemical management and registration in preventing potential pollutants.This webinar will interpret the supervision trend by offering specific cases of on-site inspections, and provide guidance on how to fulfill the post-registration obligations. Meanwhile, utilizing REACH24H's enriched practical experience, we will also analyze the difficulties commonly encountered by enterprises during registration, e.g., the polymer notification and the simplified registration, hoping to help enterprises better cope with compliance work.
$99
Hazardous Chemical Registration System Upgrade and "One Enterprise, One Chemical Product, and One QR Code" Application
In order to strengthen the safety management of hazardous chemicals and prevent and reduce hazardous chemical accidents, on January 5, 2022, the Work Safety Committee of the State Council issued a notice (Safety Committee [2021] No. 12) on the National Program for Centralized Management of Safety Risks of Hazardous Chemicals.The program proposes to improve the digital and intelligent management and control of dangerous chemical safety risks. The Ministry of Emergency Management is responsible for promoting the upgrading of the chemical registration system, adding the function for the standardization of SDS and labeling, expanding the scope of registration of chemical and pharmaceutical enterprises, implementing "one enterprise, one chemical product, and one QR code" management for each hazardous chemicals of enterprises, and providing basic support for the efficient hazard information transfer and the the whole life cycle supervision of hazardous chemicals.The new hazardous chemical registration system was officially launched on February 16, 2022.
$99
Observe the Supervision of Imported and Exported Hazardous Chemicals in China
The supervision of imported and exported hazardous chemicals is an important part of national quality management. On December 18, 2020, the General Administration of Customs issued GACC Announcement No. 129 of 2020: Announcement on Questions Regarding the Inspection on Imported and Exported Hazardous Chemicals and Their Packaging. The announcement would come into effect on January 10, 2021, and the original AQSIQ announcement No. 30, 2012 would be abolished at the same time.In recent years, influenced by the changes in the global economic and trade situation, the requirements of Customs for hazardous chemicals supervision have become the focus of international enterprises. This webinar will focus on regulations and policies of China's imported and exported hazardous chemicals. Besides, we focus on the core content of the current official regulatory inspection: SDS/Label and packaging of dangerous goods, to help enterprises effectively deal with the increasingly stringent imported and exported regulatory situation.
$99
Interpretation of China GHS and Hazardous Chemical Registration Management
In this webinar, we will interpret the principles and norms of hazardous chemicals classification, and introduce the methods of hazardous chemicals identification. In addition, the key points for the preparation of SDS and GHS label will be emphasized to help enterprise guarantee the transfer of hazard information.
$99
Interpret Guidelines for Road Transport of Dangerous Goods in LQ and EQ (English Translation Free for Paid Registrants)
Free members can access BOTH the webinar and English translation of the Guidelines by paying USD 199Premium members can attend the webinar for free and access English translation of the Guidelines by paying USD 99Chinese session free to all! Click here to Join it!In late 2020, China released the long-awaited Guidelines for Road Transport of Dangerous Goods Packed in Excepted Quantities and Limited Quantities, to facilitate the implementation of the exemption system for dangerous goods packed LQ and EQ, which was introduced in the Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods. This webinar will elaborate on detailed specifications and requirements laid out in the Guidelines, so as to help businesses have a better understanding of the system and ensure regulatory compliance in relevant practices.
$199
A Look back at 2020 with ChemLinked: Chemical Regulation Updates
This webinar is FREE to all, but registration is required. Only our premium members can access the materials (slides + video) free of charge. 2020 is finally over. This year, despite being largely defined by Covid-19, has witnessed the endeavors of countries worldwide fleshing out and improving their institutional and practical arrangements for chemical regulation. From the overhauled paradigm of new chemical registration in China, through the revised GHS regulation of South Korea, to the final rounds of supplementation to Vietnam's National Chemical Inventory, steadfast efforts are devoted amid the pandemic to make the world a better place with the well-regulated use of chemicals.ChemLinked Chemical Portal invites you to join us for a livestreamed look back at the chemical regulatory updates in the Asia Pacific region throughout the year, in which we will analyze and explain these changes and their impacts. You will also get to know what to expect regulatory-wise as we move to 2021.
$299
Small Packaging Exemptions in Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
The transport of dangerous goods with low hazards and in small quantities, such as aerosols and disinfectants, has always been a topic of heated discussion in the industry. If such goods can be transported using reliable and durable packages or following certain conditions, they will pose much fewer dangers.A highlight in the Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods is the introduction of the small packging exemption system.This webinar will focus on road transport of dangerous goods packed in excepted quantities (EQ) and limited quantities (LQ), and clarifies relevant transport requirements and exemption measures.
$99
Interpretation of Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
All the webinar materials, including the presentation slides and the video have been uploaded. For Chinese session, please click here to access the materials. In November 2019, the China MOT, together with five other agencies, jointly issued the official version of the Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods, which is set to take effect starting from January 1, 2020. As the first document providing systematic rules on the whole process of road transport of dangerous goods, the Measures is expected to profoundly transform the industry. It specifies the obligations of various parties engaged in road transport of dangerous goods, provides criteria for technical conditions, sets forth the regulatory responsibilities of different authorities and makes clear penalties against any violations.This webinar will navigate you through key points in the Measures and provide you with compliance suggestions.►All ChemLinked users have free access to the webinar live, but only ChemLinked corporate and standard members and registrants of the webinar can access subsequent materials (including video and PPT) free of charge.
$129
Shipment of Dangerous Goods under JT/T 617
All the webinar materials, including the presentation slides and the video have been uploaded. For Chinese session, please click here to access the materials. JT/T617-2018, Regulations Concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods, has prompted an immediate and strong reaction in the field of road transport of dangerous goods since it went into effect on December 1, 2018. This standard provides enterprises working on road transport of dangerous goods with significant technical instructions in terms of classification, packaging, consignment, loading and unloading procedures, transport handling of dangerous goods, etc. In this webinar, we will focus on interpretation of shipper's responsibilities, and compare them with those specified in ADR.
$159
An Overview of Exemptions from JT/T 617
All the webinar materials, including the presentation slides and the video have been uploaded. For Chinese session, please click here to access the materials. JT/T617-2018, Regulations Concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods, has prompted an immediate and strong reaction in the field of road transport of dangerous goods since it went into effect on December 1, 2018. This standard provides enterprises working on road transport of dangerous goods with significant technical instructions in terms of classification, packaging, consignment, loading and unloading procedures, transport handling of dangerous goods, etc. Meanwhile, the exemption system that has been introduced into this standard also has a positive impact on manufacturers and transporters of dangerous goods: it not only ensures the safe road transport of dangerous goods, but also improves transport efficiency and reduces logistics costs for consignment of dangerous goods. In this webinar, we will focus on interpretation of the exemption system and provide compliance suggestions for customers based on case studies.
$159
Preparing for JT/T 617: Updated Regulation on Road Transport of Dangerous Goods in China
All the webinar materials, including the presentation slides and the video have been uploaded. For Chinese session, please click here to access the materials. Road transportation of dangerous goods plays a very important role in China's chemical industry. Undoubtedly, the safety management of road transportation of dangerous goods is of extreme significance. China MOT recently released JT/T 617-2018 the Regulations concerning road transportation of dangerous goods, which has drawn great attention from the industry.In this webinar, we will interpret JT/T 617, summarize the key points for road transportation of dangerous goods in China and compare it with the EU ADR to help enterprises improve road transport safety and remove compliance hurdles.
$159
Inspection and Supervision of Import and Export of Hazardous Chemicals in China
Inspection and supervision of import and export hazardous chemicals is not only an important part of national quality management, but also a part of national security work. General Secretary Xi Jinping put forward in the report of the 19th CPC National Congress: “Establish the concept of safety development, carry forward the idea of life first and safety first, improve the public safety system, improve the safety production responsibility system and resolutely curb serious security incidents", pointing the way for the safety management of hazardous chemicals in the new era.After the Tianjin Port incident, the domestic supervision of the import and export of hazardous chemicals becomes much stricter. This webinar will interpret the No. 30 announcement of the AQSIQ in 2012, summarize the key points for the regulation of import and export of hazardous chemicals and combine the data of recent years and actual cases to help enterprises better cope with import and export supervision.
$129
Management of Hazardous Waste in China
The management of hazardous waste in China is becoming a more and more important topic as the central government has been putting a lot of effort in the regulation on the hazardous chemicals and the improvement of the environmental quality. The latest version of the Inventory of Hazardous Wastes was published in March 2016. The new version became effective on Aug 1st 2016 and included significant changes compared to its predecessor, the 2008 version. However, industry has encountered some problems relating to the implementation of the Inventory. So ChemLinked invited Ms. Amy Tu to give our readers a comprehensive introduction to the management of hazardous waste in China.
$99
Physical Hazard Identification and Classification for Chemicals in China
Chinese State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS) published the Measures on the Management of Physical Hazard Identification and Classification for Chemicals (SAWS Order 60) in 2013, and required chemicals with unknown hazards to be identified by accredited institutions and by applying test methods in relevant national or industrial standards. The identification and classification system was further completed recently as SAWS announced the first batch of 11 qualified laboratories and published the Catalogue of Substances Exempted from Physical Hazards Identification and Classification. This webinar will present a detailed introduction to the key points of the identification and classification for chemicals and provide practical compliance suggestions for the industry.
$99
Have Your Say on China’s Draft Regulation on Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
The second draft of “Measures for the Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods” is undergoing public consulation until July 28, 2016. The webinar aims at informing stakeholders of the forthcoming regulatory change, and in the meanwhile welcomes your opinions and questions related to road transport in China.
FREE
Understanding China’s Hazchem Inventory and Associated Requirements
This webinar will provide a 30-min live Q&A session in the form of panel discussion and allows you to have all questions answered by REACH24H experts.
FREE
Waterway Transportation of Dangerous Goods in China
The freight volume of dangerous goods imported and exported has been soaring, bringing with it the numerous pitfalls and potential risk in transport of dangerous goods. Among all the various means of transportation, waterway transport takes up the largest share and also presents relatively higher risks. China's government has updated or formulated related regulations and standards in line with international codes to ensure the dangerous goods are properly packaged, marked, labeled, etc.This webinar will address matters from a perspective of Chinese authority and provide understanding and actionable guidance surrounding the emerging regulatory challenges across the waterway transport of China dangerous goods.
FREE
Get fully prepared for new GBs on China GHS
China has implemented Global Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) since 2008 by adopting the 2nd revision of UN GHS. The implementation is progressing slowly but surely with a batch of national standards concerning classification, labelling and hazard communication updated or newly formulated to conform with the 4th revision of UN GHS. The most important ones are GB/T 17519-2013 (SDS compilation guidance) and GB 30000 series (rules for classification and labelling).
FREE
2013 China HazChem Registration
The release of the revised “Measures on the Administration of Hazardous Chemicals Registration” (SAWS Order 53) is expected to cast a widespread impact on the industry. For the first time, registration obligations have been extended to importers. Nevertheless, the practical compliance of these updates and compliance with these new requirements are not clear for the industry in terms of the registration scope and registration requirements and procedures.ChemLinked have gathered an expert panel to navigate the affected companies in this dynamic regulatory environment in China and share pragmatic compliance tips in the absence of a series of to-be-published supporting documents and the revised Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals.
FREE
Practical Experience for Road Transport of Dangerous Goods in LQ and EQ in China
This webinar mainly presents regulatory requirements for road transport of dangerous goods packed in LQ and EQ in China, along with some practical case studies for further clarification.
Special Provisions for Road Transport of Lithium Battery in China
This webinar aims to interpret special provisions for road transport of lithium battery in China, as well as how businesses can leverage the special provisions in their practices.
Regulation Released on Implemented on Price
T/CCSAS 048-2023 Technical specification for selection of electronic labels for hazardous chemicals Dec 25, 2023 Dec 25, 2023
$159
T/CCSAS 047-2023 Technical specification for coding and labeling of hazardous chemicals Dec 25, 2023 Dec 25, 2023
$199
GB 12268-20XX List of Dangerous Goods (Draft) Mar 01, 2023
$299
GB 15603-2022 General Rules for the Hazardous Chemicals Warehouse Storage Dec 29, 2022 Jul 01, 2023
$199
List of Dangerous Goods for Air Transport (2021) Mar 22, 2021 Mar 22, 2021
$99
Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safety of Hazardous Chemicals (Draft) Feb 03, 2021
$699
Guidelines for Road Transport of Dangerous Goods Packed in Excepted Quantities and Limited Quantities Dec 30, 2020 Dec 30, 2020
$199
GACC Announcement No. 129 of 2020: Announcement on Questions Regarding the Inspection on Imported and Exported Hazardous Chemicals and Their Packaging Dec 18, 2020 Jan 10, 2021
$99
Safety Technical Specifications for Commercial Vehicle Carrying Dangerous Goods (JT/T 1285-2020) Feb 28, 2020 Apr 01, 2020 -
China Inventory of Severely Restricted Toxic Chemicals (2020) Dec 30, 2019 Jan 01, 2020
$49
MOT Order 42 of 2019 Provisions on the Road Transport of Dangerous Goods Nov 28, 2019 Nov 28, 2019
$370
Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods Nov 28, 2019 Jan 01, 2020
$399
China’s List of Hazardous Chemicals Prohibited from Inland Waterway Transport (2019) May 24, 2019 May 24, 2019
$149
China GB 18218-2018 Identification of Major Hazard Installations for Hazardous Chemicals Nov 19, 2018 Mar 01, 2019
$259
JT/T617.5-2018 Regulations concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods- Part 5: Consignment Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$299
JT/T617.1-2018 Regulations concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods- Part 1: General Provisions Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$299
JT/T617.6-2018 Regulations concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods- Part 6: Provisions concerning the Conditions of Carriage, Loading, Unloading and Handling Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$239
JT/T617.7-2018 Regulations concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods- Part 7: Transport Conditions and Operational Requirements Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$199
JT/T 617.2-2018 Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$799
JTT 617.3 2018 Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$299
JT/T 617.4-2018 Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$799
JT/T 617-2018 Regulations Concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Part 1~Part 7) Aug 29, 2018 Dec 01, 2018
$1499
Provisions on the Safety Supervision and Administration of Ships Carrying Dangerous Goods (MOT decree No. 11 of 2018) Jul 31, 2018 Sep 15, 2018 -
Notice on Issuing the Inventory of Severely Restricted Toxic Chemicals in China (2018) Dec 20, 2017 Jan 01, 2018
$200
Guidance for the Implementation of China 2015 Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals (Trial) Aug 19, 2015
$626
China RoHS 2: Administrative Measures on the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products (Consultation Draft) May 18, 2015
$120
China Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals (2015) Feb 27, 2015 May 01, 2015
$200
China GB/T 17519 - 2013 Guidance on the compilation of safety data sheet for chemical products Sep 06, 2013 Jan 31, 2014
$429
Measures on the Management of Physical Hazard Identification and Classification for Chemicals (China SAWS Order 60) Jul 10, 2013 Sep 01, 2013
$128
AQ 3047-2013 The Rule of Precautionary Label for Chemicals in Workplace Jun 08, 2013 Oct 01, 2013
$119
GHS Implementation Manual in china May 31, 2013
$98
Use Quantities Standard for Hazardous Chemicals (2013) Apr 19, 2013 Apr 19, 2013
FREE
China MEP Notice 20 of 2013: 12th Five-Year Plan on Environmental Risk Control of Chemicals Feb 02, 2013 Feb 02, 2013
$245
SAWS Order 57: Measures for the Administration of Hazardous Chemicals Safe Use Permit (2012) Nov 06, 2012 May 01, 2013
FREE
Operating License for Hazardous Chemicals in Shanghai Oct 22, 2012 Oct 22, 2012
$61
Provisions on Administration of Domestic Waterways Transportation (State Council Decree No. 676) Oct 13, 2012 Jan 01, 2013 -
MEP Order 22: Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of Hazardous Chemicals (Trial) Oct 10, 2012 Mar 01, 2013
$184
China GB 28644.1-2012 Excepted Quantities and Packing Requirements of Dangerous Goods Jul 31, 2012 Dec 01, 2012
$282
Measures for the Administration of Hazardous Chemicals Registration (SAWS Order 53 of 2012) Jul 01, 2012 Aug 01, 2012
$123
GB 28480 - 2012 Adornment- Provision for limit of baneful elements Jun 29, 2012 May 01, 2013
FREE
GB 6944-2012 Classification and code of dangerous goods May 01, 2012 Dec 01, 2012
$199
China GB 28644.2-2012 Limited Quantities and Packing Requirements of Dangerous Goods Jul 31, 2010 Dec 01, 2010
$230
General Specifications for Transport Packages of Dangerous Goods (GB 12463-2009) Jun 21, 2009 May 01, 2010 -
Packing Symbol of Dangerous Goods (GB 190-2009) Jun 21, 2009 May 01, 2010 -
Safety Code for Inspection of Packaging of Dangerous Goods Transported by Road (GB 19269-2009) Jun 21, 2009 May 01, 2010 -
China GB 15258-2009 General rules for preparation of precautionary labeling Jun 21, 2009 May 01, 2010
$245
China GB 13690-2009 General rules for the classification and hazard communication of chemicals Jun 21, 2009 May 01, 2010
$245
China GB 18218-2009 Identification of Major Hazard Installations for Hazardous Chemicals Mar 31, 2009 Dec 01, 2009
$61
Occupational Exposure Limits for Hazardous Agents in the Workplace Apr 12, 2007 Nov 01, 2007
$184
Vehicle Mark for Road Transportation Dangerous Goods (GB 13392-2005) Apr 22, 2005 Aug 01, 2005 -
Road Transport Regulations of the People's Republic of China (State Council Decree No. 666) Apr 30, 2004 Jul 01, 2004 -
Civil Aviation Law of the People's Republic of China Oct 30, 1995 Mar 01, 1996 -
Standards for Transport of Lithium Batteries by Air (MH/T 1020-2018) -
AQSIQ Announcement No. 30 of 2012: Announcement on Questions Regarding the Inspection on Imported and Exported Hazardous Chemicals and Their Packaging Feb 29, 2012
$49
GB 30000.1-xxxx Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals— Part 1: General specifications (Draft)
$399
GB 6944-202X Classification and code of dangerous goods (Draft)
$219
Regulations on Safety Supervision and Management of Dangerous Goods Railway Transport
$399
Notice on Promoting Information Management of Hazardous Chemicals Storage and Dangerous Goods Loading and Unloading Based on “One Enterprise, One Chemical Product, One QR Code”
$99
MOT Order 13 of 2023 Provisions on the Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
$319
GB 30000.1—xxxx Rules for classification and labelling of chemicals—Part 1: General specifications (Draft for Approval )
$399
FAQs | Shanghai Hazchem Pilot Project for Deployment of One Enterprise, One Chemical Product, One QR Code Policy
$179
JT/T 617.5-2018 (Consolidated version)
$299
JT/T 617.1-2018 (Consolidated version)
$299
JT/T 617.6-2018 (Consolidated version)
$239
JT/T 617.2-2018 (Consolidated version)
$799
JT/T 617.3-2018 (Consolidated version)
$299
JT/T 617.4-2018 (Consolidated version)
$799
JT/T 617-2018 Regulations Concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Part 1~Part 7) (Consolidated version updated on May 7, 2024)
$1499
Other Countries/Regions
A Look Back at 2023 with ChemLinked: Chemical Regulatory Updates in Europe and North America
2023 has been an eventful year for the chemical industry, marked by notable advancements and regulatory changes. Governments and international organizations have taken proactive measures to enhance safety and transparency in the industry, resulting in the implementation of new regulations and policies governing chemical management. This has led to a shift in compliance requirements for companies operating in the sector, presenting both challenges and opportunities for growth.2023 has been a landmark year with an initiative to revise the EU CLP and introduce new hazard classes for substances. REACH completeness check rules were revised based on latest REACH Annexes VII-XI information requirements. Meanwhile we saw the much-anticipated EU's PFAS restriction proposal. In the UK, the registration deadlines of UK REACH extended to 2026, 2028 and 2030 depending on tonnage band and hazard classification. In the United States, the EPA proposed amendments to the new chemicals procedural regulations under TSCA, dedicated to revise risk assessment methods and achieved notable advancements in the regulation of high-priority chemicals such as PFAS, PBT substances, and flame retardants. In Canada, the Bill S-5 become law mid-year, bringing substantial change to the Canadian CEPA.To help businesses stay informed and navigate the dynamic regulatory landscape, ChemLinked is thrilled to present the “2023 Chemical Recap” webinar series, which includes three individual webinars. You can acquire all three webinars at a packaged price of $399. Please feel free to contact us at chemical@chemlinked.com for more details. The agenda of the webinar series is as follows:SeriesCovered marketDateSingle webinar feePackaged fee1ChinaJanuary 22, 2024$159$ 3992Asia PacificJanuary 23, 2024$1593Europe and North AmericaJanuary 24, 2024$159 Notes:Please feel free to send us questions before, during or after the webinar;The presentation slides and recording video will be uploaded to this webpage after the webinar;If you can't attend the live webinar, register anyway and we will send you the webinar materials as soon as they're available.
$159
A Look Back at 2023 with ChemLinked: Chemical Regulatory Updates in Asia Pacific
2023 has been an eventful year for the chemical industry, marked by notable advancements and regulatory changes. Governments and international organizations have taken proactive measures to enhance safety and transparency in the industry, resulting in the implementation of new regulations and policies governing chemical management. This has led to a shift in compliance requirements for companies operating in the sector, presenting both challenges and opportunities for growth.Throughout the Asia-Pacific region, numerous regulatory updates and hot topics have emerged, shaping the industry's landscape, including regulatory trends, upcoming changes, and key issues that are anticipated to arise in 2024 and beyond. Notably, Japan broadened and revamped the lists of mandatory SDS and label substances under the ISHL. South Korea will update the tonnage band for new chemical registration and simplify requirements for test data submission through K-REACH revision. India mandated the IUPAC name and CAS number for chemical import declarations and launched its chemical inventory platform. More countries, including the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, and New Zealand have also undergone several regulatory updates, further enhancing chemical safety and compliance within their respective jurisdictions.To help businesses stay informed and navigate the dynamic regulatory landscape, ChemLinked is thrilled to present the “2023 Chemical Recap” webinar series, which includes three individual webinars. You can acquire all three webinars at a packaged price of $399. Please feel free to contact us at chemical@chemlinked.com for more details. The agenda of the webinar series is as follows:SeriesCovered marketDateSingle webinar feePackaged fee1ChinaJanuary 22, 2024$159$ 3992Asia PacificJanuary 23, 2024$1593Europe and North AmericaJanuary 24, 2024$159 Notes:Please feel free to send us questions before, during or after the webinar;The presentation slides and recording video will be uploaded to this webpage after the webinar;If you can't attend the live webinar, register anyway and we will send you the webinar materials as soon as they're available.
$159
Emerging Chemical Regulations in Latin America
It is a pivotal time for the chemical regulatory landscape in Latin America. The region is moving beyond the rules for regulated products into adoption of new EU-inspired requirements that will impact industrial substances – in some cases for the first time. Chile, Colombia, and most recently Peru have now adopted their framework REACH-inspired regulations... and Brazil’s well-developed Bill is moving through Congress. What does all this mean for the foreign chemical manufacturer? Market access is going to be complicated by the new structures. With deadlines looming, now is the time to get your chemical registration house in order for Latin America.Notes:Please feel free to send us questions before, during or after the webinar;The presentation deck and recording video will be uploaded to this webpage after the webinar;The webinar will be held on zoom. 
FREE
Mastering Korea GHS Regulatory Compliance Strategy
On January 15, 2019, the Korean Occupational Safety and Health Act (K-OSHA) underwent revision and was officially signed into law. The new rules related to Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) took effect two years after enactment. On February 15, 2023, the Korean Ministry of Employment and Labor (MoEL) officially revised the Classification, Labeling and MSDS Related Standards of Chemical Substances (MoEL Announcement No. 2023-9) and implemented it immediately.To comply with the updated regulations under the K-OSHA, it is crucial for enterprises exporting products to the Korean market to keep track of the latest updates. In this webinar, we will highlight the key points of navigating the Korea GHS, and provide an in-depth analysis of the MSDS rules under K-OSHA.
$99
Turkey REACH: Understanding KKDIK Registration & Updates
The Turkish Authorities (MoEU) published the expected REACH-like regulation (KKDIK) in the official Gazette of the State on June 23, 2017. There is no requirement for tonnage classification registration in Turkish regulations. All enterprises exporting more than 1 ton/year need to complete registration before December 31, 2023. As the deadline for registration in Turkey is getting closer and closer, this meeting will focus on how to complete the registration in Turkey, enabling enterprises to export to the Turkish market in compliance. Also, this webinar will introduce the current work of formal registration in Turkey REACH, including the requirements and progress of formal registration, strategies, and suggestions on how enterprises should prepare for formal registration, etc.
$99
Spotlight on Korea GHS Regulatory Compliance Strategy - Webinar II: MSDS Submission and CBI Non-disclosure Application
*There are a total of two webinars to be held in June and July in this webinar series. This is Webinar II. If you are interested in the Chinese session, please click here to register.Korea was one of the first countries to implement GHS: in December 2006, the Ministry of Employment and Labour (MoEL) revised OSHA according to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), and proposed MSDS preparation and hazard transmission in Article 41, marking the beginning of the implementation of GHS by MoEL; In 2008, the Ministry of Environment revised TCCA according to the GHS system, and proposed labeling of hazardous chemical substances in Article 16, marking the beginning of the implementation of GHS by the Korean Ministry of Environment as well.On April 8, 2022, the Korea Safety and Health Work Group of MoEL produced and distributed a self-regulatory checklist for chemical manufacturing and importing companies to fulfill the MSDS inspection system, and introduced the self-regulatory inspection measures such as fines will be taken for violations confirmed during the inspection, which symbolize the further strengthening of enforcement of GHS by MoEL. In this webinar, we will take the MSDS inspection system as an opportunity to introduce how to comply with the GHS system in Korea.
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What You Need to Know about Japan GHS Updates
The updated JIS standards related to Japan GHS (JIS Z 7252:2019&JIS Z 7253:2019)  have been now formally enacted from 25th May 2022. These updated versions contain significant changes in Japan GHS classification as well as several changes in hazard communication. This webinar will introduce the latest framework of Chemical Management around GHS in Japan including the updated version of JIS standards and some points to note for companies exporting chemicals to Japan.
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Spotlight on Korea GHS Regulatory Compliance Strategy - Webinar I: Overview and Key Compliance Points
*There are a total of two webinars to be held in June and July in this webinar series. This is Webinar I. Webinar II will be held on July 6, please register here. If you are interested in the Chinese session, please click here to reserve your seat.Korea was one of the first countries to implement GHS: in December 2006, the Ministry of Employment and Labour (MoEL) revised OSHA according to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), and proposed MSDS preparation and hazard transmission in Article 41, marking the beginning of the implementation of GHS by MoEL; In 2008, the Ministry of Environment revised TCCA according to the GHS system, and proposed labeling of hazardous chemical substances in Article 16, marking the beginning of the implementation of GHS by the Korean Ministry of Environment as well.On April 8, 2022, the Korea Safety and Health Work Group of MoEL produced and distributed a self-regulatory checklist for chemical manufacturing and importing companies to fulfill the MSDS inspection system, and introduced the self-regulatory inspection measures such as fines will be taken for violations confirmed during the inspection, which symbolize the further strengthening of enforcement of GHS by MoEL. In this webinar, we will take the MSDS inspection system as an opportunity to introduce how to comply with the GHS system in Korea.
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Latest Interpretation of Korea MSDS Submission and CBI Non-disclosure Application
On January 15 of 2019, the Ministry of Employment and Labor (MoEL) made a comprehensive amendment to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). Compared with the previous act, three new regulations were proposed for MSDS submission, CBI application, and agent appointment will be officially implemented on January 16 of 2021.To clarify issues regarding MSDS submission and CBI application, REACH24H will share our insights in this webinar to help enterprises ensure their regulatory compliance and reduce technical barriers to trade.
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Understanding the Korean Trial IT System for MSDS Submission and CBI Non-disclosure Application
The presentation aims to alert you to an important and imminent deadline around the corner. Consideration for confidential business information (CBI) for hazardous substance ingredient disclosure on safety data sheets (SDS) will require formal submission and approval to MOEL Korea starting January 16, 2021. Companies wishing to maintain non-disclosure of the hazardous substance on the SDS will need further evaluation and extra work prior to placing a product in the Korean market.
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GHS in Asia Pacific: Status Quo and Differences
The 8th revised edition of GHS (known as GHS Rev 8) was published in July 2019. As the most promising chemical market all over the world, the Asia Pacific region has seen tremendous progress made in GHS implementation in recent years. However, the differences in GHS rules and implementation between various countries and regions have made it more difficult for enterprises to comply with relevant regulations. This webinar focuses on the implementation of GHS regulations and standards in a dozen Asia Pacific countries/regions, including China, Japan, South Korea, etc., in a bid to help enterprises ensure their regulatory compliance and reduce technical barriers to trade.
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How to Notify Hazardous Mixtures to Poison Centres
On March 22, 2017, the EU Commission Regulation 2017/542 was adopted to lay out unified Poison Centre Notification (PCN) requirements concerning hazardous mixtures, so that well-clarified and consistent information of such mixtures can be available to all poison centres of EU countries. It amends the regulation concerning classification, labelling, and packaging (CLP) of substances and mixtures (EC Regulation 1272/2008) by adding an Annex on harmonized information relating to emergency health response and requiring the addition of a unique formula identifier (UFI) on the label of hazardous mixtures.The implementation of this regulation shows that the EU will pay more attention to mixture management in the future and relevant measures will become stricter. Although the deadline of PCN requirements for hazardous mixtures for consumer use has been delayed from January 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021, we still recommend that enterprises should prepare for notifications as early as possible. This webinar will introduce the background and latest developments of PCN, as well as strategies for regulatory compliance in this regard.
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Best Practice in Level One Emergency Response
What does best practice in emergency response look like? Join Cefic’s Director of Transport & Logistics, Joost Naessens, BASF Vice President and ICE Network Chairman, Gert Van Bortel, and NCEC Director, Jon Gibbard, for an in-depth exploration of the Level One Emergency Response Guidelines. The webinar will also feature several illustrative case studies to show how the guidelines apply in real world scenarios and the value they add when dealing with an incident. By the end of the webinar, you will have clear take away actions to review and implement. A live question and answer session will take place at the end of the webinar.
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Korea GHS and New MSDS Rules under K-OSHA
All the webinar materials, including the presentation slides and the video have been uploaded. For Chinese session, please click here to access the materials. On January 15, 2019, the amended Occupational Safety and Health Act of Korea (K-OSHA) was officially signed into law. The new MSDS rules in the Act will come into force two years after promulgation. Meanwhile, to inform the implementation of the newly amended Act, its draft implementation rules were released on April 19, 2019 to solicit public comments until June 3 this year. The most important amendments in the Act include the provision of requirements concerning MSDS submission and CBI application as well as the concept of “only representative” (OR).In this webinar, we will elaborate on key points in coping with the Korea GHS system and interpret the new MSDS rules under K-OSHA.
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International Transport of Lithium Batteries
All the webinar materials, including the presentation slides and the video have been uploaded. For Chinese session, please click here to access the materials. With the vigorous development of the new energy automobile industry in recent years, the lithium battery market has witnessed rapid growth. In the meantime, the safety of lithium batteries is gaining the attention of the industry. Besides safe production, the transport of lithium batteries is also an important concern. Due to the particularity of lithium batteries, their air transport and sea/road transport are subject to different regulatory requirements. This webinar will focus on regulatory requirements concerning packaging, labeling, and shipping documents of lithium batteries in air and sea/road transport as well as some special situations.►All ChemLinked users have free access to the webinar live, but only ChemLinked corporate and standard members and registrants of the webinar can access subsequent materials (including video and PPT) free of charge.
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How to Deal With SDS Confidentiality of Business Information in Taiwan
All the webinar materials, including the presentation slides and the video have been uploaded. For Chinese session, please click here to access the materials. Article 18 in Taiwan's Regulations for the labeling and hazard communication of hazardous chemicals states that manufacturers, importers, or suppliers could withhold the disclosure of the name, Chemical Abstract Service No. (CAS No.), concentration, or manufacturer, importer as well as supplier's name of hazardous chemical ingredients in Safety Data Sheet(s) for the necessity of national security or trade secret protection purposes.This webinar will tell those entities with interests in SDS CBI application how to follow the procedures, what stipulations are during application, and which platform and tool are needed.
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European Poison Center Regulations and Emergency Numbers
In this complimentary webinar, NCEC's experts will provide a comprehensive overview of the latest updates concerning the global legal requirements for emergency telephone numbers and European Poison Centre Regulations. This is intended to help the enterprises remain compliant and best prepared to deal with an incident when the worst happens.Backed by over 43 years of experience, the National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) has a comprehensive understanding of all legislation relating to the manufacture, distribution, use, treatment and disposal of chemicals. As such, it is ideally placed to guide its clients through the complicated processes of maintaining regulatory compliance and takes great pleasure in working with REACH24-H to deliver this webinar.
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Management of Hazardous Chemicals in Asia Pacific Regions
With the implementation of the "The Belt and Road Initiatives", China aims to use the historical symbols of the ancient Silk Road, actively develop economic partnership with Asia-Pacific countries . Enterprises are also paying increasing attention to Chinese major trade partners along the "Belt and Road" in Asia-Pacific such as Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and India. When exploring new markets and trade cooperation, enterprises must know the trade market situation and avoid the technical barriers that exist in trade so as to avoid unnecessary losses. For the trend of the hazardous chemicals industry: Asia-Pacific countries and the EU have developed a series of laws and regulations related to hazardous chemicals management. Import and export access of hazardous chemicals is also more stringent. In this webinar, we will interpret the progress in the hazardous chemicals management especially GHS implementation in these Asia-Pacific countries. Help enterprises to better trade cooperation with Asia-Pacific countries. Aim at helping enterprises to more smoothly carry out trade cooperation with the Asia-Pacific countries.
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How to Deal with Confidential Business Information in Asia-Pacific Region
GHS has been widely implemented in many A-P countries and regions. Although the nondisclosure confidential business information (CBI) on SDS is allowed by many of them, requirements distinguish themselves from one another. China's Taiwan requests prior approval by OSHA while Chinese Mainland accepts generic names and concentration ranges as long as hazard information has been shown. Japan and Australia permit distinguished CBI only under certain circumstances. REACH24H will summarize requirements by main A-P countries and provide comprehensive suggestions to companies on protecting CBI in the A-P area. Regarding the CBI issue, the regulation differs greatly when multinational companies try to register the chemical substance in the A-P Rim. In order to avoid disclosing the chemical substance information to downstream users, the roles, such as Only Representative and Third Party Representative are adopted. During the public announcement process, the relevant authorities develop their own systems for handling mandatory information disclosure. What's more, CBI issues also occur in the nomination work, i.e., Thailand Annex 5.6 Notification, Taiwan Phase I Existing Chemical Substance Registration, Vietnam Existing Chemical Substance Nomination, etc.
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NFPA 704: Brief Introduction and Comparison with US GHS
NFPA 704 is a standard for the identification of the hazards of materials for emergency response maintained by the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association). It provides a simple system for the recognition of hazards by using a 4-section diamond with each quadrant being blue, red, yellow and white, respectively.  The meanings of each color are as follows: blue represents health hazards, red represents flammability, yellow represents reactivity and white provides information about special precautions.  Within each quadrant (except the white) is a number from 0 to 4 indicating the degree of risk associated with the material. The higher the number, the higher the risk. As a voluntary label, NFPA 704 labels provides an immediate sense of potential hazards to workers at workplace, such as production facilities, warehouses, storage tanks, and storage sheds.The US has fully implemented revised HCS since June 1st 2016. Employers are now required to be in full compliance, including classification of chemicals, completion of SDS/Label and training of employees.  HCS and NFPA 704 labels both focus on safety at workplace, yet they are quite different from one another. Reach24h hereby offers you briefing on NFPA 704 and comparison with HCS labels to give you a better understanding. 
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Interpretation of GHS Implementation & Compliance in Taiwan
For the requirement of the United Nations that all member states should implement GHS before 2008, Taiwan has implemented GHS in workplace in 4th phase since 2008 . TAIWAN MoL (previously the Council of Labor) has published 3 lists of hazardous chemicals (Total 3,171) subject to mandatory GHS compliance for the most commonly used hazardous chemicals from 2008 to 2013. For other hazardous chemicals, Taiwan GHS entered into force on 1 Jan, 2016. The industry was given a one-year transition period (From 1 Jan, 2016 to 21 Dec, 2016) and those who violate the provisions shall be fined not less than NT $ 30,000 but not more than NT $ 150,000.In view of the widespread use of chemicals, poor management or lack of labor awareness not only will cause fire, explosion or occupational injuries, but also contaminate the ecological environment or lead to food safety issues according to TAIWAN MoL. Regulation of Labelling and Hazard Communication of Hazardous Chemicals is the most important basic information for the chemical management. Therefore, to avoid risks and ensure the smooth progress of trade, MoL calls on upstream, downstream manufacturers and employers who are related with hazardous chemicals to early response to GHS.
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Thailand Chemicals Management: Annex 5.6 Notification & National Inventory
In Feb 2015, Thailand Ministry of Industry (MOI) published a notification stating that manufacturers and importers of chemical substances that meet certain criteria had to notify their substances to the Department of Industrial Works (DIW). The notified substances would be added to the List of Hazardous Substances as Annex 5.6. By gathering notification information, DIW aimed to prepare Thailand's national inventory of existing chemicals.The 1st stage of Annex 5.6 notification will be over soon in the end of this year and many enterprises are still confused about the requirements and progress of the notification and the existing chemicals inventory. This webinar will provide broad and detailed introduction to the notification and the inventory and guide the enterprises to comply with their regulatory obligations.
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India Chemical Regulations & Factories Act – Manufacture, Storage & Import
As a significant country in the sub-continent with a huge market and population, India is playing a more and more important role in the world's chemical industry. However, the chemical control regulations in India have been complicated to comply with. But we do know that India is planning to adopt the UN GHS, while a national chemical policy is also being brewed. This webinar will focus on the Factories Act and other chemical regulations in India and introduce the requirements on the manufacture, storage and import of chemical substances.
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GHS Implementation in Malaysia
Malaysia was among the first group of Asian countries to advocate implementation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). However, it was not until April 17th  2015 that GHS was made a compulsory requirement in the industry workplace sector as a result of the full enforcement of the CLASS Regulation by the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH). In this webinar, senior GHS expert Dr. Goh Choo Ta will shed light on Malaysia's current chemical regulatory framework, industries' necessary actions to meet the updated requirements, the compliance deadlines, as well as the outlook for GHS adoption in other sectors.In this webinar, senior GHS expert Dr. Goh Choo Ta will shed light on Malaysia's current chemical regulatory framework, industries' necessary actions to meet the updated requirements, the compliance deadlines, as well as the outlook for GHS adoption in other sectors.
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GHS in North America and Europe: Key Compliance Strategies and Important Points
Since UN GHS was first implemented in 2003 numerous countries and regions have adopted the system and help shape the current requirements. For example, United States published the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) in 2012. HCS 2012 functions as GHS in the US and will become effective from Jun 1st 2015. Canada also released its own GHS regulation, Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR) on Feb 11th 2015, which will become effective from Jun 1st 2015, too. Interestingly, the implementation of EU CLP on mixtures will also start from the very same day, Jun 1st 2015. Although the GHS regulations in different countries are all based on UN GHS, they are adapted to fit the individual requirements of the domestic industry in each region. For instance, there are 28 hazard classifications in UN GHS and EU CLP while US HCS only adopts 26. These kinds of differences cause significant issues during international trade making understanding of inter-framework compliance a necessity for companies trading globally. 
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GHS Implementation Progress in Asia Pacific Region
This webinar skims over the GHS implementation progress in Asia-Pacific region to enable listeners to grasp the spotlights and is dappled with critical insights elicited from our expert's years' speculation. On the other hand, it serves as inaugural episode for a whole new series of webinar literally focus on chemical regulatory affairs in every individual country in Asia-Pacific region, which expects representatives from relevant authorities to join us as honored speakers from the beginning of 2015. The webinar is part of a bigger scheme of REACH24H, which aims to stave off pervasive multi-linguistic dilemma in SDS authoring and propagate compliance awareness by laying out a fusion of solutions towards all major regulatory obstacles in AP region—the ultimate solution, we believe, can considerably reduce your cost and significantly enhance your performance.
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GHS Implementation Status Quo in Southeast and East Asian Countries
It is well recognized that an internationally harmonized approach to classification of chemicals and hazard communication serves as the foundation of sound chemical management and trade facilitation globally. Currently many Asian countries are implementing GHS guidelines and actively promoting its fundamental tenants. However, the local adaptions of the UN model guidelines, the implementation timelines and the enforcement schemes vary from country to country.This webinar introduces the GHS implementation status quo in the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China's Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.
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How to Comply with Chemical Regulations in Thailand
The Hazardous Chemical Substance Act (B.E. 2535) is one of the two overarching legislations promulgated by Thailand DIW. Since its implementation from 1992, a spectrum of obligations were prescribed for chemicals throughout their supply chain, including notification, registration, Thailand GHS duties, prior inform declaration, etc.  In this webinar, Mr.Napatr Kunachitpimol from AIDA will provide us an overall picture of chemical management in Thailand and detailed explanation of compliance tasks of the industry. 
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How to Comply with Chemical Regulations in Thailand
The Hazardous Chemical Substance Act (B.E. 2535) is one of the two overarching legislations promulgated by Thailand DIW. Since its implementation from 1992, a spectrum of obligations were prescribed for chemicals throughout their supply chain, including notification, registration, Thailand GHS duties, prior inform declaration, etc.  In this webinar, Mr.Napatr Kunachitpimol from AIDA will provide us an overall picture of chemical management in Thailand and detailed explanation of compliance tasks of the industry. 
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What is SCIP Notification and How to Submit a SCIP Dossier
SCIP is the database for information on Substances of Concern in articles as such or in complex objects (products) established under the Waste Framework Directive (WFD). From 5 January 2021, ECHA requires companies supplying articles containing substances of very high concern (SVHCs) on the Candidate List in a concentration above 0.1% weight by weight (w/w) on the EU market to submit information, namely SCIP Notification. The information in SCIP database is then made available throughout the whole lifecycle of products and materials, including at the waste stage. This webinar aims to tell you how to identify the need of SCIP notification and how to submit a SCIP dossier.