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Delve into BIS Certification for India: Foreign Manufacturer Certification Scheme (FMCS)

Aman Sharma
Thursday , 25th Apr 2024

The FMCS is a scheme through which the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) grants licenses to foreign manufacturers in accordance with the BIS Act, 2016, and the Bureau of Indian Standards (Conformity Assessment) Regulations, 2018. These licenses are issued for products that comply with relevant Indian Standards. FMCS is compulsory for chemicals for which Quality Control Orders (QCOs) have been published. Presently, 63 chemical QCOs have been implemented, and authorities anticipate the addition of more chemicals to the FMCS list in the near future.

Upon the implementation of the QCO, companies must apply for a license to utilize the BIS Standard Mark for manufacturing, importing, distributing, selling, storing, or displaying these chemicals for sale. Exportation is exempted from QCOs.

This webinar will delineate the scope of BIS licensing, obligations for foreign manufacturers, application procedures for BIS licenses, and labeling & ISI marking requirements for chemical and petrochemical products falling under the BIS mandatory certification Scheme of FMCS.

  • Overview of BIS FMCS

  • Scope of BIS FMCS

  • Reporting Obligations under FMCS

  • ISI Labelling & Marking

  • Latest Chemicals QCOs & Developments

Date Time (GMT+8) World Clock Language
2024-04-25 21:00 ~ 22:00 London: 14:00-15:00 New York: 9:00-10:00 English
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  • Global Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    Mr. Aman Sharma specializes in providing BIS license services to international clients, focusing on regulatory solutions for schemes such as the Foreign Manufacture Certification Scheme (FMCS) and the Compulsory Registration Scheme of Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) India. Additionally, he possesses extensive expertise in various Indian regulatory frameworks, including Hazardous Chemical Regulation (MSIHC), Agrochemicals (Insecticide Act), Cosmetics (Cosmetic Rules, 2020), and Import and Export procedures. With a wealth of knowledge in chemical regulations, he has a proven track record of handling compliance matters and delivering valuable solutions to numerous domestic and international corporations.