From NICNAS to AICIS: Australia's Chemical Regulatory Reform

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Mr. Ambroise Wang, Ms. Lancy Chen
Wednesday , 24th Jun 2020
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The Australian National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (NICNAS) was established in 1990 to regulate the notification and assessment of chemicals. The reform of the NICNAS was initiated in 2015. On January 11, 2019, the Australian government announced that, following two delays, the Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS) is scheduled to be implemented starting from July 1, 2020 to replace the NICNAS as an overarching regulatory framework for introduction of industrial chemicals into the country. The reform has undoubtedly brought about significant changes in the management of industrial chemicals in Australia, as well as an impact on enterprises engaged in industrial chemicals activities in the country.
This webinar will navigate you through the transition from NICNAS to AICIS and provide you with insightful regulatory compliance recommendations.

Contents

l  Overview of NICNAS

l  Transition from NICNAS to AICIS

l  Introduction of AICIS

l  Insightful Compliance Recommendations

Contact Information

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  • Tel: +86 (0)571 8700 7591

  • Email: chemical@chemlinked.com

Speaker
  • Regulatory Consultant
    Mr. Wang graduated from Donghua University with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and Engineering. Mr. Wang is committed to following the developments of Australian chemical management regulations. He has rich experience in studying China’s and Australia’s environmental policies and providing environmental compliance strategies to help clients achieve sustainable development.
  • Regulatory Consultant
    Ms. Chen earned her Master’s degree in Organic Chemistry from Zhejiang University of Technology. Ms. Chen has more than 3 years’ experience in chemical registration/notification in Australia, China, Taiwan area and other regions. With rich experience in enterprises’ compliance, she has provided professional compliance services for many enterprises.