GHS in Asia Pacific: Status Quo and Differences

FREE
Alex Zhao, Carmen Yuan, Icey Nan
Tuesday , 21st Jul 2020
REACH24H
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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.

Contents

-      Origin & Content of GHS

-      Implementation of GHS in Asia Pacific

-      Strategies of Coping with GHS in Asia Pacific


Contact Information

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Speaker
  • GHS Regulatory Consultant
    Alex graduated from Beijing University of Chemical Technology, with a Master's degree in Chemistry. He is experienced with the GHS compliance work in many countries and provided regulatory compliance service for over 1,000 enterprises, including the chemicals classification, SDS and labelling.
  • Regulatory Consultant
    Ms. Yuan has been focusing on the latest developments in GHS implementation, hazardous chemical registration and new chemical notification in the Chinese mainland and new, and existing and new chemical registration in Taiwan. She has rich experience in coping with global chemical regulations and can provide effective regulatory compliance solutions for Japanese enterprises.
  • Regulatory Consultant
    Ms. Nan graduated from Hunan University with a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. With more than 4 years of research and compliance practice experience in domestic and international chemical management regulations and years of laboratory testing experience, she is now focusing on the compliance response of global GHS, hazardous chemicals notification/identification/registration, 24-hour emergency response phone number and transport of dangerous goods. Meanwhile, she has accumulated rich experience in SDS/label preparation, and delivered multiple training sessions on Chinese regulations concerning GHS and transport of dangerous goods upon the invitation of enterprises.