How to Notify Hazardous Mixtures to Poison Centres

FREE
Icey Nan, Nora Wang
Wednesday , 4th Mar 2020
REACH24H Consulting Group China
Background

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.

Contents

- Overview of Poison Centre Notification
- How to Comply with PCN Requirements 
- Difficulties in Compliance and Developments of PCN

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Schedule
Date Time (GMT+8) World Clock Language
2020-03-04 10:00 ~ 11:00 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Mar 3) US Central Time
3:00 AM - 4:00 AM Brussels/Paris
Chinese
21:30 ~ 22:30 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM US Central Time
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Brussels/Paris
English
Contact Information

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Speaker
  • 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.
  • ChemLinked Editor
    She oversees real-time content gathering and production and focuses on changes in chemicals regulations in the Asia Pacific region.