Korea GHS and New MSDS Rules under K-OSHA

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Chris Zhao
Tuesday , 29th Oct 2019
REACH24H Consulting Group China
Background

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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.

Contents
1. Key points in Korea GHS
  • Competent authorities

  • Legislative system

  • Essentials in coping with GHS (Classification, labeling and MSDS)

2. Overview of amendments to OSHA regulations

  • Submission of MSDS

  • CBI application

  • Concept of OR

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Speaker
  • Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    Mr. Chris Zhao graduated from Zhejiang University of Technology with a master's degree in pharmaceutics and now engages in consultancy for global classification and labeling of chemicals. He has rich experience in chemical registration and has provided chemical regulatory compliance services for over 100 enterprises. He is expert in classification and MSDS/label preparation and runs training programs on GHS and hazardous chemical regulations for international companies.