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MEE Order No. 12 Webinar Series- Technical Analysis and Practices- Webinar II:Post-registration Obligations, Official Supervision and Analysis of IECSC

$ 159 affiliate publication
Carmen Yuan, Kevin Jiang, Sophie Zheng
Thursday , 23rd Sep 2021

There are a total of three webinars to be held in September and October in this webinar series, and the price per webinar is $159. This is Webinar II. To purchase the discount package of $299 for three webinars, please click here for more information.

Note: This webinar is excluded from Chemlinked anniversary sale promotion from September 1 to September 30.

Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of New Chemical Substances (MEE Order No.12) was implemented on January 1, 2021. It aims to standardize the registration of environmental management of new chemical substances, effectively evaluate and manage possible risks new chemicals might bring to environment in China, so as to protect the ecology, environment and public health. MEE Order No. 12 is the replacement of the former MEP Order No.7. It released the industry's burden from regulatory compliance to a great extent. At the same time, this regulation places more attention to supervision to encourage industries to comply to the regulation more actively, which is also in line with China's current emphasis on regulation. Ever since MEE Order No.12’s implementation, REACH24H has provided technical support to industries and summarized useful skills and tips in practice, based on which we have prepared this webinar series. We are looking forward to your participation.

  • New substance supervision dynamics and trends

  • Introduction and suggestions on obligations after registration

  • IECSC Analysis

  • Common problems and solutions

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  • 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 Affairs Consultant
    Mr. Kevin Jiang is from Asia-Pacific Chemical Registration Department, mainly responsible for the chemical regulatory compliance consulting for China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Australia, and other AP Countries, having been devoted to providing professional compliance advice to companies from all over the world.
  • Senior Technical Specialist
    Ms. Sophie Zheng is mainly responsible for the declaration technology of new chemical substances in China and the registration of chemical regulations in the Philippines. She has many years of experience in the declaration of new chemical substances and has completed many new chemical substance declaration projects and post-declaration obligations in China. She has rich experience in the formulation of declaration strategies, data gap analysis, determination of hazard properties of substances, risk assessment and post-declaration obligations.