Taiwan TCSCA and OSHA Compliance Strategies after the Pre-registration Deadline of March 31st

Shawn Xiang
Wednesday , 20th Apr 2016

As the deadline of March 31 for pre-registration of existing chemical substances in Taiwan comes close, there are increasing concerns over the follow-up implementation of late pre-registration as well as possible punishment for companies failed to complete Phase 1 registration in time. After the application window for grace period of new chemical registration closed on December 31, 2015, a new move taken by Taiwan Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) is the issuance of a 2nd version of Guidance on Scientific Research and Development (SR&D) and Product and Process Orientated Research and Development (PPORD) on March 10, 2016, triggering much confusion among companies over differences between the first and second version.

To address all these concerns, REACH24H Consulting Group will hold three free webinars on April 20 in Chinese, English and Japanese respectively, focusing on “Taiwan TCSCA and OSHA Compliance Strategies after the Pre-registration Deadline of March 31”.

  • Concise Overview of Recent Updates of Taiwan Chemical Management Schemes

  • Critical Checkpoints for Existing Chemical substance Late Pre-registration

  • Critical Checkpoints for New Chemical Substance Registration

  • Explanation of Supervision Priorities and Possible Moves by Taiwan Authorities

  • Possible Impact on the Registrant from Industry Perspectives;

  • Experience Sharing and Pertinent Suggestions from the Perspective of TPR

  • Senior Regulatory Consultant
    Mr. Shawn Xiang is a recognized expert in China REACH, Taiwan TCSCA and Taiwan new & existing chemical registration. He has extensive hands-on experience in data gap analysis, project management, exposure scenario development, etc.