Thailand Chemicals Management: Annex 5.6 Notification & National Inventory

Matt Lyu
Thursday , 17th Nov 2016
REACH24H Consulting Group China

In Feb 2015, Thailand Ministry of Industry (MOI) published a notification stating that manufacturers and importers of chemical substances that meet certain criteria had to notify their substances to the Department of Industrial Works (DIW). The notified substances would be added to the List of Hazardous Substances as Annex 5.6. By gathering notification information, DIW aimed to prepare Thailand's national inventory of existing chemicals.

The 1st stage of Annex 5.6 notification will be over soon in the end of this year and many enterprises are still confused about the requirements and progress of the notification and the existing chemicals inventory. This webinar will provide broad and detailed introduction to the notification and the inventory and guide the enterprises to comply with their regulatory obligations.

  • Introduction to the Hazardous Substance Control Act B.E.2535 (HSCA)

  • Introduction to Annex 5.6 notification

  • Introduction to the national existing chemical substances inventory

  • Regulatory Consultant / ChemLinked Editor
    With a background in chemical engineering, Mr. Matt Lyu now focuses on the research of policies and regulations in regards to the environmental protection and hazardous chemicals safety management. As an EHS regulatory consultant, he helps chemical enterprises with best EHS compliance practices in China to survive the rigorous environmental protection obligations. As an editor in ChemLinked chemical portal, he provides essential intelligence with accurate and in-depth reports to help global chemical industry understand their changing compliance duties in Asia Pacific area.