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Taiwan Requires Additional Operational Information on Specific Priority Management Chemicals
Oct 21, 2019
On 12th September 2019, Taiwan Occupational Safety and Health Authority under MoL issued a notice requiring submission of additional operational information from the handling enterprises of 10 designated priority management chemicals. The additional information should be submitted through the online PRochem platform before 15th November 2019. The affected chemicals are shown in Table 1.
Taiwan Issues 572 Priority Management Chemicals under OSHA
Feb 20, 2019
Taiwan’s Occupational Safety and Health Authority under MoL issued in Dec 2018 a list of 572 substances subject to Phase 2 management of “priority management chemicals”, which will come into force on 1 Apr 2019.
Taiwan MoL Consults on a New Batch of Priority Management Chemicals under OSHA
Mar 26, 2018
Taiwan to Update Permissible Exposure Limits for Airborne Hazardous Substances in Workplace
Feb 09, 2018
Malaysia Updates the List of Classified Chemicals
China Consults on the General Specifications (Part 1) of GB 30000
China MEE Approves Amendments to New Chemical Substances Management
China’s Chemical Sector Bears Brunt of Coronavirus Blow
Development of Chemical Management Legislation in Malaysia
Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
China MOT, together with several other agencies, jointly issued the official version of the Measures for Safety Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods on November 25, 2019
2019 Top 10 Chemical Regulatory Updates in Asia-Pacific Region
2019 has been quite a year for the chemical industry of Asia-Pacific region. To recap the most important news of the year, we've put together a list of the top 10 chemical regulatory news in Asia-Pacific region.
China New Chemical
China's new chemical management system is under revision. The revision of MEP Order 7 and its overarching Regulation on Environmental Risk Assessment and Control of Chemical Substances have been notified to the WTO for comments.
The revised K-REACH legislation is a significant deviation from the regulatory mechanisms outlined in the previous version. The amendments came into effect on Jan 1st, 2019, which sets out a plan of registering existing substances over 1 ton per year in the next 12 years.
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