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South Korea Consults on Two Standards concerning Household Chemical Products

South Korea proposed revisions to the testing and safety management of household chemical products. So far, K-BPR regulates 13 categories covering 35 kinds of household chemical products. In addition to strengthening safety standards and market surveillance, the authority is prompting companies that manufacture household products to sign a voluntary agreement pledging to produce safer products.

South Korea’s NIER is consulting on draft amendments of two standards[1] concerning the testing and safety management of “household chemical products subject to suitability confirmation” (hereafter referred to as the household chemical products). The public consultation is set to end on Dec 10th, 2019.   

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