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South Korea Requires Submitting Chemical Accident Prevention Management Plan from April 1

South Korea requires chemical accident prevention management plan for handling hazardous chemical substances, which can be graded into two levels according to the types and quantities of hazardous chemical substances handled by each business site.

South Korea’s Ministry of Environment (MoE) implemented the revised Enforcement Rules of Chemical Control Act[1] (CCA) on April 1, 2021, adopting a new reporting system for enterprises handling hazardous chemical substances (MoE news[2]). The previous off-site impact analysis report (for hazardous chemical substances) and risk management plan (only for chemicals requiring preparation for accidents) were integrated into a single chemical accident prevention management plan to avoid overlaps in submitting required information and expedite authority processing time.

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