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A Look back at 2020 with ChemLinked: Chemical Regulation Updates
Jan 20, 2021
2020 is finally over. This year, despite being largely defined by Covid-19, has witnessed the endeavors of countries worldwide fleshing out and improving their institutional and practical arrangements for chemical regulation. From the overhauled paradigm of new chemical registration in China, through the revised GHS regulation of South Korea, to the final rounds of supplementation to Vietnam's National Chemical Inventory, steadfast efforts are devoted amid the pandemic to make the world a better place with the well-regulated use of chemicals.This report aims to analyze and explain these changes and their impacts. You will also get to know what to expect regulatory-wise as we move to 2021.Notes: clients purchase this report can watch the correspongding webinar for free. Please contact us (email@example.com) for the webinar access.
Inventory-based Chemical Management in AP Region
May 25, 2020
This report introduces over 50 inventories in the Asia-Pacific region, including the release authority, release time, the obligations of the enterprises, and so on.
Interpretation of China Regulations on Road Transport of Dangerous Goods
Feb 06, 2020
This report collects a series of expert articles on the regulations on road transport of dangerous goods in China.
Asia Pacific Chemical Regulatory Updates 2019
Feb 06, 2020
This annual report collects and compiles the significant regulatory headlines in the Chinese mainland, Chinese Taipei, South Korea, Japan, Thailand and other Asia Pacific countries and regions in 2019.
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China Maritime Transport Standards: Goods Carried by Vessels
Mar 14, 2013
China Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) issued on 31 Nov 2012 the Administrative Measures for the Determination of Appraisal Institutions of Transport Conditions of Goods Carried by Vessels as the guidance for provincial MSAs to evaluate the appraisal institutions. Since 1 Jul 2013, only testing and evaluation reports issued by the appraisal institutions accredited in line with the Measures can be deemed as the legal basis for the maritime safety administrations at all levels during the enforcement. The eBook is for the evaluation of transport conditions of goods carried by vessels.
China Entry and Exit of Hazardous Chemicals: Packaging and Labeling Requirements
Dec 07, 2012
The eBook specifies packing and labeling requirements for entry and exit of hazardous chemicals, as well as supervision focus of CIQs in conjunction with our compliance advices.
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