- On 1 December 2011, the revised Regulation on the Control over Safety of Hazardous Chemicals, also called Decree 591, came into force. The key piece of legislation on management of hazardous chemicals, it regulates them through the entire supply chain, from manufacture and importation to
- In order to reduce time and the financial burden for registrants of the same or similar new chemical substance(s), both the EU REACH regulation and China New Chemical Substance Notification (China REACH) have introduced a concept of joint submission (or joint notification). However, concrete terms
- In this article REACH24H's regulatory experts share valuable insights and experience gathered from years of practical experience in regulatory affairs. Case studies exhibiting commonly encountered compliance problems are explained and dependable advice on how to overcome many of the issues facing
- Backgorund: The client is based in Europe and exports raw materials (less than 1 tonne per year) to importers in China. They have three substances not listed in the inventory of Existing Chemical Substances in China (IECSC) 2010 and requested notification services from us. Since the manufacturing
- Here we would like to share some case studies where REACH24H helped foreign companies comply with China REACH in an efficient manner.In practice, most notifications are conducted under the general case of simplified notification or regular notification which will be reflected in this article.
- This article introduces several important inventories of hazardous or toxic chemicals currently regulated by the Chinese government. Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals (2002) Inventory of Chinese Hyper Toxic Chemicals (2003) List of Toxic Chemicals Severely Restricted to be Imported in or
- Good Lab Practice (GLP) was first drawn up as an internationally agreed guideline for the non-clinical testing of pharmaceuticals and chemicals. Companies preparing Risk Assessment report while complying with China Chemical Regulations are more often than not, faced with the option to make the
- The first law that regulated the safe management of dangerous chemicals in China came into being in 1987 when the so-called Regulations of Chemical Dangerous Goods Safety Management took effect on 2 February. After 15 years’ constant legal improvement, the State Economic and Trade Commission