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  •  16 Dec 2014      2549

    Chemical management requires that chemicals are assessed under a number of criteria and requiring the use of one or more experiments to provide data on physiochemical properties, hazards, effect on biotic systems, degradation and accumulation, health effect, etc. The test results serve as
  •  15 Dec 2014  Zaipeng Yang    2162

    Abstract: The administration of new chemicals in China is introduced in this article. The current problems facing regulation of new chemicals in China are overviewed along with some possible solutions to improve overall regulatory efficiency. The two most important factors to consider are: Firstly 
  •  26 Nov 2014  Matt Lyu    1865

    On March 7th 2014, Standard SS 586: 2014 “Specification for hazard communication for hazardous chemicals and dangerous goods” was approved by the Singapore Chemical Standards Committee and took effect thereafter. The new version SS 586 stipulates more detailed requirements on the storage and road
  •  26 Nov 2014  Jane Zhou    2288

    China has long been practicing chemical management based on chemical lists. Regulatory measures are imposed to a very limited selection of chemicals with well recognized hazardous information. However, many workplace accidents have occurred due to lack of preventative and controlling measures
     

  •  28 Sep 2014      1921

    Many Asian countries have started processes to implement GHS their local regulations. This article summarizes the status of implementation and enforcement of some of the main Asian countries.
     

  •  4 Aug 2014  Chen Ying    2724

    Takehome: In China NCSN mixtures are categorized as “substances without unique molecular structure.” In China NCSN successful notification of mixtures requires a solid plan strategy and careful selection of testing method. An intentionally blended products cannot be regarded as a mixture
  •  25 Jul 2014  Jane Zhou    2428

    Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of Hazardous Chemicals (Trial) (a.k.a. MEP Order 22) came into force from Mar 1st, 2013, with the goal of improving China’s environmental management of hazardous chemicals. Since MEP Order 22 has not yet been put into full scale implementation
     

  •  8 Jul 2014     

    The last change and development of china disinfectants management are frequent and significant. what has  happened and what's the new requirements of regulatory compliance in china? what's the most relevant issues?
     

  •  16 Jun 2014  Christine Lepisto    2645

    The United States of America (USA) has joined many other countries in adopting t
     

  •  4 May 2014  Ema Huang    1325

    The first China pesticide approval council since the implementation of China’s first regulations on pesticide solve
     

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