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Catching up on China’s IECSC Supplementation

  •   2 Jul 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    Background:

    China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) reopened the supplementation of China’s Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances (IECSC) on Jun 21st, 2019. It has been eight years since the authority called a halt to IECSC supplementation in 2011. The scope of this new round of IECSC supplementation is the same as the last one, i.e. only substances manufactured in or imported into China before Oct 15th, 2003 would be eligible. The applicants should hurry up since they only have three months to supplement the substances. 

    Join us for this free webinar and you will be informed the first hand information of this new round of IECSC supplementation.

    Contents:

    1. Overview of China’s IECSC supplementation
    2. Comparative analysis of the previous supplementations and the new round
    3. IECSC inclusion of notified new chemical substances
    4. Pertinent suggestions to companies

    Schedule:

    DateLanguageTime
    (GMT+8, China Standard Time)
    Jul 11th, 2019Chinese10:00-10:30
    English21:30-22:00

    Speaker:

    Chinese session:

    Miss. Lancy Chen

    Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    REACH24H Consulting Group 

    Miss Chen earned her Master’s degree in Organic Chemistry from the Zhejiang University of Technology. She has more than 3 years of academic experience in chemistry synthesis and optical materials and also has more than 2 years’ experience in chemical registration/notification in China, Taiwan, Australia, and other regions.

    English session:

    Mr. Raymond Zhu

    Regulatory Affairs Consultant
    REACH24H Consulting Group 

    Mr. Zhu earned his Master's decree in Polymer Science from the University of Akron. He is specialized in biomaterial and has several years’ experience in designing class 3 medical device. Now, he is focusing on China new chemicals registration.

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