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  •   6 Sep 2017
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    Webinar Proceeding

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    (GMT+8, China Standard Time)
    Sep 19th, 2017Chinese10:00-11:00Concluded, materials available
    Japanese14:00-15:00Concluded, materials available
    English22:00-23:00Concluded, materials available


    Effective from 11 Dec 2014, Taiwan’s new and existing chemical registration scheme presented some major challenges for industry. This webinar will examine the current regulatory landscape and introduce the approaching Phase 2 standard registration of priority existing chemical substances (PECs). In addition, the draft amendments of the New and Existing Chemical Registration Regulation will be interpreted, including some significant changes to hazard & exposure assessment, review period, confidentiality validity, annual reporting, etc.

    We cooperate with Chemical Substances Registration Center of Taiwan EPA to hold this webinar in three languages. Don’t forget to come because your feedback may influence the future chemical management policy.



    1. Overview of New and Existing Chemical Registration in Taiwan
    2. Approaching Standard Registration of Priority Existing Chemicals
    3. Revision of New and Existing Chemical Registration Regulation
    4. Frequently Asked Questions about Chemical Registration 



    Chinese Session:

    Ms. Yea-Jen Jeng

    Manager of ERI

    Chemical Substances Registration Center, Taiwan EPA

    Ms. Jeng received her Bachelor’s degree from the Department of Plant Pathology and Entomology and the Master’s degree from the Graduate Institute of Toxicology of National Taiwan University. She has more than 10 years of working experiences in chemical industry and has in-depth knowledge and skills of regulatory affairs. Ms. Jeng works as manager of the Chemical Substances Registration Center of Taiwan EPA since 2016, specialized in information related to toxicology and environmental toxicology fields.


    Japanese Session:

    Ms. Beiqi Lu

    Business manager

    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Ms. Beiqi LU is experienced in providing regulatory consultancy for Japanese enterprises with compliance issues related to global GHS, China HazChem registration, Taiwan new and existing chemicals registration, China new chemicals registration, etc.


    English Session:

    Ms. Lynn Huang

    Key Account Dept. Manager

    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Ms. Huang is a recognized professional consultant in Global Chemical regulations, specialty in Chinese New Chemical Substance Notification Regulation (‘China REACH’), hazardous chemical regulation in China, implementation of Taiwan TCSCA/OSHA and Korea REACH. Lynn Huang is responsible for business collaboration with EU and U.S. partners as well as serves REACH24H VIP clients for more than 6 years. She has gathered extensive experience in Chinese and Europe chemical regulation compliance practices and is professional in helping international companies with their requirements about solving global chemical regulatory affairs. She is also an experienced speaker who gives presentation during REACH24H worldwide seminar and workshops. Ms. Huang is also responsible for Chemlinked platform operation and development, expand collaborations with associations, and expert resources for the platform. Jointly work with the operation team and editor team to build  long-term developing plan. 


    Q&A (Chinese Session):

    Dr. Ken-Yen Liu

    Assistant General Manager of ERI

    Chemical Substances Registration Center, Taiwan EPA

    Dr. Liu received his Bachelor’s degree from the Department of Agricultural Chemistry, the Master’s degree from the Institute of Chemistry and the doctor’s degree from the Institute of Materials Science and Engineering of Taiwan University and specialized in organic syntheses, polymer materials and the development of photoelectric energy materials. His academic background covers the areas of science, engineering and agriculture. With the publication of more than 10 SCI papers, Dr. Liu worked in the Institute of Industrial Technology and helped a lot of Taiwan companies in the areas of daily chemical industry, environmental friendly materials and photoelectric technologies. From 2015, Dr. Liu worked as the vice director of the Chemical Substances Registration Center of Taiwan EPA.


    *Due to the time zone issue, Ms. Yea-Jen Jeng and Dr. Liu will only attend the Q&A part in the Chinese session of this webinar. However, the questions and answers we gather in three languages will all be posted on ChemLinked for our readers. To have a better chance of your questions being addressed during the webinar, please send them to contact@chemlinked.com



    China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (CPCIF) was established on April 28, 2001. It is a nongovernment, not-for-profit organization consisting of companies, institutes, sectional associations and local associations in the petroleum and chemical industry on the voluntary basis. Currently it has over 300 direct members including 44 sectional associations and over 20 regional associations, most large-scale enterprises, research institutions and universities, which covers 70% operation of China's petroleum and chemical industry and represents all fields of this industry. CPCIF also maintains close working relations with relevant regional authorities in China.


    REACH24H is an internationally renowned technological services company with the headquarter in Hangzhou, China and branches in Ireland, the United States, and Taiwan. The company has a number of internationally certified toxicologists, specialized safety appraisers, and risk assessment experts. By creating a 24-hour global consulting service network and a technical experts team, REACH24H provides one-stop international market entrance services. Our services cover a broad range of industries such as industrial chemicals, agrochemicals, cosmetics, food and food contact materials, and consumer products. Service content includes product notification and registration, regulatory information, news and compliance warning, training seminars and open courses, as well as Internet-based supply chain management software.

    “Value in Compliance” is REACH24H’s mission statement. Founded in 2009, REACH24H has provided technical supports for governments, associations and social organizations, served over 6,000 well-known companies and completed tens of thousands of projects from product notification, registration to consulting. To remove trade barriers and promote global trade integration, REACH24H has offered outstanding technical services. REACH24H is continually abided by a healthy, green, and sustainable development philosophy by adhering strictly to compliance service. Through assisting companies in carrying out risk assessments in advance, we can provide the most effective solutions and the most reliable support to our clients and vanguard people’s safety and well-being.


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