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China’s New Chemical Management System: Draft Amendments and Future Trends

  •   10 Jul 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    MEP Order No.7
    (Draft Revision)

    China’s MEE published the draft revision of the Measures for the Environmental Management of New Chemical Substances (MEP Order No.7) on July 9, with public comments accepted until Aug 16, 2019. The release of the draft is another important event in the management of new chemical substances and follows shortly after the Notice of IECSC Supplementation issued by MEE on June 21(see CL free webinar).

    The key points of this draft echo and expand on the content outlined in the Regulation on Environmental Risk Assessment and Control of Chemical Substances issued by MEE on Jan 8, 2019 (see CL free webinar), and thoroughly flesh out the mechanisms of China’s new chemical substance management scheme.


    1. Revision background and legislative progress
    2. Interpretation of the draft revision
    3. Pertinent suggestions to companies


    (GMT+8, China Standard Time)
    Aug 8th, 2019Chinese10:00-11:00


    Chinese session:

    Ms. Tina TONG

    Regulatory Affairs Consultant

    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Tina earned her Master's degree in Pharmacology from Zhejiang Chinese Medical University. She has 5 years’ experience in pharmacological and toxicological research. She gathered rich experiences in all types of notification under China NCSN, especially proficient in data gap analysis, notification strategy making and Non-test method evaluation (read-across and toxicokinetic assessment).

    English session:

    Ms. Ting SHEN

    Senior Chemical Regulatory Consultant 

    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Ting graduated from Hangzhou Normal University, with a bachelor degree in Biology. She worked as a technician in Radke Lab at UC Berkeley and Tai Lab at GSU. Currently, she focuses on chemical regulatory affairs in China, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, and other Asian Pacific countries. Ting has provided practical advice for dozens of foreign companies to meet regulatory compliance requirements in these regions. 


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