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Since UN GHS was first implemented in 2003 numerous countries and regions have adopted the system and help shape the current requirements. For example, United States published the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) in 2012. HCS 2012 functions as GHS in the US and will become effective from Jun 1st 2015. Canada also released its own GHS regulation, Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR) on Feb 11th 2015, which will become effective from Jun 1st 2015, too. Interestingly, the implementation of EU CLP on mixtures will also start from the very same day, Jun 1st 2015. Although the GHS regulations in different countries are all based on UN GHS, they are adapted to fit the individual requirements of the domestic industry in each region. For instance, there are 28 hazard classifications in UN GHS and EU CLP while US HCS only adopts 26. These kinds of differences cause significant issues during international trade making understanding of inter-framework compliance a necessity for companies trading globally.
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|Chinese||14:00-16:00, May 20||Concluded (Materials available)|
|English||14:00-16:00, May 27||Concluded (Materials available)|
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Topic 1: Key Points of North America GHS and Compliance Strategy
Speaker: Bella Zheng
- Implementation of US GHS
- Implementation of Canada GHS
- Comparison between US and Canada GHS
- Analysis of Compliance Strategy to North America GHS
Topic 2: Key Points of EU CLP and Compliance Strategy
Speaker: Eric Sun
- Introduction of EU CLP on mixtures
- Comparison between EU CLP and China GHS
- Analysis of Compliance Strategy to EU CLP
Senior Regulatory Expert
Ms. Zheng gruaduated from the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany. She was an important member of Gesellschaft Chinesischer Chemiker und Chemieingenieure in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (GCCCD). Bella has 3 years of experiences on GHS compliance and is now responsible for US HCS, Canada HPR and GHS in other Asian-Pacific regions.
Senior Regulatory Expert
Mr. Sun is extremely experienced in classification and labeling (C&L) and compiling safety data sheets (SDS) in compliance with the requirements of global GHS. He regularly runs training programs on China GHS and hazardous chemical regulations for the international companies such as Würth Group, Vaillant GmbH, Coloplast A/S, Cardolite Corporation.
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