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Have Your Say on China’s Draft Regulation on Chemical Environmental Risk Assessment and Control

  •   29 Jan 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    Background:

    China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) issued the draft Regulation on Chemical Substance Environmental Risk Assessment and Control on 8 Jan. The new regulation represents a complete overhaul of China’s chemical regulatory framework and will have a huge impact on the industry in terms of their compliance obligations. The deadline for public comment is 20 Feb 2019.

    This webinar aims at informing stakeholders of the forthcoming regulatory change, and in the meanwhile welcomes your opinions and questions related to chemical assessment and control in China.

    Contents:

    1. Background
    2. Environmental Risk Assessment and Control
    3. Inventory Management
    4. New Chemical Management

    * To have a better chance of your questions being addressed during the webinar, you’re welcome to email us the questions before the webinar.

    Schedule:

    DateTime (China Standard Time, GMT+8)Language
    Feb 18th, 2019 (Monday)22:00-23:00English

    Speakers:

    Ms. Nadine He
    Regulatory analyst / editor
    ChemLinked, REACH24H Consulting Group

    Ms. Nadine He is a regulatory analyst and editor in ChemLinked. She focuses on the research of policies and regulations in regards to chemical management in Asia Pacific countries and regions. She provides global chemical industry up-to-the-minute regulatory news. 

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