Inspection and supervision of import and export hazardous chemicals is not only an important part of national quality management, but also a part of national security work. General Secretary Xi Jinping put forward in the report of the 19th CPC National Congress: “Establish the concept of safety development, carry forward the idea of life first and safety first, improve the public safety system, improve the safety production responsibility system and resolutely curb serious security incidents", pointing the way for the safety management of hazardous chemicals in the new era.
After the Tianjin Port incident, the domestic supervision of the import and export of hazardous chemicals becomes much stricter. This webinar will interpret the No. 30 announcement of the AQSIQ in 2012, summarize the key points for the regulation of import and export of hazardous chemicals and combine the data of recent years and actual cases to help enterprises better cope with import and export supervision.
|Date||Nov 8th, 2018（Thursday）|
|Time||Beijing Time (GMT+8)||English Session One: 10:00-11:00|
|English Session Two: 22:00-23:00|
- Regulatory Basis
- Detail Interpretation of Key Points of Compliance
- Other National Compulsory Requirements
- Domestic Regulatory Status and Case Analysis
Mr. Alex Zhao
REACH24H Regulatory Consultant
Mr. Zhao graduated from Beijing University of Chemical Technology with master's degree in chemistry and now is focusing on tracking of chemical management (mainly in GHS and registration of chemicals) globally and experienced in classification and labeling (C&L) and compiling safety data sheets (SDS) in compliance with the requirements of China GHS. He regularly runs training programs on China GHS and hazardous chemical regulations for international companies and provided regulatory compliance service for over 500 enterprises.
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