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An Overview of Exemptions from JT/T 617

  •   12 Dec 2018
  •    Nora Wang
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    Background:

    JT/T617-2018, Regulations Concerning Road Transportation of Dangerous Goods, has prompted an immediate and strong reaction in the field of road transport of dangerous goods since it went into effect on December 1, 2018. This standard provides enterprises working on road transport of dangerous goods with significant technical instructions in terms of classification, packaging, consignment, loading and unloading procedures, transport handling of dangerous goods, etc. Meanwhile, the exemption system that has been introduced into this standard also has a positive impact on manufacturers and transporters of dangerous goods: it not only ensures the safe road transport of dangerous goods, but also improves transport efficiency and reduces logistics costs for consignment of dangerous goods. In this webinar, we will focus on interpretation of the exemption system and provide compliance suggestions for customers based on case studies.

    Contents:

    1. Exemptions for small quantity dangerous goods
    2. Exemptions for dangerous goods packed in limited/excepted quantities
    3. Exemptions in special provisions
    4. Case studies

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    Schedule:

    DateTime (China Standard Time, GMT+8)Language
    January 10th, 2019 (Thursday)10:00-11:00English
    14:00-15:00Chinese
    22:00-23:00English

    *The English session will be delivered twice to facilitate the audiences from different time zones.

    Speakers:

    Mr. Jackie Jin
    Regulatory Consultant
    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Mr. Jin graduated from University of Manchester with a Master's degree in Polymer Materials. He plays a key role in REACH24H and primarily engages in compliance work related to global GHS, chemical registration and transport of dangerous goods. He has rich experience on industry’s best practices and has successfully assisted many enterprises with their compliance projects. 

    Miss Icey Nan
    Regulatory Consultant
    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Miss Nan graduated from Hunan University with a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. With more than 4 years of research and compliance practice experience in domestic and international chemical management regulations and years of laboratory testing experience, she is now focusing on the compliance response of global GHS, hazardous chemicals notification/identification/registration, 24-hour emergency response phone number and transport of dangerous goods. Meanwhile, she has accumulated rich experience in SDS/label preparation, and delivered multiple training sessions on Chinese regulations concerning GHS and transport of dangerous goods upon the invitation of enterprises.

    Who shall Attend:

    • Experts from laboratory/scientific research institute
    • Decision-makers from multi-national enterprises
    • Product stewardship managers
    • Responsible persons in EHS department
    • Project managers of chemical enterprises
    • Responsible persons of regulatory affairs
    • Supply chain managers
    • Any professionals eager to be acquainted with China TDG

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