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China NRCC Solicits Suggestions to Revise Implementation Guidance for HazChem Inventory

  •   19 Mar 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    On Mar 14th, the National Registration Center for Chemicals (NRCC) of the Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM) issued a notice[1] soliciting suggestions to revise the Guidance for the Implementation of China 2015 Inventory of Hazardous Chemicals[2].

    Since the issue of the Guidance, the NRCC encountered many problems. It was issued in 2015 to specify the implementation rules and provide the official classification results of the listed hazardous chemicals (annex of the Guidance). However, enterprises have controversies over some rules in compliance practice, as well as some classifications in the Guidance (2015).

    The NRCC has held some closed-door meetings with enterprises in the last year and outlined the revision schedule. In terms of revision of the official classification results, stakeholders are welcome to submit suggestions through the national platform for hazardous chemical safety[3] before Apr 30th, 2019. For any suggestion about the provisions in the Guidance, it can be submitted via the contact information below.

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