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2014 Chemical Regulatory Review and Aspects of GHS in the Asia Pacific Region

  •   26 Jan 2015
  •    Nadine He
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    • 2014 Chemical Regulatory Review and Aspects of GHS in the Asia Pacific Region
      2014 亚太地区化学品法规综述及GHS纵览

    • Language:EN
    • Format:Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
    • Pages:23
    • Author: Nadine He, Jane Zhou, Matt Lv
    • Publish date: 2015-01-26
    • Price: $121   (Free for premium members)

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    2014 was a significant year for chemical industry in the AP, and saw a myriad of legislations passed and regulations, guidelines and documents drafted all with a view to realizing the GHS agenda. There was a concerted effort of the governments in the AP to fulfill their commitments to achieve the WSSD (World Summit on Sustainable Development) 2020 goal of sound chemical management worldwide. Taiwan and South Korea were a focal point of activity in this respect. 2015 will be a critical year to implement the chemical regulatory framework reforms drafted and planned in recent years.

    Contents

    Chapter 1. China

    • New Chemical Management
    • Hazardous Chemical Management

    Chapter 2. Taiwan (Chinese Taipei)

    • Regulatory updates
    • Registration Tools
    • Inventory Tracking

    Chapter 3. Japan

    • Chemical Substance Control Law (CSCL)
    • Industrial Safety and Health Law (ISHL)

    Chapter 4. South Korea

    • Regulatory Updates
    • Inventory Tracking

    Chapter 5. Aspects of GHS 

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