Clarifying the recent developments on hazardous chemicals registration, followed by a demo of the upgraded NRCC online registration system by the NRCC official
Date: May 24, Fri
Location: Hangzhou, China
The release of the revised “Measures on the Administration of Hazardous Chemicals Registration” (SAWS Order 53) is expected to cast a widespread impact on the industry. For the first time, registration obligations have been extended to importers. Nevertheless, the practical compliance of these updates and compliance with these new requirements are not clear for the industry in terms of the registration scope and registration requirements and procedures.
ChemLinked have gathered an expert panel to navigate the affected companies in this dynamic regulatory environment in China and share pragmatic compliance tips in the absence of a series of to-be-published supporting documents and the revised Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals.
Ms. Julian Zhu, Project Manager of Regulatory Compliance Department from REACH24H Consulting Group
A recognized expert in UN GHS, China GHS, EU CLP and hazardous chemicals registration in China, Julian is a core member of GHS Team in REACH24H Consulting Group. She has gained extensive hands-on experience in hazard communication in various aspects, including hazard classification, labels and SDSs.
Ms Zhu received her master degree in Biochemical Engineering from Zhejiang University of Technology.
Mr. Guo Zongzhou, engineer from the National Registration Center of State Administration of Work Safety (NRCC-SAWS)
Focusing on the study in the area of hazardous chemicals management and safety technology. Mainly responsible for th national hazardous chemicals registration data auditing, system development and database maintainance.
During 2011-2012, as the main participant, working on the revision of the "Administrative Measures on the Hazardous Chemicals Registration" (SAWS Order 53).
SAWS Order 53 given by Ms.Julian Zhu of REACH24H Consulting Group
- Overview of SAWS Order 53 and its relation to the State Council Decree 591.
- Recent developments in the physical hazard identification and the release of the Catalogue of Hazardous Chemicals, with their implications for the registration scope prescribed by SAWS Order 53.
Introduction to the upgraded online registration system given by Mr. Guo Zongzhou of NRCC, SAWS
- New features and functionality
- A practical demo
Who shall Attend?
- Company decision-makers and regulatory affairs managers in the hazardous chemicals industry
- Hazardous Chemicals Manufacturers/Importers in China
- Any professionals eager to be acquainted with hazardous chemicals registration in China.
Time and Schedule
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