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More and more foreign companies that are introducing chemical products into China are facing challenges in fulfilling obligations of chemical regulations and also how to export their physical products into China smoothly through the supplier chain. CIRS is proud to work with its partner Sinotrans to jointly host the webinar on Interpretation on supply chain compliance in China for chemicals. This webinar interprets the latest chemical management regulations along the supply chain in China with guidance on how the players fulfill the roles and obligations; besides, the solutions for the circulation of products physically in China such as customs clearance, storage, transportation, etc. will also be introduced.
The Ministry of Employment and Labor (MoEL) of South Korea revised and issued the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) in 2019. From January 16, 2021, the revised South Korean OSHA regulations on the submission of (M)SDS will come into effect. The amendments have set transitional periods for enterprises that previously prepared an SDS in accordance with Article 41(1) or (6) of the former K-OSHA Act. Those meeting the exception may submit the SDS to MoEL within specified deadlines based on manufacture or importation volumes. This webinar aims to guide enterprises in ensuring they meet these critical deadlines. The latest deadline will come on Jan 16, 2024, for products imported into Korea at 10-100 tons/y. Adhering to these updated regulatory requirements is essential for businesses to avoid non-compliance issues when exporting hazardous chemicals to South Korea.
KKDIK was published on June 23, 2017, by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization of the Turkish Republic and formally came into effect on December 23, 2017. The registration grace period is between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2023. As the original deadline for pre-registration draws near on December 31, 2023, the urgency for companies to complete their full registration is apparent. However, in light of recent updates, there has been a significant update regarding an extension of this deadline. This webinar will not only guide you through the necessary steps for compliance but will also provide you with the latest information on the deadline extension.
At CIRS we have seen over the years the increased demand for knowledge in both chemical and cosmetic regulatory changes, particularly in regards to Asia. As a result, we decided to begin hosting conferences to provide a platform for companies to learn more about their obligations in the ever-changing regulatory landscape.
We are very pleased to announce the return of our Global Chemical Regulation Conference, on Thursday, October 5, 2023. However, this year, after the success of our Cosmetics Conference in April, we have decided to move the location from Dublin to London. The one-day event will bring together our global experts and speakers from industry to cover a variety of topics including:
Whether you are new to the world of Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, and crossover with the customs regulations when importing or exporting chemicals across international borders, or you just want a refresher, then this free webinar series is for you. Our team will cover the latest updates to GHS regulations in Europe (EU CLP) and Asian Pacific countries, providing you with background and practical tips from our extensive knowledge. Guest speaker Conor Monaghan, the Global Head of Operations at Customs Complete, will also delve into the world of customs regulations and the crossover with chemical regulations when importing or exporting across international borders.
Lucy Wang, senior regulatory consultant from the CIRS US team, is set to take the stage at PSX 2023, an annual conference hosted by the Product Stewardship Society. This premier event, known for its dedication to empowering product stewardship professionals, will convene in Boston, MA, October 17-19, providing a platform for Lucy to illuminate an essential aspect of China's hazardous chemical policy.
At the November 21, Global Cosmetics Regulatory Summit 2023, hosted by Chemical Watch, industry professionals will have the opportunity to gain insights from Bryan Zhou, deputy general manager of CIRS Europe. He will be addressing a crucial subject that impacts the global cosmetics industry – China's cosmetic ingredient submission process.
Get ready for an enlightening short course at the upcoming Pacific Coatings Show 2023, where Li Xiang, CIRS Europe's business manager, and Christine Chuang, European regional manager of the chemical department, from CIRS HQ will join forces to delve into the complex realm of Chemical Legislation in Asia-Pacific and China.
We are delighted to announce that Lucy Wang, senior regulatory consultant from the CIRS US team will be providing an overview of recent regulatory developments and updates from China at Chemical Watch’s Regulatory Summit Americas 2023 in Washington D.C.