In the midst of worldwide economic downturn, how to deal with the regulatory barriers becomes a major point for enterprises. At the same time, government authorities around the world publish a series of regulations in succession. In order to help enterprises have an in-depth understanding of supervisory policies of cosmetic industry in the Asia-Pacific and promote the communication on safety management for cosmetic products, China Association for Consumer Product Quality and Safety Promotion (CACPQSP) and Chemical Inspection & Regulation Service (CIRS) jointly host the 3rd Shanghai Summit Meeting on Cosmetic Regulations in Asia-Pacific on June 28th 2017.
The committee of this summit has invited experts from America, EU to interpret the current status of cosmetic management and help corporations know the latest regulatory updates and administrative information in these areas. Moreover, Great changes happened to Chinese cosmetics regulations in 2016. Therefore, we have invited the officials from relevant Chinese government authorities to give a comprehensive analysis on cosmetic supervisory policies and their influence on enterprises, so that corporations, both domestic and overseas, would have a deeper understanding of the latest Chinese regulations and management trend on cosmetics.
You are encouraged to complete the check-in procedure on the afternoon of 27th June to receive delegate card/meeting materials for easy access and early review
|9:00-9:30||Management trend of Chinese cosmetics and cosmetic ingredient in 2017||Department of Drug and Cosmetic Registration, CFDA|
|10:00-10:20||Tea and Coffee|
|10:20-10:50||Filing Management for imported non-special use cosmetics in Shanghai Pudong New Area||Shanghai Municipal Food and Drug Administration|
|10:50-11:20||Supervision of imported non-special use cosmetics in Shanghai Pudong New Area||
Ms. Jiawen Sun
Section chief, food safety department, Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau
|13:00-13:40||Safety evaluation of cosmetic ingredient in America||TBD|
|13:40-14:20||The role and functioning of the Scientific Committee for Consumer Safety (SCCS) in the management of cosmetics in the EU||
Mr. Renner Gerald
Director Technical Regulatory Affairs, Cosmetics Europe
|14:20-15:00||In vitro testing strategies for the toxicological evaluation of cosmetic ingredients and products||
Ms. Silvia Scolari
Toxicology laboratory manager, Mérieux NutriSciences
|15:30-15:50||Tea and Coffee|
|15:50-17:10||Case study: toxicological assessment||Mr. Renner Gerald|
|Day 1 Concluded|
|9:00-9:40||Updates and trend of Chinese cosmetic regulations||
Mr. Liang Xu
Director, Beijing Daily-Use Chemicals Institute
|9:40-10:20||How to import personal care products into Chinese markets||CIRS|
|10:35-10:55||Tea and Coffee|
|10:55-11:25||Supervision of Chinese personal care product markets||Guangdong Food and Drug Administration|
|11:25-11:55||Testing requirements of Chinese personal care products||CIRS|
|13:30-14:10||Management requirements of cross-border imported cosmetics||Zhejiang Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau|
|14:10-14:50||Management of cosmetics sold online (session 1)||TBD|
|14:50-15:20||Tea and Coffee|
|15:20-16:00||Management of cosmetics sold online (session 2)||TBD|
China Association for Consumer Products Quality and Safety Promotion (CACPQSP), established at the approval of Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People's Republic of China, is under the charge of State Administration for Quality Supervision and Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ). It is also a national non-profit organization with independent legal qualification, the basic objective of which is to strengthen social supervision, provide consultation service and build a bridge between central government and enterprises, thereby push the comprehensive quality of consumer products, ensure the consumption safety in China and enhance our profile at home and abroad.
Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service(CIRS) is an independent firm providing professional chemical regulatory consulting, certification and testing services to a variety of industries such as the chemical industry, consumer product industry, scientific research institutions and industry associations. We are dedicated to providing values chemical compliance services, tailored solutions and original information to help our clients gain competitive advantages by reducing business risks associated with regulatory affairs and removing barriers to entry.
With its headquarter based in Hangzhou of China and offices or laboratories located in Ireland, Beijing, Nanjing, Ningbo and Wenzhou, CIRS utilizes its technical expertise, various resources and global network to provide comprehensive compliance services such as chemical notification, GHS compliance services, pesticides and biocides registration, cosmetics and new cosmetic ingredient registration, chemical testing, regulatory update monitoring and training services.
|For New Attendee (VAT inclusive)||Previous Attendee (VAT inclusive)|
|Early-bird Rate (Before 1 May)||3400RMB/500USD/470EUR per delegate||3200RMB/470USD/440EUR per delegate|
|Standard Rate (After 1 May)||3600RMB/530USD/500EUR per delegate||3400RMB/500USD/470EUR per delegate|
Please fill in attached registration form and send back to us or contact us directly.Ms. Wency Wang
Tel: 0086 571 8720 6507
Fax: 0086 571 8720 6533
Address: 11/F Building 1, Dongguan Hi-Tech Park, 288 Qiuyi Road, Binjiang District, Hangzhou, China, 310052
|Account Name||Hangzhou CIRS Co., Limited||杭州瑞旭产品技术有限公司|
|Row Number (Bulk Payment Number)||102331002149|
|Beneficiary Name||Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service Ltd|
|Beneficiary Address||Singleton House, Drogheda, Co. Louth|
|Bank Name||Bank of Ireland|
|Bank Address||Wilton, Cork, Republic of Ireland|
|IBAN||IE15 BOFI 9028 0590 4048 84|
We also accept cash as payment when you attend this event. Receipt will be given during the summit.
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