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15th January 2019, CIRS Free Webinar: Impact of Brexit on REACH compliance and Countermeasure Proposals

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EU REACH regulation has been applying in the UK and in the EU27/EEA countries. However, Brexit means UK will become a third country, and it would definitely have big impacts on REACH compliance for both UK-based companies and non-UK based companies trading with the UK companies or appointing a UK-based OR under EU REACH. The United Kingdom will leave the EU from 30 March 2019 at 00:00h (CET) with or without a deal. In the event with a deal, a transition period will exist until 1 January 2021 and EU law will stop applying to the UK at the end of transition period. However, if there is no Brexit deal, EU law will cease to apply to the UK as of 30 March 2019.

UK-based companies may have an eager into knowing what will happen to your company if the UK is out of the scope of REACH. In fact, the UK Government is thinking to issue a UK-REACH regulation to manage chemicals placed in the UK market. For those non-UK based enterprises who having trade relationship with UK-based companies, we strongly suggest you identify your role under the possible UK-REACH regulation. In order to help enterprises to prepare for the potential regulation challenges post Brexit, CIRS is to present this webinar to share countermeasure proposals on how to minimize the time and cost consumption.

Time and Schedule



Time (Beijing Time, GMT+8)



15th January 2019


Judy Li

Registration Fee


Presentation Focus

  • Registration Situation analysis for British companies after the May 31st 2018 REACH deadline
  • Impact of Brexit on REACH compliance for both UK-based businesses and non UK-based businesses (manufacturer, importer and OR)
  • Countermeasure proposals on how to deal with the regulation challenges post Brexit
  • The process, timescale and fee for registration transfer to EU-based OR


Judy Li, Regulatory Consultant, Chemical Legislation Compliance Department

Master degree in Chemical Engineering, University of Ottawa. Ms.Li has a deep research into chemical regulations in EU and Asia Pacific regions, and responsible for European market in CIRS. Judy is expert in providing enterprises with regulatory compliance consultancy under different regulations.


Note: You will receive a link one week and one day before the webinar starts. By clicking that link, you shall be able to join our webinar automatically. Please note that space is strictly limited to a maximum of 100 attendees.

System Requirement

On PC: IE/ Foxfire/ Google Chrome; Windows 2003 or later (You need download the webex extension when first using it.)

On Mobile Service: Free Cisco Webex app from the app store

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