On April 29, 2020, the Ministry of Ecology and Environmental Protection (MEE) issued the newly revised MEE Order No.12, and it has been in effect since January 1, 2021. Under the requirements of MEE Order No.12, new chemical substances with annual production or import volume of more than 1 ton or less than 10 tons are required to apply for simplified registration; new chemical substances with annual production or import volume of more than 10 tons are required to apply for regular registration. Enterprises need to submit physical and chemical, health toxicology and environmental toxicology test reports to meet the data requirements under the corresponding registration types, which is a large burden for enterprises. How to fully use the existing data reports under MEE Order No. 12, how to set up graded experimental programs according to the characteristics of the substances, how to achieve data sharing under MEE Order No. 12, this webinar will analyze one by one, and at the same time will introduce the use and functions of the China SIEF platform developed by CIRS to help you avoid duplicate experiments, achieve data sharing and reduce registration costs.
Time and Schedule
Time (Beijing Time GMT+8)
12 Aug. 2021
25 Aug. 2021
25 Aug. 2021
31 Aug. 2021
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- Introduction to the data requirements of MEE Order No.12;
- How to achieve data optimization and data sharing for new substance registration under MEE Order No. 12;
- Use existing reports;
- Carry out tests step-by-step according to substance properties;
- Introduction to registration strategies such as joint registration and series registration
- Introduction to China SIEF platform;
Lucy Wang, Regulatory Consultant, Chemical Legislation Compliance Department
Ms. Lucy Wang graduated from George Washington University with a Master degree in Environmental and Green Chemistry. She has been researching chemical regulations in different countries, and responsible for US market at CIRS. Lucy helps to serve enterprises with professional regulatory compliance consultancy.
Jo Liu, Regulatory Consultant, Chemical Legislation Compliance Department
Ms. Jo Liu is providing chemical regulatory consultancy advice for China REACH, EU REACH, Global GHS, K-REACH, etc., and with rich experience dealing with regulatory issues from domestic & overseas companies.
Ling Yang, Regulatory Consultant, Chemical Legislation Compliance Department
Ms. Yang has a deep research into chemical regulations in EU and Asia Pacific regions, and responsible for Japanese market in CIRS. She is expert in providing enterprises with regulatory compliance consultancy under different regulations.
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