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Are you new to the chemical industry or do you need a refresher on the existing regulatory requirements in the EU? Throughout the second Quarter of 2024, Lucy Wang from CIRS USA and Lynn He from C&K testing will present a series of webinars on REACH regulations about chemical registration, UK REACH, CLP regulation, article notification, SVHC testing and EU PFAS requirements.
On May 22, 2024, Telematic and CIRS will jointly host a webinar to introduce the regulatory divergence between Europe and Great Britain. The webinar is lasting about 90 minutes. There is also a Question & Answer session to allow you to raise any concerns you may have.
CIRS are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at ChemCon Asia 2024 on 3-7 June, 2024. We will be available at our booth throughout the event to answer any regulatory queries you may have about global compliance. Feel free to drop by and say hello. Our team is here to provide the insights and solutions you need to excel in the world of regulatory and product compliance.
CIRS is delighted to announce that we will be attending the CHEMUK, which is the UK’s largest trade show for the Chemical, Laboratory, and Process Industries. We are also very pleased to announce that two of our European team will also be speaking at the event. Bryan Zhou, deputy general manager of CIRS Europe will deliver a presentation on the Latest Updates from China’s Chemical Regulations at Stage 1 on Wednesday, May 15, 10:00-10:15; and Xiang Li, business manager of CIRS Europe will speak on topic of Latest Updates to GHS Regulations in Asian Pacific Countries at Stage 1 on Thursday, May 16, 13:30-13:45.
The 37th annual Global Chem Conference took place at the Grand Hyatt in Washington D.C., from March 25th to 27th, 2024. This key event for chemical management professionals offered a detailed look at the latest trends and developments in global chemical regulation and management.
Chemical regulations are an ever-evolving landscape, and it can be difficult to keep up to date with the requirements across the global marketplace. CIRS is committed to ensuring that everyone remains informed of the latest implementation of these regulations, removing barriers to trade, and ensuring that their business can flourish around the world. Whether you are new to chemical regulations, interested in exploring a new market, or seeking a refresher in this area our series will give you the opportunity to broaden your knowledge and deepen your understanding in all these areas.
Starting from January 1, 2024, the transition period established by the European Union for the PCN notification of mixtures for industrial use has also ended. All hazardous mixtures for professional, consumer, and industrial uses, such as those classified under GHS with specific physical or health hazards, are required to complete PCN notification before being placed on the EU market. This webinar aims to guide enterprises in determining whether PCN notification is necessary and in interpreting the UFI number.
On February 27, CIRS Europe will provide members of Chemical Watch with a specialized training session focused on chemical management regulations in China. This one-day training course offers attendees the opportunity to learn: details of the current implementation of MEE Order 12; how to differentiate between new and existing substances in China; the requirements for registration under MEE Order 12; how to identify the various high-hazard substance categories in China; the requirements for registration of hazardous substances; and the requirements for local Chinese SDS and label standards.
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.