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In recent years, the Chinese government has gradually strengthened the supervision of hazardous chemicals. This year witnessed the implementation of the "one enterprise, one product, one code" management system of hazardous chemicals throughout the country. The registration system of hazardous chemicals put into use on February 16, 2022. Facing the transformation of the old and new systems, many enterprises encountered some registration difficulties. CIRS will organize a free webinar to introduce the "one enterprise, one product, one code" system.
Chemspec Europe 2022, the International Exhibition for Fine & Speciality Chemicals will return on the 31st May & 1st June at Messe Frankfurt, Germany. In its 35th edition, Chemspec Europe will include over 200 exhibitors across 38 countries from all sectors of the chemical industry.
11 – 12 May 2022, CIRS attended the ChemUK 2022 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK. The event has attracted more than 350 exhibitors and 180 expert speakers. CIRS set a booth at G33. Attendees actively visited CIRS’s booth and communicated with us on how to comply with the chemical regulations in China, etc.
From 28-29 Apr. 2022, CIRS attended the Product Substance Management & Regulatory Compliance Summit. The summit attracted more than 40 attendees, including ChemSafe, Compliance & Risk, Regartis, EcoMole, Yordas, 1CC Compliance, Novalsop Sustainablity & Compliance, etc. During the Summit, Mr. Li Xiang gave a speech on K-REACH Update and Korea GHS Feature, to help enterprises better understand the chemical regulations in South Korea. Attendees actively participated in the discussions during the meeting.
It has been more than a year since the updated "Measures for the Environmental Management Registration of New Chemical Substances" (or China MEE Order 12th, known as China REACH) entered into force. Compared with the previous MEP Order 7th, the Chinese authority is becoming stricter in reviewing registration dossiers. Registrants may have to submit supplemental information back-and-forth. To help registrants better compile the registration dossiers, CIRS is to organize a free webinar regarding how Chinese authorities are reviewing the dossiers both in completeness review and expert committee evaluation stages, what are the main supplemental information required by the authorities and the counter-measures.
From the 1st of January 2021, companies who are placing Consumer and Professional mixtures on the EU market are required to complete a Poison Centre Notification (PCN) through the harmonized notification system governed by ECHA. This requirement will also apply to Industrial mixtures from the 1st of January 2024. The PCN will allow medical professionals to have sufficient knowledge about a chemical when responding to a medical emergency. In this webinar CIRS will explore the regulation further, detail the information required for the submission and provide insights from our practical experience dealing with such notifications.
From Apr 25th to 27th, CIRS attended the WAC 2022 and was proud to speak at the conference regarding the adhesive and sealant product compliance in China. This international event, held in Chicago, IL, took place at Hilton Chicago downtown. Having expected to make a big slash after most travel strictions were lifted, the event holder, the Adhesive and Sealant Council (ASC) decided to invite speakers and exhibitors from all over the world. It successfully attracted 1000+ attendees and 90+ exhibitors across the industry, offering opportunities to share global market prospects, global regulatory insights, sustainability strategies and practices, advanced solutions and applications and cutting-edge research progress.
On 19th of April 2022, European Coatings Podcast spoke with Li Xiang (Business Manager) and Bryan Zhou (Senior Consultant) from CIRS Europe about chemical legislation in China. First, Li Xiang gives insights into what companies should consider, when they want to get active on the Market in China. He looks back at the history of chemical legislation in China and expands on China REACH and its similarities and differences to European REACH. Furthermore, Bryan Zhou explains dangerous good transport as well as national VOC standards and biocide legislation in China. Finally, our speakers give an outlook on what changes to chemical regulations in China are to be expected in 2022.
On behalf of CIRS Group, Mr. Li Xiang, the Business Development Manager of CIRS Europe will attend and speak at the 3rd Product Substance Management & Regulatory Compliance Summit held on Apr 28th & 29th 2022 at Brussels, Belgium. The event will bring Industry to industry experience exchange and highly researched case studies with top level of the industry leaders and experts.
CIRS are delighted to announce that Mr. Xiang Li and Mr. Dean Winder of the CIRS Europe team will be exhibiting at ChemUK 2022. This is the first time in over two years that our European colleagues will have the opportunity to travel internationally to attend such an event. CIRS will also present the most recent Asian Chemical Regulations on stage 4 at 4pm on Wednesday the 11th of May.