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Since the outbreak of Covid-19 epidemic, disinfection products are far more widely used in daily lives in various scenarios. Enterprises have fastened their steps in new disinfection products development. To apply for a sanitary administrative license for “three new” disinfection products, related enterprises must: Judge whether your products are classified as “three new” disinfection products; Apply for notification under the requirements of Provisions on the Acceptance of Application for New Disinfection Products and the Application Guide issued by the National Health Commission. However, it is significantly difficult to notify a new disinfection product. There are uncertainties about the specific requirements, testing items, costs and application cycle for different products.
On October 11, 2021, the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) and Standardization Administration (SAC) jointly published the mandatory standard – GB27951-2021 General Requirements for Skin Disinfectant. This standard will be implemented on November 1, 2022, replacing and renaming the current standard – GB 27951-2011 Hygiene Requirements for Skin Disinfectant.
On April 12, Personal and Home Care Products Division and Agrochemicals Division in CIRS together held a free training course on the key points of disinfection products, antibacterial products and mosquito repellent products compliance in China. More than 600 people participated in this training course. CIRS Personal and Home Care Products Division has collected questions about disinfection and antibacterial products and shared as follows:
The industry currently supervises and manages the labeling instructions of disinfection products mainly based on the Standard for the Management of Labeling Instructions for Disinfection Products (2005 version), which is a regulatory document implemented as a supportive standard to Disinfection Management Measures issued by the Ministry of Health and is not a national mandatory standard to meet the current regulatory needs. Therefore, the National Health Commission and other relevant departments drew up a mandatory health standard - GB 38598-2020 General Requirement for Label and Instructions Book of Disinfection Products. The standard was released on November 17, 2020 and came effective on December 1, 2021.
Cosmetics Since the release of the Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulations (CSAR, State Order No. 727) on June 29, 2020, a series of draft secondary regulations, including ’Management Measures for Cosmetics Registration (Draft for Comments)’, ‘Management Measures for the Supervision of Cosmetics Production and Operation(Draft for Comments)’, ‘Technical Guidelines for Cosmetic Safety Evaluation(Draft for Comments)’, ‘Cosmetics Classification Rules a