This online training course will give you valuable and up to date information on the management of cosmetic ingredients and finished cosmetic products in China. Course subject matter will include sections on the Inventory of Existing Cosmetic Ingredients in China (IECIC), new cosmetic ingredients and cosmetics compliance under the Cosmetics Supervision and Administration Regulations (CSAR), and a look at important secondary regulations.
On 29 June 2020, China’s State Council issued the CSAR (National Order No 727), signifying that China has entered a new era of cosmetic regulation innovation. Quickly completing pre-market access and entering the Chinese market will become a challenge for foreign enterprises. The Chinese National Market Product Administration (NMPA) established a complete supervisory system for cosmetics to ensure safe use and promote the healthy development of the industry.
This course will provide the latest information on the basic framework of regulations covering Chinese cosmetics, and let you know how to get your products onto the market there. It will also help you identify your pre-registration and post-registration obligations under the new regulations, and highlight what needs to be registered, as well as the general registration procedure and its data requirements.
Ms April Guo, General Manager, Personal and Home Care Division, CIRS Group China
Ms Brenda Lou, District Manager, CIRS Group China
9:00-11:00 BST, 6 September 2021
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By attending this course, you will learn about:
- the regulation's scope, its notification body and the new concepts that go with it;
- management requirements for existing and new raw materials;
- application procedures, data requirements, data exemptions, registration and
- post-registration and filing obligations;
- transitional measures for the management of existing raw materials;
- the cosmetics regulatory framework and competent authority;
- transitional measures between the old and new cosmetics regulations;
- how the old and new regulations compare and improvements to the new regulations – including the classification, pre-and post-market obligations, procedures, testing and data requirements, efficacy evaluation, etc;
- how to avoid animal testing;
- quality management and adverse reaction monitoring and evaluation;
- cosmetic labelling rules and claim requirements.
What can you expect from the course?
- An outline of the new policy on cosmetic ingredients in China.
- An understanding of the regulatory requirements on products and following actions.
- Information on whether it is a good time to start a new cosmetic ingredient registration and filing – by better understanding the pre- and post-registration/filing obligations for an ingredient supplier and domestic responsible person.
- An outline of a testing strategy for a new cosmetic ingredient registration and filing.
- How to identify the cosmetic types.
- What to do during the transition period.
- How to qualify for a waiver from animal testing.
- An understanding of the new labelling requirements – essential for a company export strategy.
- An outline of pre-and post-market obligations.
- An outline of dossier requirements for registering cosmetics under the new regulation.
- Learn how to carry out an efficacy evaluation based on the efficacy claims.