21. Apr 2021 | ONLINE
EC WebForum Regulations - Navigating chemical legislation in Asia
Update on latest Japanese, Korean and Chinese legal requirements.
About the webforum
It is not always easy to comply with all regulations on the domestic market. Compliance gets even more difficult when trading with other countries or expanding into new markets. Asia-Pacific is an important region for the global paints and coatings industry. In this virtual event we take a look at chemical regulation in three of the most important markets here.
Many coatings manufacturers are active on the Chinese market. Since the beginning of the year, the new China REACH is in force and enterprises which manufacture or export new chemicals into China need to comply with the new regulatory requirements. Get an update and learn what needs to be taken into consideration.
Another large market for paints and coatings is Japan. Event participants learn more about the unique conditions of the Japanese chemical legislation. Even though neighbouring South Korea is much smaller, it still is the fourth largest coatings market in Asia-Pacific. Hear the latest developments in chemical regulation in Korea - from K-REACH to the biocide regulation K-BPR to Korean Occupational Safety and Health Act K-OSHA.
Welcome and introduction
Vanessa Bauersachs, Vincentz Network
Emi Nomoto, SCC Scientific Consulting Company Japan, Japan
Dieter Drohmann, Chemservice, Germany
Li Xiang, Chemical Inspection & Regulation Service (CIRS), Ireland
Live online video discussion groups
Meet the Experts
Agenda subject to change.
SCC Scientific Consulting Company Japan
Emi Nomoto is a Chemical Regulatory Consultant at the SCC Scientific Consulting Company Japan and has many years of experience in the field of chemical regulation. Before joining SCC, she has worked at Covance and Envigo and Sumika Chemical Analysis Service. Her specialities include regulatory business, regulatory compliance, legal regulation and documents to be submitted. SCC Japan is a consulting company which key activities include helping non-Japanese companies achieve product conformity to Japanese regulatory requirements.
Dr Dieter Drohmann holds a PhD in geosciences and has more than 25 years of experience in regulatory affairs, international chemical control legislation and advocacy work. In 2007, he founded the Chemservice group of companies, a regulatory affairs consultancy acting as technical advisor, third-party representative and sole agent for the chemical industry and its value chain. Chemservice is a founding member of the Only Representative Organization (ORO), of which Dr. Dieter Drohmann was elected president. He has participated in several REACH implementation groups, chaired various chemical sector groups, and served on cross-industry committees on chemicals in products and articles.
Chemical Inspection & Regulation Service (CIRS)
Mr. Li Xiang is based in CIRS European office in Ireland. Li obtained his B.A. in Business and Legal studies from the Technological University Dublin (Formerly DIT). Li has been living in Europe over 15 years, before he joined CIRS, he has many years’ experience in practical law and business law in Ireland. He now leads many projects involving China REACH and Korea REACH with CIRS Europe. With his excellent public speaking skills, he also provides webinars and speeches on Asian chemical regulations both online and at conferences.
Who should attend
The WebForum will be highly interesting for Compliance managers, regulatory affairs managers, product stewardship professionals, product safety professionals, quality control executives and environment or sustainability managers.
Fees & services
21st April 2021 | 14:00 - 16:30 h
|225 €||EC WebForum Regulations
|| Participation fee
Stated participation fees are net prices. They include three virtual live talks, materials for reference as well as access to online discussion groups after the conference.
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