Webinar: Chemical Regulations In Asia-Pacific Region

  • 01 December 2021
  • 14:00 - 15:30
  • Online, webinar
  • 149

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Webinar: Chemical Regulations In Asia-Pacific Region


The webinar “Chemical Regulations in Asia-Pacific Region” organised by CHCS &CIRS - will give a general overview of provisions and challenges of regulatory aspects for chemicals in Asia-Pacific region. The Webinar include 3 parts and will be present by 3 professionals from CIRS Europe. Approximately 30 mins each topic, with 10 mins Q&A section after each topic. Please find the headlines as follow:

Latest Updates of China Chemical Regulation Management in 2021:

  1. Framework of Chemical Regulation in China
  2. China REACH Updates – The new MEE Order No.12
  3. Safe Management of Hazardous Chemical in China
  4. New China Volatile Organic Compounds Regulation

Latest Updates of Chemical Management in Korea:

  1. Responsibility and obligation of the enterprise under K-REACH
  2. Latest full registration updates in 2021
  3. Comparation of EU REACH, K-REACH and China-REACH

Globally Harmonized System of Classification (GHS) and Labelling in Asia Countries:

  1. China GHS
  2. Japan GHS
  3. Korea SDS and KOSHA
  4. Updates on GHS in Eastern Asian Countries

Our Presenters

Bryan Zhou, Deputy General Manager, Senior Consultant in CIRS Europe
Mr. Bryan Zhou is Deputy General Manager of our European office based in Dublin, Ireland. He has been working for CIRS since 2015 after receiving his Master's degree in Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati. His extensive expertise includes EU REACH, China REACH, K-REACH, Global GHS requirements and other worldwide chemical regulation compliance knowledge. Bryan has assisted hundreds of EU companies meet regulatory compliance requirements in these regions.

Julie Harrington, Regulatory Consultant in CIRS Europe
Julie Harrington is a member of our European office based in Dublin, Ireland. She received a B. Sci. in Medicinal Chemistry from Trinity College Dublin. She has also worked within the pharmaceutical sector in the area of quality. She provides regulatory consulting services in the areas of cosmetics and industrial chemicals, drawing on her diverse scientific background.

Li Xiang, Business Development Manager
Mr. Li Xiang is based in our European office in Dublin, Ireland. Li obtained his B.A. in Business and Law from the Technological University Dublin (Formerly DIT). Li has been living in Europe for over 10 years, and has many years’ experience in practical law and business law in Ireland, bringing a wealth of legal expertise and great public speaking skills to our Business Development team.


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If you are interested in attending, but not a member of these organisations, you can JOIN CHCS and then register, free-of-charge. Further webinars on a variety of topics are also being planned.

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