Program

Thursday Feb 08th, 2018

08:30-10:00
Session 9: Chemical control legislation in China and Japan
25’
Overview of Regulations on the Management of Chemical Substances and updates and development in the New Chemical Substance Notification (NCSN) scheme    
Hongying Liu, Solid Waste and Chemicals Management Center Ministry of Environmental Protection China
20’
New Chemical Substance Notification scheme - case studies    
Eric Xiong, CIRS
20’
Relevant regulatory framework in China for industry - Updates and developments
Renée Liang, REACH24H
25’
Japan - Overview of the key chemical control legislation    
Hitoshi Nanimoto,
National Institute of Technology and Evaluation Japan
10:00-10:30
Coffee break
10:30-12:00
Session 10: Chemical control legislation in South-East Asia and India
25’
Malaysia - Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, MSDS, existing and new substances, etc) and aspects of GHS    
NN*, Department of Occupational Safety & Health Malaysia
20’
Thailand – Overview on chemical control legislation    
Somsri Suwanjaras, Department of Industrial Works Thailand
25’
Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam - Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, SDS, existing and new substances, etc)
NN*
20’
India Chemical Management and Product Regulation
Vinay Bhardwaj, SABIC
12:00-12:45
Q&A on Asia
All speakers from session 9 and 10
12:45-13:45
Lunch break
13:45-15:45
Session 11: Chemical control legislation in Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan and Russia
25’
Australia – overview on chemical control legislation    
NN*
20’
New Zealand – overview on chemical control legislation
Vinay Bhardwaj, SABIC
35’
Taiwanese legal framework for chemical control legislation (Toxic Chemical Substances Control Act, Taiwan Labor Safety and Health Act)    
Jowitt Li, SAHTECH
20’
Russia and surrounding states – Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, MSDS, existing and new substances, etc) and aspects of GHS
Natalia Druzhinina, CIS Center
20’
Panel discussion
 
15:45-16:15
Coffee break
16:15-18:15
Session 12: Global approach to new chemicals and polymers
30’
Compare/contrast new chemical notification systems: chemicals
Karon Armstrong, 3M
30’
Compare/contrast new chemical notification systems: polymers
NN*
30’
Data requirements and development of a global test program;
Industry examples of implementing a global test program;
Re-using test data between different notification systems
Joyce Borkhoff, Intertek
30’
Panel discussion
 
18:15
End of Conference Sessions
*...to be invited or not yet confirmed