Program

Thursday NOV 15th, 2018

08:30-10:00
Session 8: Chemical control legislation in China and Japan
Chair
Rainbow Zhang, Intertek
25’
Overview of Regulations on the Management of Chemical Substances and updates and development and revision of the New Chemical Substance Notification (NCSN) scheme, Order No. 7 » Download (3.06MB)
Robert Kiefer, REACH24H
20’
New Chemical Substance Notification scheme – case studies     » Download (1.39MB)[updated 14 Nov]
Alex Li, LANXESS China
20’
Relevant regulatory framework in China for industry – Updates and developments » Download (2.23MB)
Caroline Li, ExxonMobil
25’
Japan – Overview of the key chemical control legislation with a focus on the Japan Priority assessment chemical substances and their impact     » Download (4.46MB)
Hitoshi Nanimoto, National Institute of Technology and Evaluation
10:00-10:30
Coffee break
10:30-12:00
Session 9: Chemical control legislation in Asia Pacific
Chair
Rainbow Zhang, Intertek
25’
Australia and New Zealand – Overview on chemical control legislation     » Download (1.66MB)
Paul Lloyd, Verisk 3E
20’
Thailand – Overview on chemical control legislation     » Download (2.39MB)
Somsri Suwanjaras, Department of Industrial Works Thailand
25’
Malaysia – The current status of chemical legislations including new guidelines    


» Download (4.16MB)[updated 14 Nov]
Noraita Tahir, Department of Occupational Safety & Health Malaysia
20’
Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam – Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, SDS, existing and new substances, etc) » Download (1.51MB)
Caroline Li, ExxonMobil
12:00-12:45
Q&A on Asia Pacific
Chair: Rainbow Zhang, Intertek
All speakers from session 8 and 9
12:45-13:45
Lunch break
13:45-15:45
Session 10: Closing the loops – expectations and challenges
Chair
Christian Gründling, FCIO
25’
How to track new and updated regulations – including how to communicate regulatory information throughout your business (internally and externally) » Download (1.63MB)
Guy Verbiest, Honeywell
25’
Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM) – Now And Beyond 2020 » Download (1.94MB)
Volker Soballa, Evonik
25’
Benefits of using bioelution testing in hazard characterisation and classification of complex mixtures (including alloys, secondary raw materials, by-products and waste) » Download (2.88MB)[updated 15 Nov]
Rüdiger V. Battersby, EBRC
25’
Waste handling and recycling transparency in the supply chain – business examples » Download (2.39MB)
Bart Vander Velpen, Royal HaskoningDHV
20’
Interactive roundtable discussion
15:45-16:15
Coffee break
16:15-18:15
Session 11: Global approach to new chemicals, polymers and food contact materials
Chair
Christian Gründling, FCIO
25’
Compare/contrast new chemical notification systems: chemicals » Download (1.47MB)[updated 14 Nov]
Karon Armstrong, 3M (retired) presented by Alex Li
25’
Compare/contrast new chemical notification systems: polymers     » Download (2.44MB)[updated 14 Nov]
Alex Li, LANXESS China
25’
Compare/contrast global food contact regulations     » Download (2.50MB)
Sarah Saminadin-Peter, Intertek
25’
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
» Download (3.51MB)[updated 15 Nov]
Joyce Borkhoff, Intertek
20’
Panel discussion
 
18:15
End of sessions - Day 3