Programme

Please note, timings for day one are in CST (China Standard Time)

  1. Day one welcome and introduction

    Sok-Han Ng Moderator: Sok-Han Ng
    Regulatory and Compliance Analyst, Chemical Watch
  2. Session one: Updates from Australasia
  3. Regulatory developments from New Zealand

    Representative from the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), New Zealand

    Peter Day Peter Day
    Senior Advisor, Regulatory Systems and Operational Policy, Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), New Zealand
  4. The role of overseas chemical suppliers in the Australian industrial chemicals scheme

    Jacki Kitching Jacki Kitching
    Assistant Director, Compliance Section, Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme
  5. Q&A

  6. Session two: Chemical regulations in China
  7. Regulatory developments in China

    Lila Tao Lila Tao
    Chemical Regulatory Consultant, Chemical Legislation Compliance Department, CIRS China
  8. China’s screening process for chemicals: an update on the draft technical guidelines

    Lisa Zhong Lisa Zhong
    Project Director, China National Chemical Information Center Co, Ltd
  9. Round-table  Chemical regulations in China and the outlook for 2022: an industry perspective

    Speakers include:

    Jeff Li Jeff Li
    Principal Scientist, Procter & Gamble, China
    Lingzhen Dong Lingzhen Dong
    Director-Asia Pacific Region Environmental Product Compliance and Sustainability, Johnson & Johnson, China
  10. Q&A

  11. Break and sponsor workshops

  12. Sponsor workshop from REACHLaw: India REACH

    16:00-16:30

    • India REACH: Background & Status
    • Scope & Exemption
    • Preparing for India REACH: Obligation, Data Requirement, Timeline
    • Foreign Entities & role of Authorised Representatives
    • Authority Fees
    Gagan Kumar Gagan Kumar
    Director, REACHLaw India Private Limited, India
  13. Session three: Development of regulations across other Asian countries
  14. K-REACH updates

    Junho Lee Junho Lee
    Director, CIRS Group Korea, South Korea
  15. Taiwan's chemical management: five year reviews and proposals to amend regulations

    Jowitt Li Jowitt Li
    Director, Chemical Safety, Safety and Health Technology Center (SAHTECH), Taiwan
  16. Thailand chemical management regulations and updates

    • Hazardous substance Act
    • The hazardous substance list
    • Existing chemical inventory
    •  The 2021 – updates
    Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai
    Asia-Pacific Business Development & Regulatory Policy Director, knoell, Thailand
  17. Perspectives from Japanese government and industry toward 2030 based on the well-balanced regulations and self-initiatives

    • Our goal: Sustainable safer society minimizing risks and maximizing benefit from chemicals
    • Open dialogue between Japanese main governments, leader association and leader companies on July 2nd
    • How to achieve the goal toward 2030 (post SAICM)
    Emiko Hase Emiko Hase
    Chemicals Regulatory Affairs/ SAICM Committee Secretariat, Kao Corporation, Japan
  18. Q&A

  19. Break

  20. Session four: Global regulatory cooperation
  21. Global data sharing

    Willi Muenninghoff Willi Muenninghoff
    Ramboll Deutschland GmbH, Frankfurt am Main
  22. Global regulatory cooperation: harmonised technical tools for chemical safety policy implementation

    Bob Diderich Bob Diderich
    Head of Division, Environment Directorate, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
  23. Q&A

  24. End of day one

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