Programme

  1.  

    Moderator

    David Dillon David Dillon
    Senior Regulatory and Compliance Analyst, Chemical Watch
  2. Registration

  3. Keynote  Regulatory Cooperation at the OECD level in the near and medium-term

    • What are current collaborative activities of countries at the OECD on: 
      • The evolution of risk assessment
      • Risk management
      • Data exchange
      • Capacity building
    • What are medium term prospects of future collaborative work?
    Bob Diderich Bob Diderich
    Head of Division, Environment Directorate, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
  4. Taiwan Chemical Management: From TW REACH to Enforcement

    In this session, Ken Liu, ERM will provide us with updates on:
    - Environmental regulations: TWREACH/Pesticides/Toxic & concerned chemicals
    - Challenges for the industry

    Ken Liu Ken Liu
    Principal Consultant, ERM Taiwan
  5. Regulatory Developments and Updates in South Korea

    Junho Lee Junho Lee
    Director, CIRS Group Korea, South Korea
  6. Regulatory Developments and Updates in China

    •    Overall chemical Regulation Framework in China
    •    Exemption, Notification, Registration of Substances under MEE Order No. 12
    •    Suggestions for the processing of registrations

    Dr Hui Wang Hauenstein Dr Hui Wang Hauenstein
    Global Regulatory Affairs, Knoell Germany
  7. Turkish REACH and Chemical Legislations in Turkey

    • KKDIK key provisions and registration process
    • Turkish SEA (CLP) and SDS obligations
    • Latest news from Turkish MoEUCC
    • Foreseeable challenges and tips to consider
    Hilal Sevinc Hilal Sevinc
    Deputy Director, RGS Turkey
  8. Q&A

  9. Refreshments

  10. India REACH: Updates of the Indian Chemical Management and Safety Rules (CMSR)

    • Chemical regulatory framework in India and its relations with the ICMSR
    • The overall approach of the system established un the ICMSR
    • Notification, Registration, and Restriction of Substances
    • Compliance strategies for Indian and oversea companies
    Shisher Kumra Shisher Kumra
    Executive Director, GPC Group
  11. AICIS- An overview

    • Overview on different introduction categories
    • How is the indicative risk analysis made
    • Application types and required documentation.
    Wiebke Sossinka Wiebke Sossinka
    Dipl. Environmental Scientist, Regulatory Affairs Chemicals - non-EU, knoell Germany
  12. Q&A

  13. Lunch Break

  14. Chemical Watch Demo

    Greg Harrop-Griffiths Greg Harrop-Griffiths
    International Business Development Manager, Chemical Watch
  15. Afternoon sessions

  16. Updates on TSCA

    • TSCA risk evaluations
    • New Chemical Review under TSCA
    • Risk Management Proposal  
    • New Approach Methodologies
    Lynn L. Bergeson Lynn L. Bergeson
    Managing Partner, Bergeson & Campbell, United States
  17. State level USA highlights

    • Chemical restrictions in various products including cosmetic, packaging, textile, and other consumer and industrial products
    • Other regulatory issues relating to cosmetic
    • Extended producer responsibilities for batteries, packaging products, textile
    • “Advanced recycling” - the conversion of post-use polymers and recovered feedstocks into basic hydrocarbon raw materials, feedstocks, chemicals, and other products through pyrolysis, gasification, depolymerization, catalytic cracking, hydrogenation, solvolysis, etc.
    Nhat Nguyen Nhat Nguyen
    Chief Analyst, Chemical Watch
  18. Q&A

  19. Refreshments

  20. Canada's Volatile Organic Compound Concentration Limits for Certain Products Regulations

    • The purpose of the  Volatile Organic Compound Concentration Limits for Certain Products Regulations
    • Key elements of these regulations of interest to companies that sell products into the Canadian market.   
    • Product categories and subcategories affected
    • Application of permits and building of compliance units in advance of the regulations coming into force
    Celine Tessier Celine Tessier
    Unit Head, Consumer Products Controls, Environment & Climate Change Canada
  21. Canada- Updates on CEPA Reform, The New Substances Program and handling of CBI

    •  Recent operational changes to established policies and procedures at the New Substances Program
    • Proposed changes of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 and how they will strengthen the foundation for the management of chemicals and other substances in Canada
    • The intent of the Government of Canada to release, in official publications, notifier information claimed as “Confidential Business Information”.
    Dan Bastien Dan Bastien
    Associate Director, Chemical Group, Intertek, Canada
  22. Regulatory Updates From Latin America

    • Overview on the status on the Chemical Management Regulations in the LA Region
    • Updates from Colombia and Chile Chemical Management Schemes
    • Challenges on the future Brazilian Chemical Management regulation
    • Overview on the Regulatory Cooperation Activities in Latin America
    Daniel Rios Daniel Rios
    Product Stewardship Manager - Americas and Co-Chair Latin America Regulatory Cooperation Forum - LARCF, Givaudan, Argentina
  23. Q&A

  24. Close of Conference

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