Programme

  1. Session 2 – Developments elsewhere in Asia (cont'd)
  2. Current Status and Proposed Changes of Chemical Control Legislation in Thailand

    • Hazardous Substance Act 
    • Substance under List 5.6
    • Thailand's existing chemical inventory
    • Proposed changes
    Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai
    Asia-Pacific Business Development & Regulatory Policy Director, knoell, Thailand
  3. Vietnam: new chemical control legislation

    • Update on the legislation system on chemical management in Vietnam.
    • Introduction of the Decree 113/2017/ND-CP guiding the implementation of the Law on Chemicals, issued on 09/10/2017 and come into force on 25/11/2017 (replacing all of the current regulation on chemical management in Vietnam).
    • Introduction of the Project for setting up national chemicals database and inventory.
    Le Viet Thang Le Viet Thang
    Deputy Head of Convention and International Cooperation Division, Vietnam Chemicals Agency
  4. Regulatory scenario in India

    • Rules and Regulations that govern chemical management!
    • Trade regulations & Chemical regulations
    • REACH ,National action Plan for chemicals, Dangerous Goods (Classification, Packaging & Labelling )
    Rajesh Ramamurthy Rajesh Ramamurthy
    Vice President/Head, Product Stewardship Asia, Archroma India (Pvt) Ltd
  5. Q&A session

  6. Australia: regulatory updates

    • Australia is reforming its regulation of industrial chemicals
    • How will the new regulatory scheme work
    Brian Richards Brian Richards
    Executive Director, Office of Chemical Safety, Director, National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (NICNAS), Australian Government Department of Health, Australia
  7. Q&A session

  8. Refreshments

  9. Session 3 – Global developments
  10. REACH update

    • Current focus: REACH 2018 deadline
    • REACH after the phase-in period
    • Preparing for the future
    Laura Walin Laura Walin
    Scientific Officer, European Chemicals Agency (ECHA)
  11. Poison Centres – The Past, Present and Future

    • current poison centre landscape and how this is affected by REACH and CLP, specifically the recent update to CLP, Annex VIII, released in March 2017
    • overview of the specific country requirements focusing on the intricacies of registrations
    • how Poison Centre emergency numbers can be used and whether they are mandatory
    • updates from the harmonisation working groups on guidance and IT tools
    Jonathan Gibbard Jonathan Gibbard
    Practice Director, NCEC
  12. Q&A session

  13. Lunch

  14. U.S. TSCA Reform: Significant Global Impacts to Industry

    • Brief overview of former TSCA
    • Key changes in TSCA Reform
    • Global and Supply Chain Impacts
    • Compliance Challenges
    Stacie Abraham Stacie Abraham
    Regulatory Program Manager, Business Development & Client Solutions, Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, UL William Henry Merrill Society
  15. California Prop 65: update

    • Proposition 65 Overview for Products
    • The Prop65 Chemical List
    • Enforcement and Focus Areas
    • NSRLs/MADLs/Consent Agreements
    • New Labeling Requirements and Implications
    • How To Comply
    Michael Kirschner Michael Kirschner
    President, Design Chain Associates, LLC, United States
  16. Q&A

  17. Refreshments

  18. Session 4 – Other developments
  19. An Overview of Halal Foods in ASEAN Countries

    • Introduction of ASEAN Countries and Their Halal Status
    • General Halal Certification Requirements
    • Halal Certification under Different Jurisdictions (e.g., Brunei, Indonesia)
    David J. Ettinger David J. Ettinger
    Partner, Keller and Heckman
  20. Global data sharing

    • Global dimension
    • Data sharing under EU REACH: update on the implementation of the new data sharing regulation
    • Data sharing in China, South Korea and Turkey: Update and difficulties
    • Global data sharing: Challenges and Opportunities
    Jean-Philippe Montfort Jean-Philippe Montfort
    Partner, Mayer Brown Europe-Brussels LLP, Belgium
  21. The global and regional chemical challenges

    • What has been learnt from past incidents and market failures
    • Promising development - taking China as an example
    • Greater transparency and stronger partnerships for sound chemicals management
    Qian Cheng Qian Cheng
    Greenpeace East Asia
  22. Q&A session

  23. Close of Summit

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