1. Coffee and Registration

  2. Session 1: Global Issues
  3. Keynote  Keynote address

    Peter Di Marco Peter Di Marco
    Managing Director and Principal Consultant, Benchmark Toxicology Services Pty Ltd
  4. Global strategies for tackling chemicals testing

    • The Science of Product Safety
    • Concept of Core Dossier for global notifications
    • The benefits of integrated data generation
    • The good use of Confidentiality Business Information for global notifications
    Matthieu Duchemin Matthieu Duchemin
    Head of CPC Expert Consultant Group and AsiaPac Regulatory Services, Envigo, United Kingdom
  5. Toxicology demystified – why it matters to non-toxicologists

    • Perception of safety risks can be emotive
    • Why safety & toxicology matters!
    • Understanding risk, hazard & exposure
    • Understanding distribution & metabolism
    • What is a safety assessment
    Keng Meng Khoo Keng Meng Khoo
    Head of Regulatory Assurance (South-East Asia), Lonza Specialty Ingredients, Lonza
  6. Q&A

  7. Refreshments

  8. Session 2: updates on practice across ASEAN
  9. Regulatory toxicological data requirements of China covering chemicals, food contact and cosmetics

    Crane Ji Crane Ji
    Global Risk Assessment and Evaluation Team, Manager, Huntsman
  10. Taiwan – hazardous chemicals management and risk assessment

    • Introduction to the chemical management scheme in Taiwan
    • Hazard assessment and risk assessment under TCSCA and OSH Act
    Ellen Lin Ellen Lin
    Chief Engineer, Safety and Health Technology Center, SAHTECH
  11. Japan – Risk Assessment concept and Regulatory Science

    • Regulatory science framework for product safety
    • Practical workflow of product safety assessment
    • State of the art concept for objective risk assessment
    Kenkichi Fujii Kenkichi Fujii
    Director, Regulatory Science, R&D-Safety Science, Kao Corporation
  12. Q&A

  13. Lunch

  14. South Korea – risk assessment for high risk Products and safety standards and labelling

    • Introduction to the Consumer Chemical Products and Biocides Safety Act (K-BPR) in Korea
    • Management system of the consumer chemical products in Korea
    • Risk assessment for the safety standards of the consumer products in K-BPR
    JinYong Kim JinYong Kim
    Senior Researcher, Ph.D., Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute (KEITI)
  15. Hazardous chemicals management and risk assessment in Malaysia – an update

    Hazlina Yon Hazlina Yon
    Director, Chemical Management Division, Department of Safety and Health
  16. Toxicological Risk Assessment: practice from an industry company in China

    • Risk assessment under New Chemical Substance Registration in China
    • Screening risk assessment
    Crane Ji Crane Ji
    Global Risk Assessment and Evaluation Team, Manager, Huntsman
  17. Q&A

  18. Refreshments

  19. Australia – risk assessment methods used by the authorities

    • At its most basic level the use of toxicology in risk assessment is a scientific basis for making decisions about chemical use and chemical approval.  
    • With time, regulation and social development the decision making process evolves to match societal expectations.  
    • This presentation will explain current science policy and risk assessment practice in Australia.
    John Frangos John Frangos
    Principal Toxicologist and Risk Assessor, CDM Smith
  20. Labelling and post-marketing regulatory aspects of labelling in Australia

    • Label warnings on chemical products as a key part of risk management, and the two such systems operating in Australia.
    • The Globally Harmonised System (GHS) of pictograms and warning statements
    • Label warnings on products available to the public via retail outlets, how these are determined and harmonised by the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons (SUSMP, or Poisons Standard)
    Brian Priestly Brian Priestly
    Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health & Preventive Medicine, Monash University
  21. Europe – risk assessment and the REACH Regulation

    • Risk assessment under REACH
    • Hazard: Comparison between REACH and CLP
    • Exposure considerations (Thresholds, calculated and measured values)
    Thomas Berbner Thomas Berbner
    Director Business Development Industrial Chemicals EMEA, Knoell Germany GmbH
  22. Q&A

  23. Close of Day One