Programme

  1. Session 2: Developments elsewhere in Asia ctd...
  2. The Philippines: regulatory updates

    Teresita B. Corpuz Teresita B. Corpuz
    Manager/Consultant, TERECOR Environmental Health & Safety Consultancy Services
  3. Vietnam: regulatory updates

    Nhat Nguyen Nhat Nguyen
    Chief Analyst, Chemical Watch
  4. Regulatory scenario in India

    • Chemical regulations in India at a glance
    • Recent regulatory developments & anticipated developments
    • National Action Plan on Chemicals
    • How environmental regulations affect the chemical industry in India
    Tavinder Sidhu Tavinder Sidhu
    Partner, MV Kini
  5. Q&A

  6. Refreshments

  7. Australia: regulatory updates

    • Australia is reforming its regulation of industrial chemicals
    • How will the new regulatory scheme work
    Vince Pacecca Vince Pacecca
    Chief Scientific Officer, Risk Management Technologies (RMT), Australia
  8. New Zealand: regulatory updates

    Allan Freeth Allan Freeth
    Chief Executive, Environmental Protection Authority
  9. Q&A

  10. Industry panel session: global regulatory drivers

    Cissie Yeung Cissie Yeung
    Product Regulatory Manager APME - Downsteam, Shell Eastern Petroleum
    Gil Perez Gil Perez
    Global Product Stewardship, Global SK-II, Global Chemicals Management, Procter & Gamble International Operations Singapore SA Branch
    Vivek Veerbhan Vivek Veerbhan
    Head-Regulatory Affairs & Government Relations, Lonza India Pvt.Ltd
  11. Q&A

  12. Lunch

  13. Session 3: global developments
  14. UK Brexit: What happens now and how to get prepared?

    via pre-recorded video

    Jean-Philippe Montfort Jean-Philippe Montfort
    Partner, Mayer Brown
  15. Q&A

  16. REACH post 2018

    Mercedes Vinas Mercedes Vinas
    Head of Unit C1 – Dossier Submission and PIC, ECHA
  17. KKDIK Turkish REACH-like Regulation

    Hilal Sevinc Hilal Sevinc
    Senior Consultant, RGS Turkey
  18. Q&A

  19. Refreshments

  20. Session 4: other developments
  21. Global data sharing

    Willi Muenninghoff Willi Muenninghoff
    Global Business Development Director, REACH Centrum SA
  22. Emergency telephone regulations in Asia-Pacific and the new CEFIC guidelines for Level 1 (telephone-based) chemical emergency response

    • Current and anticipated future regulations in Asia-Pacific covering the provision of emergency telephone numbers on Safety Data Sheets and transport documents
    • The key features of the ideal Level 1 emergency response provision according to the CEFIC guidelines
    • Why the CEFIC guidelines are just as relevant in Asia-Pacific as they are in Europe
    Giles Hobson Giles Hobson
    Business Manager, National Chemical Emergency Centre
  23. Q&A

  24. Close of event

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