1. Welcome

    Sok-Han Ng Sok-Han Ng
    Senior Regulatory and Compliance Analyst, Enhesa Product Intelligence
  3. Changes to the New Zealand cosmetics regulation

    • proposed changes to cosmetics regulation in New Zealand; and
    • current status and next steps
    Dr Shaun Presow Dr Shaun Presow
    Manager Hazardous Substances Reassessments, Environmental Protection Authority (EPA), New Zealand
  4. China ingredient submission updates

    • cosmetic ingredient management in China; 
    • new cosmetic ingredient registration requirements;
    • how to process NMPA submissions for existing cosmetic ingredients; and
    • practical case analysis 
    Bryan Zhou Bryan Zhou
    Deputy General Manager, CIRS Europe
  5. ASEAN cosmetic directive

    • why was ASEAN cosmetic directive established?;
    • details of ASEAN regulatory framework; and
    • ASEAN PIF and claims guideline
    Priyanka Bhat Priyanka Bhat
    Regional Director Regulatory Affairs & Quality Management Shiseido APAC, Shiseido
  6. India's cosmetic regulatory framework

    • outline of cosmetic regulations in India;
    • cosmetic products standards; and
    • cosmetic claims guidance.
    Arshdeep Joshi Arshdeep Joshi
    Director – Regulatory Affairs & Product Safety, SAMEA, Fragrance & beauty, Givaudan
  7. Q&A session

  8. Break for 30 minutes

  10. Accelerating the global transition to animal-free safety assessment

    • Next Generation Risk Assessment (NGRA) paradigm shift;
    • animal-free safety assessment of cosmetics and their ingredients; and
    • challenges & opportunities
    Gavin Maxwell Gavin Maxwell
    Director, Safety Science Advocacy Lead, SEAC, Unilever
  11. Safe & sustainable innovation

    Increasing the regulatory use of modern science for better protection of people and the environment:

    • consumer and stakeholder expectations – ingredients & products that everyone can trust;
    • regulatory modernisation – maximising the opportunity to apply leading edge safety & sustainability science; and
    • regulatory science – strengthening our capabilities to be future-fit
    Dr Julia Fentem Dr Julia Fentem
    Global Head of Safety, Environmental & Regulatory Sciences, Unilever
  12. Introduction to the IFRA Standards and the latest Amendment

    • IFRA Standards - the voluntary self-regulatory approach of the fragrance industry;
    • how the Standards are set; and
    • a summary of the key elements of the latest change to the Standards in the 51st Amendment.
    Dr Matthias Vey Dr Matthias Vey
    VP Scientific Affairs, IFRA - The International Fragrance Association
    Jennifer Dorts Jennifer Dorts
    Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Manager, IFRA - The International Fragrance Association
  13. Q&A session

  14. Break for 30 minutes

  16. Revision of the EU cosmetic Regulation: changes, impacts and workplan

    • the presentation will briefly outline the most recent legislative developments for cosmetic products, such as fragrance allergens labelling; and 
    • the main topic will be the forthcoming proposal on the targeted revision of the Cosmetics Regulation, such as future restrictions on most harmful chemicals such as endocrine disruptors, digital labelling, the future of the scientific committee, enforcement and other possible changes. 
    Hans Ingels Hans Ingels
    Head of Unit Bio-economy, Chemicals and Cosmetics DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, European Commission
  17. Revision and consultation of cosmetics regulation

    • Cosmetics Europe positioning on the forthcoming proposal for a targeted revision of the cosmetics regulation;
    • impact on cosmetics companies; and
    • industry positioning and the process going forward.   
    Emma Trogen Emma Trogen
    Deputy Director General, Cosmetics Europe
  18. Q&A session

  19. Lunch break

  20. Enhesa Product service presentation and platform demo

  21. Welcome back


    Sok-Han Ng Sok-Han Ng
    Senior Regulatory and Compliance Analyst, Enhesa Product Intelligence
  22. EU Green Deal and chemical strategy: which implications for cosmetic products

    • mapping of regulations impacting cosmetic products;
    • the EU Green Deal and the circular economy action plan: overview of environmental regulations under development, with a focus on green claims; and
    • the chemical strategy and its impacts on cosmetic products; with a focus on CLP revision
    Sybille Millet Sybille Millet
    Regulatory Affairs Manager, COSMED
  23. Beyond the European cosmetics regulation

    • important regulatory developments impacting the cosmetics industry;
    • the REACH regulation: in-market controls and current restriction projects; and
    • Extended Producer Responsibility, and product ecodesign: new developments related to the EU Green Deal and national provisions to watch
    Dr Frédéric Lebreux Dr Frédéric Lebreux
    Chief Executive Officer, Biorius
  24. Q&A session

  25. Break for 20 minutes

  27. Regulatory Overview: Cosmetics in the Middle East

    • Current and future cosmetics regulations in the following countries: 
      • GCC  
      • Egypt  
      • Jordan
      • UAE
      • Pakistan 
    Michael S. Wenk Michael S. Wenk
    Senior Manager – Product Risk and Registration, Global Product Risk, Vanderbilt Global Services, LLC
  28. Israel's import reform

    • the legislative changes and their purpose; and 
    • implications to businesses.  
    Shimshon Roth Shimshon Roth
    Regulatory and Compliance Analyst, Enhesa Product
  29. Q&A session

  30. Close of day one

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