1. Session 1: South America
  2. Regulatory developments from Latin America

    Daniel Rios Daniel Rios
    Global Head Chemicals Management and Compliance CoE, Givaudan
    Elisa Coghlan Elisa Coghlan
    Coordinator of the Special Programme for Strengthening National Capacities of Chemicals Management and Waste, Secretariat of Environment and Sustainable Development
  3. Q&A

  4. Session 2: Europe
  5. ECHA Priorities in 2020 and beyond

    • ECHA strategic priorities 2019-2022
    • Data quality:

    - Outcome of the 2nd report from the Commission on the operation of REACH

    -Main findings from ECHA through the ten years of performing compliance checks

    -ECHA-Commission Evaluation Joint Action Plan – “Ensuring compliance of REACH registrations”

    Christel Musset Christel Musset
    Director of Hazard Assessment, ECHA
  6. The ECHA database for SVHCs (video presentation)

    Bo Balduyck Bo Balduyck
    Project Manager, Echa, Finland
  7. Q&A

  8. Refreshments

  9. The future of REACH authorisation and Restrictions

    • Impact of recent positions by the Court of Justice, the Parliament and the Council on Authorisation
    • Review of recent restriction proposals: Scope, demonstration of unacceptable risk, grouping
    • Navigating the challenging waters of REACH risk management measures
    Jean-Philippe Montfort Jean-Philippe Montfort
    Partner, Mayer Brown Europe-Brussels LLP
  10. Brexit and the possibility of UK REACH

    • BREXIT Status and entry into force of UK REACH
    • Grandfathering of registrations and authorisations
    • Downstream User Import Notifications
    • Timelines
    • UK Only Representatives
    Frederik Johanson Frederik Johanson
    Partner, Sales, REACHLaw, Finland
  11. A UK Lawyer's perspective on Brexit and UK Chemicals Regulation: Is the UK prepared?

    Simon Tilling Simon Tilling
    Partner, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, UK
  12. Q&A

  13. Lunch

  14. Session 3: Asia

    Please choose from one of two break-out sessions for the afternoon;

    Session 3: Asia

    or Session 4: Developments elsewhere in the world



    Jeff Hafer Jeff Hafer
    Senior Regulatory Scientist, knoell USA, United States
  17. China: New developments

    • The new revisions to MEP Order 7
    Weiwei Luo Weiwei Luo
    Of Counsel at Beveridge and Diamond PC in Washington, DC
  18. South Korea: K-REACH and K-BPR

    •       K-REACH and K-BPR: Regulatory Overview
    •       K-REACH: What is next after pre-registration?
    •       K-BPR: What are the challenges and what to expect in the near future?
    Kristyn “Sookie” Hong Kristyn “Sookie” Hong
    Sr. Manager, Asia Pacific Regulatory Research, Verisk 3E, United States
  19. Taiwan

    Jeff Hafer Jeff Hafer
    Senior Regulatory Scientist, knoell USA, United States
  20. Q&A

  21. Refreshments

  22. Elsewhere in Asia including Malaysia and The Philippines

    • Malaysia: CLASS Regulation and current update for Hazardous Chemical Legislation
    • Philippines: Chemical Management Regulation and the Latest trends in the PICCS and PMPIN Process
    • Thailand: Updates on Hazardous Substance Act
    Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai
    Asia-Pacific Business Development & Regulatory Policy Lead, knoell, Thailand
  23. Q&A

  24. Close of summit