Practical guidance on South Korea's K-REACH Regulation

This new training course aims to provide a deeper understanding of K-REACH and practical guidance for foreign industry who needs to comply with K-REACH.

Those attending will also learn what needs to be prepared and how it can be prepared for direct and indirect importations of chemical substance.

Topics covered include:

  • Introduction to K-REACH
  • Korean Existing Chemical List (KECL)
  • K-REACH pre-registrations
  • Polymer registrations and exemptions under K-REACH
  • Chemical registrations and exemptions under K-REACH, including New and Joint chemical registrations
  • Chemical risk assessment under K-REACH
  • Other regulations and K-REACH – KOSHA (Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency) and CCA (Chemical Controls Act)

Who should attend:

  • Compliance/regulatory officers
  • Product registration managers
  • Toxicologists
  • Risk assessment managers
  • Lawyers
  • Consultants
  • Regulatory affairs managers
  • Occupational health professionals
  • Those working in or with South Korea

Justify your training solution to your manager

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Justify your attendance

If you'd like to hear more about the latest developments on K-REACH and K-BPR, register for the upcoming Regulatory Summit Asia, where K-REACH Regulation (South Korea) trainer Junho Lee will be presenting South Korea: Regulatory outlook and update on K-REACH and K-BPR. Find out more