Interested to be a sponsor? >Click here

Partners of ChemCon Asia 2017:





Summary

ChemCon Asia 2017 took place in Beijing, China from June 19th to 23rd, 2017. 250 experts from 29 countries representing more than 130 companies, authorities and associations have attended the conference and contributed to the exchange of experiences and discussion about regulatory affairs around the globe.

The week started with an exciting Monday program; first a workshop on New Chemical Notification in China, followed by an in-depth seminar on Global approach to new chemicals, polymers and biocides. In the afternoon, another in-depth seminar focusing on Korea.

During the conference sessions, a variety of aspects of international chemical control legislation around the globe was discussed. Hands on topics related to Chinese, Korean and other key developments in Asia, as well as European REACH and Australian and Unites States updates were of high relevance to the audience.

Up-to-date information on current and emerging chemical control legislation in the Asia-Pacific (e.g. Australia, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines and Vietnam), The Americas (e.g. USA, Canada and Brazil), and as well as Europe (e.g. EU, Russia and Turkey) were highlighted and discussed. As always practical advice and lessons learned by industry were well received, since they show how to act within the legal frameworks set. Both authorities and industry shared their views on global risk assessment approaches. Furthermore, there was a focus on other control legislation also relevant for the chemical industry like cosmetics, food contact, nanomaterials, ROHS and transport. Moreover, we looked into relevant approaches for a more sustainable future of the chemical industry like digitalisation and circular economy. Also, emergency prevention and response practices, supply chain communication and transparency and downstream user requirements and experiences were shared by industry.


Highlights
  • Authority presentations on Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Philippines in one session!
  • China: updates and developments on the regulations
  • Taiwanese legal framework for chemical control legislation
  • Korea overview of other relevant Chemical legislation (CCA, OSHA, ....) and the impact of Biocides regulation on K-REACH and industry
  • Laos, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia - Overview on chemical control legislation
  • Australia – Overview on chemical control legislation
  • Brazil - Overview on chemical control legislation
  • USA - Overview, Interpretation and Direction of the modernized TSCA
  • USA - New Chemicals, CBI and Existing Chemicals Risk Evaluation
  • Canada - Canadian Chemicals Management Plan –CMP3
  • Turkey – update on Turkish REACH (KKDIK)
  • Russia and surrounding states – Overview on chemical control legislation
  • Overview of global notification systems
  • Practical guidance to MITI-numbers
  • REACH authorization processes and experiences
  • Your REACH Registration under scrutiny, is your substance of concern?
  • Case study: Impact on authorization/restriction of a potential carcinogenicity classification of poorly soluble non-toxic substances
  • Global Hazard communication and SDS
  • Global Liability; Data available under REACH and the global impact of that availability
  • Business examples of Confidential Business Information (CBI) in new chemical notifications in Europe, The Americas and Asia-Pacific; what becomes available
  • Global supply chain transparency initiatives
  • Cosmetics – included/excluded in various legislation (new chemical, GHS, banned/approved lists); animal testing, etc.
Countries covered

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Chili, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, PR China, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Uruguay, USA, Vietnam ...




Proceedings

The USB Handbook with the papers and presentations of the topics covered in the conference's sessions is available for € 300, - plus € 25, - for shipment (and 20% VAT where applicable) by sending an order e-mail to officeREMOVE@chemconREMOVE.net or download USB Order Form. Payment has to be made in advance by credit card (Visa, Master Card or Amex).


ChemCon Conferences © 2017. HaskoningDHV Nederland B.V. All Rights Reserved. Copyright & Disclaimer
P.O. Box 151, 6500 AD Nijmegen, The Netherlands | Tel: +31 (0)88 348 88 88 | Email: officeREMOVE@chemconREMOVE.net | YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ChemConConferences