Program

Wednesday June 19th, 2019

08:00-10:00
Session 5: Chemical control legislation in South-East Asia
Chair
NN*, NN
25’
Thailand - Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, MSDS, existing and new substances, etc)
Somsri Suwanjaras, Department of Industrial Works Thailand
25’
Malaysia – The current status of chemical legislations including new guidelines
Kamitha Maheswaran, Department of Occupational Safety & Health Malaysia
20’
Vietnam - Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, MSDS, existing and new substances, etc) and aspects of GHS
Viet Thang Le, Vietnam Chemicals Agency
20’
Indonesia - Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, MSDS, existing and new substances, etc) and Halal regulations  
NN*, Ministry of Industry Indonesia
30’
Laos, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia - Overview on chemical control legislation (labelling, SDS, existing and new substances, etc) including lessons learned by industry in implementing and complying with relevant regulations in Asia-Pacific
Caroline Li, ExxonMobil
10:00-10:30
Coffee break
10:30-12:00
Session 6: Chemical control legislation in Australia, New Zealand, India and Eurasian Economic Union
Chair
NN*, NN
40’
Australia and New Zealand– overview on chemical control legislation
NN*, NN
25’
India Chemical Management and Product Regulation
NN*, NN
25’
Eurasian Economic Union
Ekaterina Vinogradova,
CIS Center
12:00-12:45
Q&A on Asia Pacific
Chair: NN*, NN
All speakers from session 5 and 6
12:45-13:45
Lunch break
13:45–15:45
Session 7: Roundtable on enforcement
Chair
NN*, NN
30’
Enforcement in Europe; best practices and focus areas
Stefan Frenzel*, ECHA-FORUM
20’
Enforcement in Korea
Jihyun Lee, Ministry of Environment
25’
How can industry prepare for an inspection
NN*, NN
25’
Compliance and enforcement in the Asia Pacific region; lessons learned by industry
Jeff Li, P&G
20’
Interactive roundtable discussion
15:45-16:15
Coffee break
16:15-18:15
Session 8: Chemical Control legislation in The Americas
Chair
NN*, NN
30’
Overview of amendments of TSCA including an outline of recent TSCA rule makings;
  • Prioritization rule
  • Evaluation rule
Mark Herwig, United
Technologies Corporation
25’
Canada – Canadian Chemicals Management Plan and other relevant regulations
Dan Bastien, Intertek
45’
Overview of emerging chemical control legislation (labelling, SDS, new substances, etc) in Latin America and an industry view on how to achieve regulatory consistency and simplification
NN*, NN
20’
Panel Discussion
18:15
End of Sessions - Day 2
*...to be invited or not yet confirmed