Thursday, September 8, 2011

כנס ליצואני כימיקלים המעוניינים לייצא לסין קוריאה ויפן Chemical Regulations in China, Korea and Japan

2011 Shanghai Summit Meeting on Chemical Regulations in China, Korea and Japan

Dear Sir/Madam,
We would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming “2011 Shanghai Summit Meeting on Chemical Regulations in China, Korea and Japan” held in Shanghai on 3-4 November 2011.
Since the introduction of EU REACH regulation, China, Korea and Japan have revised or drafted their own chemical legislation recently to overhaul chemicals management, creating new challenges to chemical industry and regulatory authorities. In a time when chemical regulations have become more stringent at an international level, how should chemical industry respond to the increasing needs of chemical regulatory compliance in China, Korea and Japan? How do regulatory authorities strengthen their chemical safety management and seek the balance between the chemical trade and the protection of human health and environment?
CIRS, KTR and JEMAI are jointly planning the “2011 Shanghai Summit Meeting on Chemical Regulations in China, Korea and Japan” on 3-4 November 2011. This summit is aimed at assisting collaboration between the three countries, building transparent sharing of regulatory updates and enforcement measures, and promoting the safety and sustainability of chemical industry in Asia-pacific region. We sincerely look forward to your attendance at the summit! We feel through your involvement in the summit, we can come closer to achieving our goal.
Your sincerely,
Summit Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee

Host & Sponsor
Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service Group (CIRS)
Korea Testing & Research Institute(KTR)
Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI)
Partner & Co-sponsor
Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau(CIQ-Shanghai)
Ministry of Knowledge & Economy(MKE) of South Korea
Supported By
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) of the People's Republic of China
Ministry of Environmental Protection(MEP) of the People's Republic of China
The State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS) of China
Ministry of Environment(MOE) of the Republic of Korea
National Institute of Environmental Research(NIER) of MOE, South Korea
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(METI),Japan

Summary of Summit

During this summit, chemical regulatory authorities from China, South Korea and Japan are going to address all participating companies about their distinctive regulatory systems and the latest legislative development.
By attending this summit, participants could:
  • acquire the most authoritative chemical regulatory interpretation and enforcement information from China, South Korea and Japan;
  • gain an opportunity to talk face to face to the competent authorities of the three countries and raise their challenges;
  • learn from the world leading companies regarding their experiences of coping with chemical legislation in the three countries.

Who Shall Attend

  • Chief Operating Officer or Chief Technical Officer
  • Purchasing or Sourcing Manager - Chemicals
  • EHS Professionals and Consultants
  • MSDS Author and Hazard Communication Officer
  • Quality Control Manager
  • Product Safety Manager
  • Product Registration Specialist
  • Import/Export Manager - Chemicals
More information about this summit can be found on this website. Please note that this summit is a non-profit event.
We sincerely invite you to join our official LinkedIn Group to network with top experts at chemical legislation in China, Korea and Japan, and share the latest regulatory updates and enforcement measures.

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Friday, December 17, 2010

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