The 2nd Shanghai Summit Meeting on Chemical Regulations in China, Korea and Japan 2012 (The 2nd Shanghai Che)

Venue: WYNDHAM Hotels, 2288 Pudong Avenue, Shanghai, China

Location: Shanghai, China

Event Date/Time: Oct 24, 2012 End Date/Time: Oct 25, 2012
Registration Date: Oct 18, 2012
Early Registration Date: Oct 01, 2012
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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 2nd “2012 Shanghai Summit Meeting on Chemical Regulations in China, Korea and Japan”. The topics of this summit include chemical registrations in China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Europe, risk assessment, GHS implementation and supervision of the import and export of chemicals in China, Korea and Japan. 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.
Last year, more than 200 delegates have participated in this summit. We sincerely look forward to your attendance again! We feel through your involvement in the summit, we can come closer to achieving our goal.

Your sincerely,

Summit Organizing Committee
Chemical Inspection & Regulation Service (CIRS)
Korea Testing & Research Institute (KTR)
Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI)

Summary of Summit
During this summit, chemical regulatory authorities from China, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Europe 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, Japan and Taiwan;

gain plenty of opportunity to talk face to face to the competent authorities of the three countries and raise their challenges;