China implements an increasingly strict management and supervision system for chemical substances. Yet, the system is relatively fragmented – with different regulations and inventories existing for different types of chemicals, under the responsibility of different competent authorities. It is very important for EU SMEs to know which registrations they need to deal with, and which points they need to pay particular attention to for exporting their products to China.
This webinar aims to provide an overview of China’s requirements for the import and circulation of different chemicals. In particular, it will provide a detailed overview of the processes of new substance notification and hazardous chemical management, as well as other aspects such as labelling, product compliance and main market actors in China.
You can find the recorded webinar on YouTube here:
16:00 – 16:10 EU SME Centre intro
16:10 – 16:40 How to export chemical substances to China:
- Supervision background
- Regulatory system
- Regulatory object
- Supervision measures
– Sabrina Wang, REACH24H Consulting Group
16:40 – 17:00 Q&A
About the speaker: Sabrina Wang
Chemical Regulatory Affairs Consultant, REACH24H Consulting Group
Ms. Sabrina Wang is responsible for global GHS regulation tracking and hazardous management consulting, as well as Chinese dangerous goods and EHS regulation management. She has a solid understanding of the registration procedures and the latest information on regulations for the import and circulation of chemicals, and rich experience in delivering guidance and consulting services to global companies with various kinds of projects.