Fecc’s webinar on “Guidelines on new chemical Substance Registration and Countermeasure Proposals in China”
Fecc's webinar on "Guidelines on new chemical Substance Registration and Countermeasure Proposals in China"
30 October - 11:00h - 12:00h CET
Co-hosted with CIRS Group.
Registration fees: The event is free of charge for Fecc members (please contact the Fecc Secretariat to get your discount code).
Non- members: 100 EUR.
Preamble (housekeeping remarks & anti-trust reminder): Dorothee Arns, Director General, Fecc
Presentation: Judy Li, Regulatory Consultant, Chemical Legislation Compliance Dept, CIRS China
- Overview of the Chemical Regulations in China
- Interpretations of the Guideline on New Chemical Substance Registration (Public Consultation Version)
- Regulatory Challenges and Countermeasure Proposals
About the speaker:
Ms. Judy Li has a deep research into chemical regulations in EU and Asia Pacific regions, with rich experience in new chemical substance registration in China and regulatory compliance consultancy in other international markets. She specializes in regulation tracking, data gap analysis, formulating product registration strategies as well as chemical risk assessment. She has assisted dozens of multinational chemical/pharmaceutical companies on product compliance programs and to obtain regulatory approvals in multiple regions.
About CIRS Group:
Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service (CIRS) is a leading product safety and regulatory affairs consulting firm established in 2007. With its headquarters based in Hangzhou China and subsidiaries or laboratories located in Ireland, the United States, Korea, Beijing, Nanjing, and Ningbo, CIRS utilizes its technical expertise, various resources and global network to offer a combined scientific, regulatory and project management expertise in the regulatory fields of chemicals, biocides, pesticides, cosmetics, food and medical device.