Free webinar: Analysis of the Guidance for New Chemical Substance Notification (draft)

If you want to download the presentation, please click here (English) or here(Chinese).

For Japanese version, please click here.

On March 8th 2016,WTO issued the Guidance of New Chemical Substance Notification (draft) to collect opinions globally. The expiry date dues within 60 days after publicity by WTO secretariat. According to relevant news, the Guidance (draft) may come into force on 1st November 2016. It is estimated that China MEP will issue formal document before the end of this year. What influence dose the modified guidance may cause to enterprises? How can enterprises do to cope with these changes? Answers can be found in webinars hosted by CIRS experts on 19th April 2016. Chinese, English and Japanese will be all available at the time!


Time and Schedule





14:00-15:00(GMT+8), April 19th

Yang Jia


15:00-16:00(GMT+8), April 19th

Bruce Wang


22:00-23:00(GMT+8), April 19th

Bryan Zhou

22:00-23:00(GMT+8), April 21th
Bryan Zhou

Presentation focus:

-The context of the Guidance publication

-The comparative analysis on the differences between the old version and the new one

-Suggestions on companies

Registration fee: Free of charge


Bryan Zhou, Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, CIRS China

Mr. Zhou earned his Master degree in Chemistry from University of Cincinnati. He is a senior regulatory consultant and researching GHS standards and implementations in AP countries. Bryan has provided practical advice for dozens of foreign companies to meet GHS compliance requirements in these regions.

Yang jia, Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, CIRS China

Ms. Yang was responsible for China chemical substance management and new chemical substance application in Japan-funded enterprises over 14 years. She always put forward valuable schemes for companies and have accumulated professional acknowledge in her career.

Bruce Wang, Chief technology officer of R&D Department, CIRS China

Mr. Wang has over 5 years of experience for chemical risk assessment and dossier composition of general application, and also focuses on MEP Order No.7 and keep contacts with environmental protection management deeply. 

How to register:

  Webinar 1 (Japanese) ; Webinar 2 (Chinese) ;Webinar (English)webinar 4(English)

After online registration, you will receive a link one day and one hour before the webinar starts. By clicking that link, you shall be able to join our webinar automatically. Please note that space is strictly limited to a maximum of 100 attendees.


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