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Seminar on the Interpretation of the Latest 2015 Hazardous Chemicals Regulations and Introduction to China GHS

original article from CIRS

The 2015 Catalogue for Hazardous Chemicals formulated by the State Administration of Work Safety, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Environmental Protection, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Agriculture, National Health and Family Planning Commission, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, National Railway Administration and Civil Aviation Administration has been formally implemented since 1st May 2015. CIRS and Chemwatch are to hold the seminar in order to make sure that hazardous chemicals enterprises and other relevant entities and personnel understand and get hang of the requirements of 2015 Catalogue for Hazardous Chemicals (Abbreviated as Catalogue), learn the changes to the latest Catalogue, clarify their thoughts concerning the classification and registration of risk identification of chemicals not listed in the Catalogue and prepare SDS and labeling compliance with hazardous chemicals registration. CIRS and Chemwatch together with experts from SAWS Chemical Registration Center hope to give answers to these questions during the seminar and ensure that enterprises’ products comply with relevant regulations. You are welcomed to sign up and attend the seminar.

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Date: 10th July 2015

Cost: Free

Location: Hall Guangda No. 2, 2/F, Shanghai Everbright Convention & Exhibition Center International Hotel 2/F (No. 66, Caobao Road, Shanghai (Near Entrance One of Subway Line One in Caobao Road)

Language: Chinese






12:00- 13:00



Latest progress of chemical regulations in 2015 (Interpretation to latest catalogue for hazardous chemicals, etc.)

Mr. Chen Jinhe  NRCC
Expert from SAWS Chemical Registration Center


Q & A


Development of China GHS
How to prepare SDS compliance with hazardous chemicals registration

Ms. Pan Jingjin  CIRS
Global GHS Regulation Expert


Q & A and tea break


One-step software from Chemwatch solving GHS compliance

Ms. Wang Xiaoxia  Chemwatch


Q & A


How to realize chemical registration compliance under the current situation and new circumstance

Mr. Chen Jinhe  NRCC
Expert from SAWS Chemical Registration Center


Q & A


Who Shall Attend:

• Enterprises principals • Personnel preparing SDS • Product Safety Manager
• Quality System Manager • R & D Manager  

Related information shall be specified. EEPs to be placed on the market shall be marked with information, such as names, contents of hazardous substances, if the equipment can be recycled and potential impact on environment and human body in case of improper use or disposal.


CIRS  Chemwatch
Mr. Guo Ting, Ms. Wang Xiaoxia
Tel: 0571-87206528, 15355059859 Tel: 13816036076
Email: Email:


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Brief introduction to sponsors

Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service (CIRS) is a leading product safety management consulting firm providing valued product regulatory compliance service, tailored solutions and original information to help our clients gain competitive advantage by reducing business risks associations with regulatory affairs and removing barriers to entry.

With its headquarter based in Hangzhou of China and offices or laboratories located in Ireland, Nanjing, and Ningbo, CIRS utilizes its technical expertise, various resources and global network to provide comprehensive compliance services such as chemical notifications, global GHS compliance, pesticides and biocides registration, cosmetics and new cosmetic ingredient registration, medical device registration, food and food-related products compliance services, testing, regulatory update monitoring and training service.

Chemwatch, headquartered in Australia, is the world largest supplier providing software for chemical management which includes SDS and relevant document database, manifest creating and report generation software, risk assessment software, labeling and SDS writing software and chemicals management regulation database. With more than 20 years’ experience in the field of chemicals safety management, Chemwatch owns over 150 chemical experts, toxicologist, occupational health experts and IT engineers globally, providing its services to thousands of clients around the world. The clients of Chemwatch are including enterprises manufacturing chemical products, hospitals, research institutions and government departments. Chemwatch China Systemi is a chemical database compliance with China’s national standard that is developed by Chemwatch together with NRCC. NRCC is a public institution directly affiliated to SAWS, which offers comprehe