Join Us at The Latest Interpretation of the Chinese GHS 2020

Join us for our Free Webinar, The Latest Interpretation of the Chinese GHS 2020.

It will be held from14:00 – 15:00 on 8th May 2020, and will focus on the increased requirements for managing chemicals in China.

Presenters include regulatory experts from the National Registration Center of Chemicals (NRCC), Chemwatch representatives in China, and Regulatory experts from GBK China

The webinar will cover:


•    The latest Chinese Chemicals Regulations
•    Dangerous goods management
•    Dangerous chemicals registration
•    MSDS and various chemical reports production

Webinar Registration: To register for the event, please complete the application form as below and send to info@nrcchem.com. You will then be sent a link to join the webinar. 

Company   Participant   Position Tel No. Email
         

 

Background Information:


The "Safety Chemicals Catalogue (2015 Edition)", formulated by the State Administration of Work Safety, related ministries and commissions, has been formally implemented. This has placed higher requirements on the management of hazardous chemicals. 


Many chemical managers have encountered various problems in the production and management of reports on chemical MSDS, labels, mini-MSDS, toxicology, ecology, transportation, fire protection, medical care and risk assessment in their daily work.


In order for related units and employees at chemical companies to be better prepared to face these challenges, and to better manage hazardous chemicals, dangerous goods, registration of hazardous chemicals, etc., experts from CHEMWATCH, GBK and National  Registration Center of Chemicals  ( NRCC) will be providing an introduction to tackle these problems, answering queries from enterprises wanting to ensure that their products meet the requirements of relevant laws and regulations. 


Business representatives are welcome to sign up for the meeting.

Questions:
After the presentation, there will be a short session for questions. You can submit questions to us in advance by email so that we can better answer your questions at the event.

For more information, please contact us:


Telephone: 138 1603 6076
Email: info@nrcchem.com

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