Top International News in Chemical Policy and Regulation by The National Law Review - December 11, 2019


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The National Law Review has published a set of recent updates occurred in various regions, including Australia, Canada, Europe, South Korea and UK. News available at this page includes:


AUSTRALIA

(*) Australia Publishes Decision RIS For Workplace Exposure Standards Framework Under Model WHS Laws

(*) NICNAS Announces Final Industrial Chemicals General Rules, Categorization Guidelines, And Transitional Rules

(*) NICNAS Requests Information On Industrial Uses Of Certain Chemicals On The Current Inventory Of Chemical Substances

(*) NICNAS Creates AICIS Guidance Hub


CANADA

(*) Canada Intends To Amend DSL To Disclose The Identity Of Certain Masked Substances

(*) Canada Publishes Summary Of Feedback From Consultation On Defining Vulnerable Populations

CHINA

(*) China Consults On Three Draft National Standards On Consumer Product Safety


EUROPE

(*) EC Adopts 14th ATP To CLP, Council Of Ministers And EP Begin Their Review

(*) ECHA Publishes Draft CoRAP For 2020-2022

(*) ECHA Plans Update To REACH Dossier Completeness Checks

(*) ECHA Holds Biocides Day(*) SCCS Publishes Guidance On Safety Assessment Of Nanomaterials In Cosmetics

(*)Next Major Enforcement Project Will Focus On Authorization

(*) EC Publishes Updated Catalog Of Nanomaterials Used In Cosmetics

(*) ECHA States That Companies Need To Improve Communication Of Hazardous Substances In Products

(*) EC Launches “Due Diligence Ready!”

(*) New SDS Requirements Under REACH Expected In January 2021(*) ECHA Publishes BPR Active Substances Action Plan(*) ECHA States Dossier Updates Are Not Considered During Evaluation Decision Making

(*)EC Grants Union Authorization, Approves Extensions, And Denies Approvals:

(*) Roadmap On Carcinogens Is Renewed

(*)ECHA Releases New, Updated Guidance Documents For Registering Nanoform Substances:

(*)ECHA Publishes List Of Registered Substances Mapped In Its Chemical Universe


INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER (IARC)

(*) IARC Encourages Stakeholders To Nominate Agents For Review In Future IARC Monographs


SOUTH KOREA

(*) Public Consultation Begins On Draft K-BPR Rule(*) Requirements For South Korean Manufacturers And Importers Of Chemicals Continue To Change


UNITED KINGDOM

(*) UK Government Publishes Draft Post-Brexit POPs Legislation

(*) House Of Commons Publishes Government’s Response To Report On Toxic Chemicals In Everyday Life

(*) CIA Issues Brexit-Related Memorandum On Key Issues For Chemicals Industry

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