The Act on Registration and Evaluation of Chemical Substances in South Korea amended and effective from 1st January 2019 (”K-REACH”) requires all existing chemicals placed on the Korean market in 1 ton or more per year to be pre-registered according to the requirements of the K-REACH by 30th June 2019.
Consultants from REACHLaw and Chemtopia will provide an overview of the immediate and most urgent actions to be completed before end of June 2019 in order to benefit from the registration grace periods in the future.
Join our webinar
During the presentation, we will focus on practicalities of the pre-registration practicalities from the non-Korean manufacturers of chemical substances point of view. Furthermore, we will look at the overall strategies to comply with K-REACH, Only Representative appointment process, post pre-registration obligations, briefly discuss about the future registration requirements and share our experience on the PEC substances registration process (both co- and lead-registrations) already completed in summer 2018.
Topics to be addressed:
- Overview K-REACH amended requirements
- K-REACH Inventory
- Compliance strategies for non-Korean manufacturers
- Pre-registration and OR appointment practicalities
- Registration obligations: when, what and how?
- Practical examples and case studies of PEC registrations
Olesia Pochapska, Senior Consulting Manager at REACHLaw Ltd, Finland
Jihyun Kim, consultant of registration and risk assessment division at Chemtopia, South Korea
Who should attend?
All foreign companies placing their chemical substances on the market in South Korean.
*Please note that this event is not intended for consulting companies or REACH services providers
*Please note that phone charges may apply if you use the dial-in numbers