Placing chemical substances on the Indian market listed on the India BIS list?
Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is a national body in India. The BIS Act, 2016, Rules & Regulations is a means for providing a third-party guarantee of quality, safety, and reliability of products to the customer. Under BIS Act 2016, BIS Rules 2018 and BIS (Conformity Assessment) Regulations 2018, the provisions for Grant of Licence (GoL) are addressed. It covers BIS license for both Domestic and Foreign manufactures for chemical products listed in Scheme I that are placed on the Indian market. India has regulated import of 52 chemicals that requires BIS license to be obtained within 180 days from the date of inclusion of such chemicals in Scheme I (India BIS list) as defined in Quality Control Orders (QCO(s)).
Under BIS Act 2016 Rules & BIS (Conformity Assessment) Regulations, 2018, foreign manufacturers can submit India BIS application using an Authorised India Representative. Domestic manufacturers also need to submit application under this rule.
Join Us We would like to invite all companies placing chemical substances added to the India BIS list to take part in our event. During our webinar we will address following topics:
1. BIS OVERVIEW 2. SCOPE 3. REQUIREMENTS, PROCESS & TIMELINES 4. FOREIGN MANUFACTURERS: HOW TO COMPLY 5. ROLE OF AUTHORISED INDIA REPRESENTATIVES 6. COST OF BIS LICENCE 7. CONCLUSIONS 8. Q&A
Speakers: Gagan Kumar, Managing Director & Mrs. Rashmi Srivastava, Manager-Operations, REACHLaw India Private Limited
Please note that this event is not meant for REACH-like regulations consulting companies or service providers.