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Webinar on India REACH: Start preparing for your next challenge

26 October, 2021. From 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EEST

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Webinar on India REACH: Start preparing for your next challenge


26th of October 2021
2:00PM - 3:00PM EEST Get registered
India REACH is expected to come into force in 2022!

India-REACH is India’s chemical regulation currently in draft stage known as “Draft Chemicals (Management and Safety) Rules, 20xx” or CMS Rules 20xx. The rules shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official gazette, expected to come in force upon WTO Notification expected in 2021 and shall apply to all Substances, Substances in Mixtures/Articles and Intermediates that are Manufactured, Imported, Placed or intended to be Placed in Indian Territory above 1 tonne per year. These Rules covers safety procedures for the Manufacture, handling and Import of Hazardous Chemicals and preparedness and management of chemical accidents related to hazardous chemicals.

Under CMS Rules, 20xx, Foreign entities can submit notification & its annual update, registration, and other compliances for priority substances by appointing an Authorised Representative in India to fulfil legal obligations required. In addition, local companies are required to comply with requirements of hazardous chemicals.

Join Us
We would like to invite all companies placing chemical substances on the Indian market to take part in our online event where we will cover following topics:

1. INDIA REACH: BACKGROUND & CURRENT STATUS
2. SCOPE & EXEMPTION
3. PREPARING FOR INDIA REACH: OBLIGATION, DATA REQUIREMENT, TIMELINE
4. FOREIGN ENTITIES & ROLE OF AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES
5. AUTHORITY FEES
6. CONCLUSIONS
7. Q&A

Speaker:
Gagan Kumar, Managing Director, REACHLaw India Private Limited

Please note that this event is not meant for REACH-like regulations service providers.