Dear registrants and subscribers,
Thanks for your continuous support and subscription to CIRS's newsletter. In this newsletter, we will share the webinar presentation about cut-off value and concentration limits in CLP regulation and China GHS given by Mr. Yunbo Shi on 23 Aug 2011. The updated link to the full presentation can be accessed here.
Meet Us at CIR Conferences, Barcelona, 6-9 Sept
CIRS is going to attend upcoming Chemical Industries Regulations (CIR) Conference in Barcelona on 6-8 September. Ms Louise Halpin will give a presentation about the latest developments of chemical legislation in China for the pre-conference workshop. If you are going to attend this conference and are interested to meet us, please don't hesitate to send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +353 41 9806916 to let us know. We will be happy to meet you in person, answer any of your questions or discuss any collaboration opportunities during the conference.
CIRS to Build China Chemical Toxicology and Risk Assessment Centre (CCTRAC) with China Entry & Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau (CIQ) Ningbo
19 Aug 2011, The China Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau (CIQ) Ningbo and CIRS signed a strategic cooperation agreement to build China Chemical Toxicology and Risk Assessment Centre (CCTRAC). The cooperation will combine CIQ's GLP lab resources and CIRS's strong expertise in chemical classification, registration and risk assessment of chemicals in China. The joint centre will offer comprehensive physio-chemical, toxicological and eco-toxicological testing and risk assessment for new chemical substance notification in China. The center will also provide required testing and evaluation for the classification of hazardous substances and mixtures in accordance with China GHS.
More info can be found here.