More Severe Punishment for Non-Compliance of the Revised HC Registration Measures

SAWS to Enforce More Severe Punishment for Non-Compliance of the Revised HC Registration Measures

 

August 23, 2012

 

The recently released “Measures for the Administration of Registration of Hazardous Chemicals” (SAWS Order 53) has just come into force in China on Aug 1st, 2012. Besides the attention-grabbing changes in the regulated scope (“Catalogue of hazardous chemicals in China”), legal entity (both manufacturers and importers are included for registration) and registration contents, SAWS will impose more severe punishment on those who do not comply with this newly released Measures.

Industry News - Chemical
Aug. 23rd, 2012




SAWS Published New Measures on Applying Hazardous Chemicals Operation Permit

The hazardous chemicals operation permit or license is one important part that underlines the License System of State Council Decree 591; it is also one core regulatory obligation targeting enterprises of hazardous chemicals operation under China’s hazardous chemicals safety control regime.

 

August 6, 2012

 

Shortly after the effectiveness of the updated management measures on China’s hazardous chemicals registration, SAWS has published last Friday on its website the revised “Measures for the Administration of Hazardous Chemicals Operation Permit” (SAWS Order 55 of 2012) and announced that the updated legislation would enter into force as of September 1, 2012. The new rules will replace the old 2002 version that had been issued by the State Economic Trade Commission (SETC). The hazardous chemicals operation permit or license (in short as “HC Operation Permit”) is one important part that underlines the License system of State Council Decree 591; it is also one core regulatory obligation targeting enterprises of hazardous chemicals operation under China’s hazardous chemicals safety control regime.

Industry News - Chemical
Aug. 06th, 2012