6 edition of chemical substances control law in Japan found in the catalog.
chemical substances control law in Japan
1975 by Chemical Products Safety Division, Basic Industries Bureau, Ministry of International Trade & Industry in [Tokyo] .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||78324401|
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Kashinhou (化審法), short for 化学物質の審査及び製造等の規制に関する法律 (Kagaku Busshitsu no Shinsa Oyobi Seizoutou no Kisei ni Kansuru Houritsu), ("Law Concerning the Examination and Regulation of Manufacture, etc.
of Chemical Substances") (Showa Act No. 昭和48年法律第号) is the current Chemicals and dangerous substances regulation law in Japan. Option 4: Get a reference book called "Handbook of Existing and New Chemical Substances" published by the Chemical Daily in Japan.
This reference book provides links between METI numbers and CAS numbers for many substances. Option 5: Ask for help from a consultant. Note: Industrial Safety and Health Law (ISHL) has its own definition of new. The Act on the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.
(commonly referred to as the Chemical Substances Control Law: The Chemical Substances Control Law hereinafter, “CSCL” was enacted in with the purpose of preventing environmental pollution caused by chemical substances that are. Instead, Japan maintains a series of inventories that identify chemicals that are exempt from new chemical notification requirements.
The ENCS is instrumental in the enforcement of the Japanese Chemical Substances Control Law (CSCL) which regulates new chemicals introduced to Japan. About the Japan Chemical Substances Control Law The Japanese Chemical Substances Control Law (CSCL) was first instituted on April 16but has been updated and amended as recently as May 20 The CSCL exclusively covers general industrial chemical products; these include both new and existing chemicals (as listed in the Existing and New.
Industrial Safety and Health Law ISHL Low Volume Confirmation Small Amount Confirmation Standard Notification Japan Japanese Chemical Regulation Companies that manufacture or import a new substance shall meet the requirements of the Industrial Safety and Health Law (ISHL)which issued by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.
CNS Classification and Labelling of Chemicals is the main national standard for chemical classification and labelling in Taiwan. All other GHS-related regulations have referred to this standard. The standard was firstly issued by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs based on GHS Purple Book Rev 1 and was amended in in.
Japan. The chemical substances control law in Japan: law concerning the examination and regulation of manufacture, etc., of chemical substances Chemical Products Safety Division, Basic Industries Bureau, Ministry of International Trade & Industry [Tokyo] Australian/Harvard Citation.
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japan chemical industry ecology - toxicology and information ; Robust Study Summary (biodegradation result) MITI book - P Version 3, introduced inadditionally covered a list of substances specified by chemical substances management legislation in Japan.
The chemical substances covered by Version 4 and later from are those specified in legislation on human health and environmental impact in Japan, the U.S., and Europe, as well as those specified under.
While chemical substances make people's lives more convenient, they also could have harmful effects on the environment or on human beings. Therefore, we believe that consideration of product safety, occupational safety and health and environmental impact through proper management of chemical substances is an important responsibility of an enterprise.
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Companies must also report the quantity and uses of existing substances each year, if they are being imported, manufactured or used. Change in the number of chemical substance product types at production sites in Japan is as visualized in the below graph.
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NOTIFICATION • Notifications for importation is the prior informed consent from the authorities of the exporting country regarding the transboundary movement of restricted hazardous substances or first imported hazardous Size: KB. The draft is similar to TSCA in the US, or Japan’s Chemical Substances Control Law, in that it would require pre-market approval of new substances and risk evaluation of certain existing substances.
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