Cosmetic Regulations in Major World Economies (EU, USA, Brazil, China, Japan, Korea, ASEAN)

Duration: 90 Minutes
Webinar Id: 800229


One Attendee


During the webinar Participants will be addresses on the key regulatory provisions for cosmetic products in the major global economies. The EU's new Cosmetic Product Regulation (EU CPR) will be given a certain, wider position as the EU CPR is representing the latest, most modern regulatory framework which is influencing other global legislators.

For the regulations of the USA, Canada, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, ASEAN, India, Brazil, Mercosul/Mercosur and Russia, a general introduction into the key provisions will be given. Some specific difficulties arising from the existing discrepancies in the global frameworks will be depicted.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • The new EU Cosmetics Regulation
    • Basis principles and provisions
    • Experiences and obstacles from the implementation phase
    • Options for compliance approaches and available supporting tools
    • Remaining issues and future perspectives and activities
  • Cosmetics Regulations in Asia
    • China & Hong Kong
    • South Korea
    • Japan
    • Taiwan
    • The ASEAN Cosmetics Directive
    • India
    • Russia
  • Cosmetics Regulation in the Americas - Existing Global Discrepancies and International Harmonization Attempts
    • USA
    • Canada
    • Mercosur / Mercosul
    • South Africa
    • Existing Global Discrepancies
    • Harmonization Attempts The Intern. Cooperation on Cosmetic Regulation (ICCR)
Who Will Benefit:
  • Business Owners
  • Managers in manufacturing
  • New staff in manufacturing
  • QA
  • Administrative Managers
  • Regulatory Compliance Associates
  • Customer Service

Speaker Profile
Dr. Annelie Struessmann is Technical Director with CONUSBAT, a provider of internationalization services for the Fine Chemicals, Cosmetics & Life Sciences Industries: She joined the firm in 2003 and established the service area of regulatory affairs where she is focusing on the European regulatory frameworks for cosmetic products and for chemicals (REACH). The service spectrum includes dossier preparation, safety assessments, registrations, notifications and direct representations, etc. She has published numerous articles on these topics and provided workshops on a worldwide scale. Before joining CONUSBAT, Dr. Struesmann worked in various managerial functions at international locations of global companies, such as IFF, Akzo Nobel, Rewo Chemicals (now Evonik). Her educational background includes a Masters Degree in Chemistry and a Doctorate in Biopolymer Chemistry.

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