Australia GBK Online-Training Series: Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS)
On July 1st, 2020, the Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS) replaced NICNAS (National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme), as the new national regulator for the import and manufacture of industrial chemicals, the general outline of the process is similar (i.e. requirement to register businesses and ingredient listing and assessment), some specific steps have changed. It will take a 'risk-proportionate' approach to chemicals regulation, dividing chemicals into five categories(listed, exempted, reported, assessed, commercial evaluation authorization) based on their risk to human health and the environment.
- An overview of Australia AICIS
- Transition from NICNAS to AICIS
- Strategies on Australia compliance
- Enterprises who have ambitious promoting Australia market but not aware of local new chemical regulatory requirements and boundaries
- Employees who responsible for chemical regulatory affairs or related in Australia, such as Specialist/Expert/Manager/Director in Compliance, Product Safety, EHS, Import and Export, Quality, Logistic and Planning
- Anyone who is interested in the regulatory field or have willingness to acknowledge it