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Package: registration & materials fee of this webinar and materials fee of the webinar "China Cosmetic Registration: Safety Assessment" on April 22nd.
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On November 10 2015, China Food and Drug Administration released “Guidance for Safety Risk Assessment of Cosmetics” for public consultation. The public consultation will end on Dec 10. When CFDA began to allow the exemption of toxicological testing from June 30th 2014 if safety assessment can fully demonstrate the safety of a domestic-made product, many companies were therefore confused about how to prepare the safety assessment report due to lack of related specific guidelines. With the issuance of this guidance, the situation is expected to change soon. During the webinar, regulatory toxicologist Cindy Xie from Cosmetic Division of Reach24h Consulting Group will give an in-depth interpretation of the guidance and share with us her practical advice and experience on the application.
Part 1. Development of cosmetic safety assessment in China
Part 2. Introduction of The Cosmetics Safety Risk Assessment Guideline (draft)
- Basic principle & Principles of the evaluation
- Qualifications on Safety assessor
- Acceptance of alternative methods
- Data requirement
- Exposure assessment
- Adoption of conclusion from other authority
- Risk assessment methods
- Other China specific requirements
Part 3. Current status and challenges: Future of cosmetic safety assessment in China?
Part 4. Summary
Cindy Xie Regulatory Toxicologist
Cindy Xie has been working in toxicological related fields for over 3 years at REACH24h and has been a core member of the cosmetics team since its inception. Cindy Xie began work on EU REACH and then China New Chemical Substance Notification and has a comprehensive understanding of chemical regulation management. Completion of numerous chemical safety reports has consolidated her position as an expert specialized in safety assessment. She is a certified Safety Assessor of Cosmetics in the EU from the “Vrije Universiteit Brussel” (Belgium) and is now the responsible person for safety assessment of cosmetics under China Cosmetic Regulation at REACH24h.
There will be a 15 minutes Q&A session after the presentation; however, we encourage webinar attendees to raise questions ahead of the webinar. All questions will be addressed during the webinar or after.
Who should attend?
- Personnel involved in Chinese cosmetic regulatory affairs
- Cosmetic importers/exporters/distributers in China
- Regulatory staff of OEM
- Business development manager
- Company decision maker
- Anyone who are interested in