Global Business Briefing – September 2014
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Top articles in this month's issue
● Taiwan’s creation of a system for the registration of chemicals is nearly complete. We take an in-depth look at the recently issued draft regulations;
● minimising supply chain disruption due to the withdrawal of a substance from the market is a key issue for many sectors. We look at the aerospace industry’s programmes for managing it;
● NGOs in the US are challenging big retailers to do more on chemicals management. What‘s been the impact so far?
● regular columnist the Knoell Group explains why operational facility managers need to examine which exposure limit values they need to comply with; and
● in our NGO platform slot, US pressure group Earthjustice says a five-yearly time limit should be placed on CBI claims.
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Contents of this month's Briefing
- The aerospace sector: managing substance restrictions
- Guest column – Martin Ahlhaus, Noerr
- In the news
- Taiwan's registration regime moves closer
- Sweden and Denmark's influence on EU policy
- US retailers come under the spotlight
- Data sharing under REACH: ensuring fair play
- Supply chain insights: getting the most on CBI
- REACH & CLP hub: workplace exposure limit values
- NGO platform: Earthjustice – CBI claims need time limit
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