Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
21-23 May 2013

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Session 1: Introductory Presentations
  • Introduction to the Conference, Jonathan Krueger, UNITAR Download
  • Update and Latest Developments on the GHS, Peter Dawson, ERMA, New Zealand Download
  • Introduction to and Key Principles of the Chemical Convention 1990 (No. 170), Ingrid Christensen, ILO Download
  • The UNITAR/ILO Programme for Capacity Building to Implement the GHS, Mehdia  Siari, UNITAR Download
  • UNITAR-ILO GHS achievements and lessons learned, Kuala Lumpar 2013, Peter Peterson, UNITAR Download
Session 2: Introduction to Green Chemistry in ASEAN
  • Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation in Chemicals Management: the case of Green Chemistry, Ms. Blandine Trouille, US Department of Commerce Download

  • Green Chemistry: Introduction and Applications, Ms. Blandine Trouille, US Department of Commerce Download

Session 3: Status of GHS implementation in Southeast Asia
Session 4: GHS in the Occupational Safety and Health Sector
  • Current issues related to GHS from the perspective of Labour Union, Mr. Amin Wahab Skaykhul, FSP/KEP Chemicals Download
  • ASEAN OSHNET Activities, Ms. Nelia Granadilos, OSH Center, Philippines Download
  • GHS Classification Toolkit, Ms. Letchumi Thannimalay, SIRIM Berhad Download
  • Incorporating GHS into Malaysia OSH Regulations: The proposed CLASS Regulation, Dr. Majahar Abd Rahman, Department of Occupational Safest and Health (DOSH), Malaysia Download
Session 5: Consumers Campaign for Chemicals Safety in ASEAN based on the GHS
  • Report on the ASEAN Campaign on Chemicals Safety for Consumers, Mr. Foon Weng Lian, FOMCA Download
  • Experience of Thailand with Consumers Awareness Raising, Ms. Aurus Kongphanich, Food and Drug Download
  • Chemical safest in school labaratories: preliminary findings, Dr. Goh Choo Ta, National University of Malaysia (UKM) Download