Thailand's First Existing Chemicals Inventory
As part of a broad national chemical management plan, Thailand is changing its regulations on chemicals management and is in the process of creating its first existing chemicals inventory.
In 2016, the Department of Industrial Works (DIW) released a preliminary existing chemicals inventory, which is anticipated to be closed in 2017. There are plans for future product incorporation in the inventory but it is unclear when this will happen.
ExxonMobil is following closely these regulatory developments. Our products have been submitted for inclusion in the first list and the agency is still working through their process. We will share information as it is made public during 2017.
Additional Information is available at the Thailand’s Food and Drug Administration, Ministry of Health website at this link here.
For more information, please contact your ExxonMobil sales representative.
In this section
- GHS of classification and labeling
- The OECD chemicals safety program
Chemical management programs
- General principles
- REACH in Europe
- REACH for non-EU manufacturers
- TSCA in the United States
- California Proposition 65
- Japanese law on chemical substances
- China provisions on new chemical substances
- Canadian Environmental Protection Act
- Australia Industrial Chemicals Act
- Turkey KKDIK
- The Act on Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals in Korea
- TCSCA in Taiwan
- Swiss Chemicals Ordinance (or ChemO)
- Thailand's First Existing Chemicals Inventory
- Brazil’s industrial chemical policy
- VOC regulations
- Transport regulations
- Food contact regulations
- Other regulations
- Safety data sheets