Nov. 29 China: China tightens chemical safety in workplace

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Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Chinese companies that handle hazardous chemicals during manufacturing will have to obtain a permit as the country tightens rules on production activities, the work safety watchdog announced Tuesday.
Manufacturers that handle hazardous chemicals during production have to obtain a license from the local regulatory administration, according to the regulations published by the State Administration of Work Safety.
The regulations, effective from May 1,2013, also lay down rules that companies formulate emergency plans and conduct drills accordingly to enhance responsiveness in case of an accident.

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