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The Law on Chemicals (06/2007/QH12) is Vietnam’s most basic chemicals management law. It was enacted in 2007 and effected in 2008, but various problems were exposed during its implementation over the past 14 years. Therefore, amendments to the Law have been proposed by the Vietnamese government to promote the development of Vietnam’s chemical industry and to strengthen the implementation of chemical risk assessments, the management of chemicals in products, etc. In particular, there have been recent important amendments to the provisions of the Law on Chemicals to ensure Vietnam’s compliance with international conventions and related regulations. In this seminar, we would like to provide an overview and an update on the latest regulations related to chemical management in Vietnam.


  1. Overview and updates of chemical management regulations in Vietnam
    • Chemical Management Regulations in Vietnam
    • Amendment of Decree 113/2017/ND-CP on the details of the Law on Chemicals
    • New regulations on chemical substances subject to POPs convention
    • Future development of chemical compliance in Vietnam
  2. Introduction of Enviliance ASIA Service and seminar closing


Dinh Thanh Nghia

Mr. Dinh Thanh Nghia is an Associate Senior Researcher from the Research & Consulting Department of EnviX Ltd. He is mainly in charge of work on Vietnam’s environmental and chemical laws and policies. He has more than 4 years of working experience in this field to develop consulting services for clients in many countries (Japan, China, Europe, etc.) Before that, in 2013, he graduated with a master’s degree in chemical system engineering, then worked as a senior researcher and engineer for 6 years in chemical materials, semiconductors, and mechanics at a Japanese electronics company. He also has experience in research and manufacturing and a wide range of knowledge in technical consulting and quality control.

Event Overview

Webinar Title Overview and updates of chemical management regulations in Vietnam
Date & Time September 8th, 2023
9:00 – 9:30 am (GMT)
Language English
Registration fee Free
Capacity 500 persons

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