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· Algeria
Amendment to lockdown and prevention measures introduced – 14-Jun-2020 [81309]
Amendments to the measures for the prevention of the spread of the Coronavirus introduced – 07-Jun-2020 [80989]
Wearing face masks is now mandatory in the workplace – 21-May-2020 [80721]

· Argentina
Argentina has extended the lockdown until 17 July 2020 under stricter conditions – 29-Jun-2020 [81458]
Buenos Aires has implemented a phase system for exempting activities from the lockdown and gradually easing restrictions – 11-Jun-2020 [81179]
BUENOS AIRES: Additional industrial activities have been exempted from the lockdown in certain municipalities – 25-Jun-2020 [80767]
Companies operating in the paint, steel, glass and aluminum industries must comply with a sector sanitary protocol – 19-May-2020 [80629]
The lockdown and social distancing measures have been extended until 28 June 2020 – 08-Jun-2020 [81057]
The lockdown has been extended until 7 June 2020 – 25-May-2020 [80639]
The Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development has set up an Environmental Information Center – 02-Jun-2020 [80944]

· Australia
AUNSW: Companies subject to increased fines through a penalty unit system and prohibited from insuring themselves against safety fines – 10-Jun-2020 [81340]
AUNSW: Facilities can no longer undertake uncontrolled cutting of manufactured stone containing crystalline silica – 05-Jun-2020 [81460]
AUQLD: Workplace manslaughter introduced for operations involving explosives – 25-May-2020 [81696]
AUVIC: Maximum jail term for company officers who negligently cause the death of a worker or member of the public extended from 20 to 25 years – 10-Jun-2020 [81072]
Companies whose workers are exposed to respirable crystalline silica to comply with stricter occupational exposure limits as of 1 July 2020 – 15-Jun-2020 [81009]
Companies whose workers carry out lead risk work to comply with stricter lead blood level thresholds as of 3 August 2020 – 30-Jun-2020 [81672]
Facilities that engage in electrical work, subject to modified electrical requirements – 02-Apr-2020 [80596]
Facilities to comply with updated standards on tree cutting or removal in the vicinity of electric lines – 17-Jun-2020 [81558]
Gatherings of up to 250 people indoors and 500 outdoors allowed in Tasmania as of 26 June 2020 – 26-Jun-2020 [81499]

· Austria
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80865]
Reorganisation and addition of safety standards for protection from the dangers of ionising radiation adopted – 17-Jun-2020 [81835]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81353]

· Belgium
BRUSSELS-CAPITAL REGION: Deadlines for (re-)application for environmental permits extended due to COVID-19 outbreak – 16-Jun-2020 [81697]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80866]
Facilities involved in transport of dangerous goods of class 7 can benefit from the extended deadline for completing the practical training for its radiation protection agents leading the physical control service due to the COVID-19 outbreak – 12-Jun-2020 [81836]
Facilities must keep health records for 50 years for employees working with ionising radiation as of December 2020 – 27-May-2020 [81504]
Facilities will need to sent information to ECHA when supplying articles containing substances of very high concern as from 2021 – 02-Jun-2020 [81103]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81354]

· Bolivia
Bolivia has extended the lockdown under dynamic conditions until 31 July 2020 – 29-Jul-2020 [81541]
The lockdown has been extended until 30 June 2020 with further exemptions to be defined by local authorities – 28-May-2020 [80774]

· Brazil
BRAZIL FEDERAL: Companies importing specific medical devices and PPE during the COVID-19 health emergency to obtain an automatic import license from ANVISA – 30-Apr-2020 [81251]
Companies are only allowed to store nuclear and other radioactive materials in transit for up to 14 working days – 18-May-2020 [81022]
Companies can postpone the periodic safety inspection of pressure vessels, piping, and metallic storage tanks for up to 6 months, while the public health emergency remains in force – 02-Jul-2020 [81818]
Companies carrying out activities related to goods and services must adopt measures to prevent the proliferation of diseases – 03-Jul-2020 [81806]
Companies importing specific medical devices and PPE during the COVID-19 health emergency to obtain an automatic import license from ANVISA – 30-Apr-2020 [81351]
Companies must be aware of further essential activities allowed to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic – 07-May-2020 [81256]
Companies must be aware that revision of NR-28 reclassified some of the penalties applicable in case of non-compliance with OHS regulations – 15-Apr-2020 [80760]
FEDERAL DISTRICT: Companies must periodically sanitize touch-surfaces, such as doorknobs and handrails to contain the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. – 29-Apr-2020 [80659]
FEDERAL DISTRICT: Companies must follow health and safety measures to prevent and contain the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic – 04-Jun-2020 [80839]
FEDERAL DISTRICT: Employees and customers to use face masks in their facilities in order to contain the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) – 23-Apr-2020 [81142]
GOIÁS: Companies carrying out essential services and remaining open must adopt health measures to avoid contamination with the new coronavirus – 19-Apr-2020 [80561]
GOIÁS: Owners and managers of buildings to consult revised criteria to set building’s fire load – 16-Jun-2020 [81695]
Ministry of Health introduces guidelines applicable to all companies resuming their operations in Brazil to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19 – 19-Jun-2020 [81656]
National Program for Payments for Environmental Services (Floresta+) established – 03-Jul-2020 [81775]
Operators to comply with streamlined administrative procedures to obtain and to regularize PPE certification in Brazil, as well as import and place them in the market, including transitory requirements for PPE to face COVID-19 – 08-May-2020 [80900]
PARANÁ: Companies authorized to operate during the public health emergency must comply with complementary measures to face COVID-19 – 06-May-2020 [80911]
PARANÁ: Companies must adopt measures to prevent vector-borne diseases such as dengue and yellow fever – 20-May-2020 [80729]
PARANÁ: Industrial, commercial, banking establishments and transport facilities to keep records of face masks provided to their employees – 25-May-2020 [81699]
PARANÁ: Sanitary facilities for collective use to have an antiseptic product to sanitize toilet seats – 15-Jun-2020 [81705]
RIO DE JANEIRO: Companies managing facilities with enclosed spaces must sanitize their work environments – 22-Jun-2020 [81323]
RIO GRANDE DO SUL: Companies managing industrial operations must implement prevention and combat measures against the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) – 29-Apr-2020 [80651]
RIO GRANDE DO SUL: Companies must follow a series of hygiene and safety measures in order to stop the proliferation of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic – 31-May-2020 [80736]
RIO GRANDE DO SUL: Companies must follow a series of updated health and safety measures in order to prevent the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) – 31-May-2020 [80850]
RIO GRANDE DO SUL: Environmental procedures and licenses expiration dates extended due to the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic – 05-May-2020 [80657]
SÃO PAULO: Companies operating any activities and owning or managing buildings of a specific area and height must comply with revised procedures and updated fire prevention measures on the Simplified Technical Project (PTS) – 18-Mar-2020 [81328]
SÃO PAULO: Companies operating any activities and owning or managing buildings of a specific area and height must comply with revised procedures and updated fire prevention measures on the Simplified Technical Project (PTS) – 18-Mar-2020 [81350]
SÃO PAULO: Mandatory registration of the internal fire brigade for owners or managers of buildings and companies operating in risk areas – 19-May-2020 [81329]
SÃO PAULO: The provision of non-essential services in the state of São Paulo remains suspended until 30 July 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic – 11-Jul-2020 [81829]
SÃO PAULO: The quarantine declared in the State of São Paulo is extended until 14 July 2020 – 27-Jun-2020 [81680]

· Bulgaria
Companies face new requirements on technical supervision over dangerous equipment and qualifications of employees – 16-Jun-2020 [81339]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80867]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81355]

· Canada
BRITISH COLUMBIA: Companies required to develop a COVID-19 Safety Plan – 14-May-2020 [81631]
MANITOBA: Public gatherings of 25 people allowed as of 22 May 2020 – 27-May-2020 [80690]
MANITOBA: State of Emergency extended until 15 July 2020 – 18-Jun-2020 [81476]
New Brunswick: Additional measures adopted for companies operating during COVID-19 – 02-Jul-2020 [81528]
NOVA SCOTIA: Gatherings of 50 people allowed as of 18 June 2020 – 18-Jun-2020 [81486]

· China
CHONGQING: Companies producing or using special equipment will be subject to more stringent requirements as of 1 September 2020 – 05-Jun-2020 [81186]
Companies engaging in activities of carrying and transporting liquefied natural gas(LNG) tanks on an entire ship as consignors are subject to regulations on safety transportation – 06-Jul-2020 [81738]
Companies manufacturing, using, storing, or transporting special controlled hazardous chemicals must comply with more stringent management measures – 30-May-2020 [81010]
Companies manufacturing, using, storing, or transporting special controlled hazardous chemicals must comply with more stringent management measures – 30-May-2020 [81093]
Facilities engaging in the waste lead-acid batteries activities must comply with more stringent requirements regarding pollution control – 19-May-2020 [80628]
GUANGDONG: Companies emitting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are subject to a uniform inventory of VOCs Management Records as of 8 May 2020 – 08-May-2020 [81430]
GUANGXI ZHUANG: Companies discharging water pollutants must comply with more stringent requirements as of 1 May 2020 – 17-Jan-2020 [81011]
HENAN: Work safety training outline and assessment standard is issued for personnel other than the main responsible person, work safety management personnel, and special operators in non-high-risk industries – 30-Jun-2020 [81795]
JIANGSU: Companies using special equipment must note the classification criteria for special equipment accidents is amended – 06-Mar-2020 [80610]
LIAONING: Companies on the 2020 Catalogue of Major Pollutants Sources must disclose pollutants discharge information to the public before 25 August 2020 – 27-May-2020 [80650]
NINGXIA: Companies’ prescribed fire safety responsibilities will be prolonged – 10-Jun-2020 [81524]
NINGXIA: Industrial facilities must contribute at least 60% of the training fees to front-line employees – 03-Jun-2020 [81698]
Producers, importers and processors of new chemical substances less than 1 tons only need to notify the Ministry of Ecology and Environment beginning on 1 January 2021 – 07-May-2020 [80608]
SICHUAN: Companies violating work safety requirements may be subject to criminal liabilities – 30-Jun-2020 [81472]
ZHEJIANG: Companies must comply with more specific requirements concerning handling, storage, usage and waste treatment of hazardous chemicals – 30-Apr-2020 [80571]
ZHEJIANG: Companies on the 2020 Catalogue of Major Pollutants Sources must disclose pollutants discharge information to the public – 12-May-2020 [80572]

· Colombia
Colombia has extended the lockdown until 15 July 2020 – 02-Jul-2020 [81539]
Companies are exempted from renewing the certification of their employees working at heights during the COVID-19 emergency – 06-Jul-2020 [81799]
Companies operating in the chemical, petrochemical, manufacture of non-metal products or basic metal products and food industries must comply with the prescribed sanitary biosafety protocol – 21-May-2020 [80730]

· Croatia
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80878]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81366]

· Czech Republic
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80869]
Drivers of dangerous goods vehicles have to hold a dangerous goods transport certificate – 30-Jun-2020 [81736]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81357]

· Denmark
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80871]
Companies subject to strict audits must now pay a fee of 10.000 DKK for each strict audit (skærpet tilsyn) performed in their workplace – [81679]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81359]

· Ecuador
All companies are subject to the suspension of all terms and deadlines in all procedures before the Ministry of Energy and Non-Renewable Natural Resources until the termination of the state of sanitary emergency caused by the COVID-19 – 26-Jul-2020 [81788]

· Egypt
New curfew timing imposed – 19-Jun-2020 [80725]

· Estonia
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80872]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81360]

· European Union
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80874]
List of harmonised standards for personal protective equipment (PPE) updated – 18-May-2020 [80590]
Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) classified as risk group 3 biological agent – 04-Jun-2020 [81003]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81362]

· Finland
Companies may derogate from ADR provisions on carriage in transportation chain when carrying Class 2 gases in refillable pressure receptacles authorised by the US Department of Transportation – 29-May-2020 [80903]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80875]
Duties of the employer concerning registration of employees exposed to carcinogenic substances and processes specified as of 1 September 2020 – 16-Jun-2020 [81767]
Finland implemented ICAO-TI 2019-2020 with updates to requirements for transporting of dangerous goods by air – 12-Jun-2020 [81627]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81363]

· France
Companies have to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training to their workers – 04-Jul-2020 [81532]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80876]
Companies to benefit from extended deadlines to report on occupational accidents until 10 October 2020 – 18-Jun-2020 [81297]
Facilities manufacturing glue, paint, coatings or lacquers must comply with specific provisions on fireproofing, access, emissions and wastewater – 14-May-2020 [80580]
Facilities monitoring motorised vehicles and metalworking must comply with specific provisions on fireproofing, access and aerial lifting – 12-May-2020 [80703]
More lenient lock down measures amidst coronavirus pandemic but sanitary measures remain the same – 12-May-2020 [80548]
More lenient lock down measures amidst coronavirus pandemic but sanitary measures remain the same – 12-May-2020 [80549]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81364]

· Germany
Bay: Further relaxation of corona restrictions for private gatherings and shops – 14-Jul-2020 [81746]
Bbg: Further relaxation of corona restrictions – 26-Jun-2020 [81773]
Bln: Further relaxation of corona restrictions – 26-Jun-2020 [81761]
BW: More relaxation of corona restrictions introduced – 03-Jun-2020 [81140]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80870]
Contact restrictions prolonged and temporary simplification of approval procedures implemented – 28-May-2020 [81243]
HB: Further relaxation of corona restrictions – 14-Jul-2020 [81793]
He: Measures against the spread of the Covid 19 coronavirus updated – 03-Jul-2020 [81726]
HH: Further relaxation of corona restrictions – 30-Jun-2020 [81757]
LSA: Further relaxation of corona restrictions – 30-Jun-2020 [81790]
MV: Further relaxation of corona restrictions – 07-Jul-2020 [81752]
Nds: New Ordinance reorganizes regulations against the coronavirus and introduces further relaxation of restrictions – 11-Jul-2020 [81733]
NRW: Relaxation of corona restriction allow meetings with up to 100 people and more customers inside shops – 12-Jun-2020 [81138]
RP Further relaxation of corona restrictions and updated hygiene concepts available – 25-Jun-2020 [81724]
Sa: Further relaxation of corona restrictions – 16-Jul-2020 [81815]
SH: Further Relaxation of corona restrictions – 29-Jun-2020 [81749]
Srl: Further relaxation of corona restrictions and step-by-step plan for events introduced – 11-Jul-2020 [81797]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81358]
Th: End of contact restrictions in public places and further relaxations of corona restrictions – 12-Jun-2020 [81202]

· Greece
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80877]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81365]
Workers must keep 1.5 metres distance at the workplace – 31-May-2020 [80822]

· Guernsey
Facilities that own or occupy electric installations, lifts, pressure systems or gas holders can receive a temporary disapplication of periodical examination requirements with regards to this equipment or installation – 12-Jun-2020 [81412]

· Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China
Owners and occupiers of an industrial building are subject to fire safety requirements when served with a fire safety direction – 19-Jun-2020 [81714]
The ban on public gatherings of more than eight persons amid the COVID-19 pandemic has been extended to 18 June 2020 – 02-Jun-2020 [80741]
The government eases the number of public gathering ban from 8 persons to 50 persons and extends the ban to 2 July 2020 – 16-Jun-2020 [81184]
The government extends the ban on the public gatherings of more than 50 persons from 3 July 2020 to 16 July 2020 – 30-Jun-2020 [81466]
The number of a group gathering reduces to 4 persons, and the ban on public gatherings extended from 15 July 2020 to 28 July 2020 – 13-Jul-2020 [81823]

· Hungary
Companies can benefit from extended deadlines for completing certain periodic work safety and fire safety inspections and for renewing the health certificates for operator licenses as a result of the COVID-19 state of emergency – 05-May-2020 [80828]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80879]
Following the withdrawal of the state of emergency, companies now have specific deadlines for completing work safety and fire safety inspections formerly postponed due to the COVID-19 state of emergency – 17-Jun-2020 [81841]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81367]

· India
Chemical substance Ether to conform to the specified Indian Standard (IS) 336:1973 and bear standards mark starting from 31 December 2020
– 29-Jun-2020 [81783]
Chemical substance n-Butyl Acrylate to conform to the specified Indian Standard (IS)14709:1999 and bear standards mark starting from 31 December 2020
– 29-Jun-2020 [81772]
Chemical substance n-Butyl Acrylate to conform to the specified Indian Standard (IS)14709:1999 and bear standards mark starting from 31 December 2020
– 29-Jun-2020 [81777]
Chemical substance Terephthalic Acid to conform to the specified Indian Standard (IS) 15030:2001 and bear standards mark starting from 31 December 2020
– 29-Jun-2020 [81781]
Chemical substance Toluene to conform to the specified Indian Standard (IS) 537:2011 and bear standards mark starting from 31 December 2020
– 29-Jun-2020 [81779]
Companies that carry out work in confined spaces must adhere to strict safety requirements prescribed by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health – 08-Jun-2020 [81641]
DELHI/HARYANA: Wearing of facemask is mandatory at the work and public places – 28-May-2020 [81094]
Facilities involved in handling or storage of compressed gas resuming their operations after being shut down for a significant period must comply with additional safety requirements – 05-May-2020 [81770]
Facilities that engage in solvent extraction must adhere to strict safety requirements prescribed by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health – 29-May-2020 [81423]
Facilities that engage in the production of metal castings must adhere to the safety guidelines issued by the Directorate of Industrial Safety Health – 29-May-2020 [81336]
Facilities that operate power press machines must adhere to strict safety requirements prescribed by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health – 29-May-2020 [81421]
Facilities that operate steel rolling mills must adhere to prescribed safety guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic – 29-May-2020 [81338]
Factories subject to modified requirements regarding employee working hours due to COVID-19 – 30-Jun-2020 [81810]
Ginning and Pressing Factories must adhere to stringent safety requirements issued by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) – 29-May-2020 [81418]
GUJARAT: Facilities now are permitted to store hazardous waste onsite for up to 180 days or beyond 15 days after lockdown is lifted, whichever is earlier – 09-Apr-2020 [80738]
HIMACHAL PRADESH: Facilities using interstate employees and facilities carrying out interstate trading, material supply or services must comply with the prescribed Standard Operating Procedures in order to prevent the exposure and the spread of COVID – 23-May-2020 [80933]
India has extended lockdown in the COVID-19 containment zones until 31 July 2020 – 29-Jun-2020 [81512]
India to resume activities in non-containment zones in phases; however, containment zones continue to be under lockdown until 30 June 2020 – 30-May-2020 [80623]
Karnataka: Factories are subject to modified requirements regarding employees working conditions due to COVID-19 pandemic until 21 August 2020 – 22-May-2020 [81134]
MAHARASHTRA: Automobile and ancillary factories must comply with strict safety measures as prescribed by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) – 29-May-2020 [80711]
MAHARASHTRA: Chemical factories resuming operations after a prolonged lockdown or closures must follow the safety guidelines issued by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) – 29-May-2020 [80791]
MAHARASHTRA: Companies must review the safety protocols provided by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) and the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) before resuming operations after the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown. – 11-May-2020 [80606]
MAHARASHTRA: Companies using ammonia as a refrigerant must comply with strict safety precautions for cold storages and chilling centers as prescribed by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) – 29-May-2020 [80665]
MAHARASHTRA: Companies with Consent to Operate (CTO) and Consent to Establish (CTE) from the Maharastra Pollution Control Board can continue to operate until 30 September 2020 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. – 28-Apr-2020 [80532]
MAHARASHTRA: Dyes industries resuming operations after prolonged lockdown or closures must follow safety norms issued by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) – 29-May-2020 [80789]
MAHARASHTRA: Factories are subject to modified requirements regarding employees working conditions due to COVID-19 Pandemic until 30 June 2020 – 08-May-2020 [80534]
Manufacturing and chemical industries resuming their operations after being shut down for a significant period must undertake stricter health and safety assessment as per the guidelines issued by the NDMA – 09-May-2020 [80706]
Offices resuming operations/activities must adhere to instructions prescribed in the Standard Operation Procedures for preventive measures and response to COVID-19 infections – 04-Jun-2020 [80857]
TAMIL NADU: Companies can continue to operate until 30 June 2020 after the the validity period of the Consent to Operate (CTO) and Authorizations has been extended due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. – 01-Apr-2020 [80530]
TAMIL NADU: Companies can continue to operate until 30 September 2020 after the validity period of the Consent to Operate (CTO) and Authorizations has been extended due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. – 01-Jul-2020 [81643]
TAMIL NADU: Companies must review the guidelines provided by the Department of Revenue and Disaster Management (DRDM) before resuming operations following the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown. – 11-May-2020 [80601]
TAMIL NADU: Factories handling hazardous processes or dangerous operations must comply with strict safety guidelines issued by the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) before restarting operations. – 07-May-2020 [80599]

· Indonesia
Companies consigning or transporting goods must carry out control measures in times of COVID-19 – 08-Jun-2020 [80986]
Companies employing drivers or employees traveling within or in and out of Indonesia must implement the new habit protocol while traveling – 06-Jun-2020 [81267]
Companies employing drivers or transporting goods must follow technical guidelines to adapt to the new normal – 08-Jun-2020 [80909]
Companies installing, and/ or assembling, using or operating, maintaining, fixing, and modifying lifts and cranes must comply with the occupational health and safety requirements – 12-Jun-2020 [81566]
Companies that produce, collect, use, manage, or store toxic and hazardous wastes must limit storage time for their toxic and hazardous wastes – 01-Jul-2020 [81475]
West Java: Companies must continue to suspend business activities at the workplace for an extended period due to coronavirus pandemic – 19-May-2020 [80559]
West Java: Companies must continue to suspend business activities at the workplace for an extended period due to coronavirus pandemic – 28-May-2020 [80692]
West Java: Companies subject to penalties in case of violation on the large scale social distancing – 22-May-2020 [80560]

· International
Companies can temporarily use in the rail transport of dangerous goods tanks, pressure receptacles, closed cryogenic receptacles and portable tanks and UN MEGCs with an expired inspection or pressure test – 05-Jun-2020 [81115]
Training certificates of safety advisers for the rail transport of dangerous goods expired between 1 March and 1 November 2020 remain valid until 30 November 2020 – 05-Jun-2020 [81108]

· Iraq
Companies involved in the installation or use of portable fire extinguishers must comply with mandatory Iraqi standard – 01-Jun-2020 [80655]

· Ireland
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80880]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81368]

· Israel
Companies can benefit from several regulatory easements adopted in connection with the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID 19) – 25-Mar-2020 [81263]
Companies must comply with social distancing and other requirements introduced in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID 19) – 26-Apr-2020 [81100]
Various certificates and permits automatically extended for 10 weeks due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) – 30-Jun-2020 [81576]

· Italy
Companies can access further indications on the health and safety measures to adopt during the Covid-19 health emergency, including specifications on employees trainings – 11-Jun-2020 [81146]
Companies face revised requirements for qualification and training of drivers of road vehicles, as well as an exceptional postponement of certain deadlines – 01-Jul-2020 [81544]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80881]
Employers face new and stricter occupational exposure limits (OELs) for certain carcinogenic substances in line with EU OELs – 09-Jun-2020 [80965]
Italy extends the validity period of Covid-19 containment measures at the workplace until 31 July 2020 – 14-Jul-2020 [81768]
New parametric value for Hexavalent Chromium in water for human consumption postponed until 30 June 2020
– 27-May-2020 [80675]
New parametric value for Hexavalent Chromium in water for human consumption postponed until 30 June 2020
– 27-May-2020 [80994]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81369]
The country enters phase 2 of the health emergency and allows companies to resume their activities following extraordinary health and safety measures – 19-May-2020 [80562]

· Japan
16 chemicals are designated as poisonous or deleterious substances – 24-Jun-2020 [81327]
Deadlines for submitting annual reports on the storage of mercury or renewable resources containing mercury have been postponed to the end of August in 2020 – 12-Jun-2020 [81165]
Deadlines for submitting chemical related reports have been extended from the end of June to the end of July in 2020 – 12-Jun-2020 [81005]
Facilities storing and handling 200 kilograms or more of aluminium(III) chloride and its preparations will become subject to the notification requirements – 29-May-2020 [81118]
Facilities that carry out involving welding fumes and basic manganese oxide will be subject to more requirements to protect their workers – 22-Apr-2020 [81585]
Manufacturers or importers of chemicals must review the June 2020 updated list of existing chemicals under the Industrial Safety and Health Law – 26-Jun-2020 [81335]
The exemption for manufacturers, importers and sellers of food utensils or containers/packaging to compliy with the requirements under the Food Sanitation Law has been specified – 28-Apr-2020 [81121]
Water quality standard for hexavalent chromium compound modified – 25-Mar-2020 [81268]

· Jersey
COVID-19 spread prevention measures at construction works, offices and canteens will continue to apply at least until 25 June 2020 – 11-Jun-2020 [81084]

· Kuwait
Companies must comply with specific prevention measures during resuming of activities – 24-Jun-2020 [81307]

· Lithuania
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80882]
Companies using potentially dangerous equipment and maintaining it themselves to comply with the new list of essential maintenance tools – 08-May-2020 [81434]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81370]

· Luxembourg
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80883]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81371]

· Mali
Facilities must ensure that all persons on their work premises wear face masks – [80752]
Facilities must ensure that all persons on their work premises wear face masks – [80754]

· Malta
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80885]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81373]

· Mexico
Companies that discharge wastewater must use biodegradable materials in their process when feasible – 06-Jan-2020 [80743]
MEXICO CITY: Facilities seeking approval for their Internal Civil Protection Programs must file them online – 22-Apr-2020 [81150]
MEXICO: Companies to implement actions to safely restart their operations – 14-May-2020 [80569]
MEXICO: Validity and legal effects of the federal driver’s license and the practice of comprehensive physical and psychological exams are extended – 14-May-2020 [80688]
NUEVO LEON: Facilities that conduct non-essential activities must remain shut down until 30 June 2020 – 31-May-2020 [81065]
NUEVO LEON: Maximum permissible limits for PM10 and PM2.5 and stricter dust control measures to be implemented on construction sites – 05-Jun-2020 [81774]
SINALOA: Companies are subject to suspension of the reception of documents or requests related to administrative procedures in the decentralized agencies and bodies of the Executive Power of the State of Sinaloa, until 19 July 2020 – 29-Jun-2020 [81676]
STATE OF MEXICO: Companies to follow guidance for the safe reactivation of operations – 20-May-2020 [80621]

· Morocco
Health Emergency State extended with more relaxed measures – 09-Jun-2020 [80949]

· Namibia
Facilities manufacturing or transporting non-essential goods must comply with permit requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic – 29-May-2020 [81261]

· Netherlands
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80886]
Facilities can soon use the adjusted exception regarding the use of hoisting equipment (intended for transport of goods) for transport of people – 11-May-2020 [80945]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81374]

· New Zealand
Companies should be aware of changes to notice of restricted areas under the Biosecurity Act 1993, amendments to the form of publication of required documents and potential for conducting remote hearings under the Resource Management Act 1991. – 25-May-2020 [81197]
In order to conduct operations companies must ensure compliance with physical distancing, contact tracing measures and requirements on gatherings to prevent COVID 19. – 29-May-2020 [80740]
Since 22 May 2020 companies which own buildings do not need to comply with certain fire safety and evacuation procedures while COVID-19 Notice is in place. – 21-May-2020 [80898]

· Peru
Additional companies are allowed to resume activities with the approval of Phase 2 of the Resumption of Activities due to Covid-19 – 04-Jun-2020 [81148]
Additional companies can resume activities within Phase 2 of the Resumption of Activities due to Covid-19, as well as extra obligations required (such as segregation of waste and limits to the use of single-use plastic) – 18-Jun-2020 [81489]
Certain companies are allowed to resume activities within the National Health Emergency due to Covid-19 – 03-May-2020 [81007]
Certain companies are allowed to resume activities within the National Health Emergency due to Covid-19 – 03-May-2020 [81152]
The State of National Health Emergency has been extended until 31 July, 2020 with new social distancing conducts – 26-Jun-2020 [81670]

· Philippines
Companies operating in the energy industry must comply with COVID-19 response protocol – 21-May-2020 [80557]
PEZA-registered companies must submit an online self-assessment checklist to determine the level of compliance with the COVID-19 workplace guidelines by 15 June 2020 – 22-Jun-2020 [80734]

· Poland
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80887]
Facilities having workers onsite subject to further health and safety requirements to prevent the spread of COVID-19 – 29-May-2020 [80771]
Facilities storing, collecting and processing combustible waste subject to stricter storage and fire prevention requirements – 25-Feb-2020 [80593]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81375]

· Portugal
Companies must continue to comply with health and safety rules due to the state of calamity in Portugal – 12-Jun-2020 [81059]
Companies must continue to comply with specific health and safety rules due to the state of calamity in Portugal – 29-May-2020 [80840]
Companies must continue to comply with specific health and safety rules due to the state of calamity in Portugal – 29-May-2020 [80997]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80888]
Owners and managers of buildings to comply with streamlined fire safety requirements – 02-Jun-2020 [81708]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81376]

· Romania
Companies must comply with updated health and safety measures, and some companies may benefit of fiscal incentives in light of the COVID-19 pandemic – 16-May-2020 [81107]
Companies operating in the filed of construction and management of buildings must comply with updated requirements regarding the issuance of the mandatory fire safety authorization. – 06-May-2020 [81119]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80889]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81377]

· Russia
Moscow starts lifting restrictions introduced due to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) – 08-Jun-2020 [80906]
MOSCOW: High-alert mode for COVID-19 extended until 14 June 2020 – 29-May-2020 [80632]
Preliminary medical examinations of employees working in harmful and (or) hazardous types of work and working conditions can now be postponed by the employer – 23-May-2020 [80537]
Validity of complex environmental permits extended amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – 16-Jun-2020 [81156]
Work with computers no longer requires medical examinations – 11-May-2020 [80635]

· Saudi Arabia
Curfew restrictions relaxed on the national level except in Mecca – 29-Jun-2020 [80723]
Lockdown completely lifted in Saudi Arabia – 26-Jul-2020 [81569]
New regulation on maritime transport activities adopted – 15-May-2020 [80636]
Regulation for the limitation of gatherings that contribute to the spread of the coronavirus is adopted – 15-May-2020 [80654]

· Serbia
Preventative measures for a safe and healthy work environment adopted in Serbia in order to prevent an outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in work places – 08-Jul-2020 [81572]

· Singapore
Chloropicrin will be listed as a hazardous substance for the purposes of environmental protection and management on 1 October 2020 – 01-Jul-2020 [81522]
More sectors are permitted to reopen and must comply with additional safety regulations on mask-wearing, safe distancing and disinfection in response to COVID-19 pandemic – 19-Jun-2020 [81181]

· Slovakia
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80892]
Residents of the Czech Republic and Hungary can enter Slovakia without any further COVID-19 restrictions – 01-Jun-2020 [80826]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81380]

· Slovenia
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80891]
Public gatherings of up to 50 people allowed in Slovenia as of 30 June 2020 – 29-Jun-2020 [81561]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81379]

· South Africa
All facilities must make special “work-from-home” or workplace hygiene accommodations for workers above the age of 60 – 25-Jun-2020 [81492]
Companies must report annual earnings to the Compensation Fund using the updated annual return of earnings form W.A.s 8 – 24-Apr-2020 [80687]
Employers are temporarily relieved of the requirement to undertake an ergonomics risk assessment and related medical surveillance – 19-Jun-2020 [81262]
Employers that operate mining sites must develop a code of practice to mitigate or manage outbreaks of COVID-19 on the work premises – 18-May-2020 [81321]
First aid training organizations have until 31 March 2021 to submit an accreditation certificate to the Department of Labour – 19-Jun-2020 [81318]
Vehicle operation permits which expired during the national lockdown period are now due for renewal – 04-May-2020 [80685]

· Spain
BASQUE COUNTRY: Companies must take the necessary measures to avoid the generation of risks of spread and exposure to the COVID-19. – 19-Jun-2020 [81580]
CASTILE AND LEON: Companies to comply with additional health and safety obligations to protect workers from exposure to COVID-19 – 20-Jun-2020 [81441]
CASTILE AND LEON: Companies to comply with additional health and safety obligations to protect workers from exposure to COVID-19 – 20-Jun-2020 [81442]
CATALONIA: Companies must adopt basic protection and organizational measures to prevent the risk of COVID-19 transmission – 19-Jun-2020 [81549]
CATALONIA: Companies with emission sources are subject to reinstated deadlines for procedures related to certain potentially polluting activities of the atmosphere that were suspended by the declaration of the state of alarm – 19-May-2020 [80581]
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80873]
COVID-19 lockdown rules further relaxed according to de-escalation plan – 06-Jun-2020 [80848]
Employers will remain subject to COVID-19 health and safety duties after expiry of state of alarm – 10-Jun-2020 [80969]
Industrial quality and safety rules further clarified and simplified – 20-Jun-2020 [81518]
Lockdown restrictions further eased over the entire country – 23-May-2020 [80591]
MADRID: Employers subject to further COVID-19 health and safety obligations – 20-Jun-2020 [81431]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81361]

· Sweden
Companies owning transport vehicles or employing drivers can benefit from extended periods of validity for drivers’ certificates of professional competence, drivers’ licences and tests of periodic road-worthiness – 25-May-2020 [80890]
Suppliers of hazardous substances or mixtures to include further information on the SDS – 26-Jun-2020 [81378]

· Switzerland
Extensive lifting of COVID-19 related measures from 22 June 2020 – 19-Jun-2020 [81299]

· Taiwan (Province of China)
Companies consigning the maritime transport of dangerous goods must comply with more stringent requirements of classification, package, and label – 04-Jun-2020 [81591]

· Thailand
Most businesses and activities may operate in-person activities subject to Covid-19 precautionary measures, such as strict hygiene control, screening, and social distancing requirements – 13-Jun-2020 [81807]
Selected businesses are allowed to reopen subject to strict controls as part of the gradual easing of COVID-19 restrictions – 29-May-2020 [80956]

· Tunisia
Health Emergency State extended for 6 months – 29-Jun-2020 [80756]

· Turkey
Radiation emergency management requirements introduced – 18-Jun-2020 [81241]
SEVESO facilities must prepare a major accident scenario document – 30-Jun-2020 [81452]
Vocational training certificate is made compulsory – 09-Jun-2020 [80938]

· Ukraine
Adaptive quarantine regime extended in Ukraine until July 31 due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) – 29-Jun-2020 [81479]
Procedure for issuing permits for hazardous works and hazardous machinery clarified – 12-Mar-2020 [80955]
Risk evaluation criteria for economic activities in areas of industrial safety, labor protection and occupational health and subsequent frequency of State control adopted – 25-May-2020 [80634]

· United Arab Emirates
Companies in the private sector can benefit from the in-office workforce capacity’s increase to 50 percent – 17-Jun-2020 [81139]

· United Kingdom
Companies must continue to comply with physical distancing measures – 18-Jun-2020 [81245]
Companies must continue to prioritise work from home where possible – 01-Jun-2020 [81249]
Companies must remove equipment containing PCB from use by end of 2025 at the latest – 05-May-2020 [81102]
Gatherings of up to 30 people can now take place – 29-Jun-2020 [81658]

· United States
MICHIGAN: Companies must comply with maximum size limits on all gatherings or events and safety standards for fitness facilities – 05-Jun-2020 [81096]
MICHIGAN: Michigan extends stay at home order until 12 June 2020 – 26-May-2020 [80585]
NEW HAMPSHIRE: Companies must comply with workplace safety standards as the state opens up – 16-Jun-2020 [81343]
ARIZONA: Companies must maintain all licensed radioactive material shipping records for 3 years and comply with updated radioactive material transference and distribution requirements – 29-May-2020 [80973]
CALIFORNIA: Commercial driver’s license applicants to comply with the federal entry-level driver training requirements and submit training certification for the first time – 05-Jun-2020 [81685]
CALIFORNIA: Face coverings must be worn in common and public indoor places, as well as when working in common areas, enclosed rooms, or spaces open to the public – 18-Jun-2020 [81444]
CALIFORNIA: Facilities with publicly available electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) subject to labeling and data reporting requirements for the first time – 12-Jun-2020 [81687]
Certain chemical manufacturers and importers may qualify for the small manufacturer exemption to recordkeeping and reporting requirements under TSCA Section 8(a) – 28-May-2020 [80637]
EPA adopts significant new use rules (SNURs) for 16 chemical substances – 09-Jun-2020 [80930]
EPA adopts Significant New Use Rules on Certain Chemical Substances – 05-May-2020 [81584]
FMCSA adds flexibility to the Hours of Service regulations by expanding the short-haul exception and driving window during adverse conditions, making the 30-minute break requirement more versatile, and modifying the sleeper berth exception – 01-Jun-2020 [80999]
GEORGIA: Companies that own or operate wastewater treatment facilities must be aware of updated notice and public participation requirements for various types of wastewater and stormwater permits – 27-May-2020 [80856]
HAWAII: Medium-risk businesses in certain counties permitted to resume operations after complying with physical distancing and face-covering requirements and implementing safe practices – 18-May-2020 [80643]
HAWAII: Medium-risk businesses must continue to implement safe practices as counties remain in Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan – 10-Jun-2020 [81091]
LOUISIANA: Amended life safety and property protection systems and equipment laws clarify what acts are prohibited without licenses and who must perform annual inspections – 13-Jun-2020 [81686]
LOUISIANA: Nonessential businesses to continue to operate at 50 percent of the maximum building capacity as the state remains in Phase 2 of its reopening plan – 25-Jun-2020 [81729]
LOUISIANA: Nonessential businesses to operate at 50 percent of the maximum building capacity and continue implementing COVID-19 prevention measures under the updated Phase 2 guidance – 04-Jun-2020 [81089]
MARYLAND: After 1 January 2021, companies are prohibited from selling children’s products that contain more than 0.1% by mass of flame-retardant chemicals – 08-May-2020 [80615]
MARYLAND: Retail establishments and manufacturing facilities previously required to close may reopen subject to occupancy and other safety requirements – 13-May-2020 [80541]
MASSACHUSETTS: Brick-and-mortar facilities in the state will have to follow COVID-19 Workplaces Safety Rules for the first time – 10-Jul-2020 [81742]
MASSACHUSETTS: MassDEP adopted approved methods for analyzing PFAS and 1,4 -Dioxane in drinking water – 12-Jun-2020 [81443]
MINNESOTA: Any facility required to have an air emissions permit may not use trichloroethylene at its permitted facility – 04-Jun-2020 [81062]
MONTANA: Facilities should comply with Phase Two reopening guidance on occupancy and operations, including requirements for the reopening of gyms – 19-May-2020 [80551]
NEW YORK: Additional non-essential businesses, including offices, in certain regions can resume operations after complying with reopening requirements and developing a COVID-19 Safety Plan – 29-May-2020 [80928]
NEW YORK: Companies allowed to deny entry of individuals without masks or face coverings if necessary to ensure compliance with the face-coverings requirement – 28-May-2020 [80924]
NEW YORK: Companies can pre-screen individuals by taking their temperatures and deny entry of individuals who refuse to take the temperature check or have fever temperatures – 06-Jun-2020 [81082]
NEW YORK: Food establishments in certain regions can provide food and beverage for on-premises consumption after complying with reopening requirements and developing a COVID-19 Safety Plan – 13-Jun-2020 [81207]
RHODE ISLAND: The state enters phase II of reopening – 29-May-2020 [80647]
RHODE ISLAND: The state enters phase III of reopening – 29-Jun-2020 [81594]
RHODE ISLAND:Companies must designate personnel to ensure compliance with required COVID-19 control measures – 01-Jul-2020 [81716]
TEXAS: EPA approves revisions to Texas’s UST program and retains inspection and enforcement authority – 22-Jun-2020 [81589]
Transporters of hazardous materials must comply with updated incorporation of international standards, including testing requirements for lithium batteries and the listing of several articles containing hazardous materials for the first time – 11-May-2020 [80785]
Transporters of hazardous materials must comply with updated incorporation of international standards, including testing requirements for lithium batteries and the listing of several articles containing hazardous materials for the first time – 11-May-2020 [81311]
VIRGINIA: Companies must continue complying with current federal motor carrier safety regulations – 25-May-2020 [80783]
WASHINGTON: All businesses must continue to comply with the extended county-by-county reopening plan, including mandatory industry-specific guidelines and requirements for employers to comply with local health orders – 01-Jul-2020 [81578]
WASHINGTON: Beginning 1 October 2020, employers must comply with updated and reorganized fall protection standards that are better aligned with federal standards – 02-Jun-2020 [81523]
WASHINGTON: Facilities that obtain electrical permits after 1 July 2020 must comply with the 2020 Edition of the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70), with state-specific modifications – 19-May-2020 [81516]
WEST VIRGINIA: Companies must comply with an updated fire code, beginning 1 August 2020 – 05-May-2020 [80953]
WEST VIRGINIA: Food service facilities and large retail establishments, among others, may re-open subject to certain mandatory distancing and hygiene guidelines as part of the ongoing planned re-opening – 19-May-2020 [81001]

· Uzbekistan
Procedure for registering Major Hazard Installations (MHIs) in the State Register adopted – 12-Jun-2020 [81019]

· Vietnam
Appraisal fees for issuance of water-related permits reduced to 80 percent of the current rates until 31 December 2020 – 05-May-2020 [80918]
Chemical producers and importers must obtain a permit issued by the Ministry of Industry and Trade and comply with stringent requirements on chemical safety – 09-Mar-2020 [81648]
Companies must comply with the amended procedure for regulatory conformity declaration and certification of electronic equipment potentially causing safety risks – 07-May-2020 [80919]
Employers must pay every month 0.3 percent of the employees’ salary to the occupational accident and disease insurance fund as of 15 July 2020 – 27-May-2020 [80922]
Fees for fire equipment inspection and fire design appraisal reduced to 50 percent of the current rates until 31 December 2020 – 22-Jun-2020 [81651]
Schedule chemicals, DOC, DOC-PSF chemicals producers are subject to additional requirements on occupational health and safety as of 3 August 2020 – 16-Jun-2020 [81649]
Under the amended lists of potentially unsafe products, more electronic equipment are subject to regulatory conformity requirements as of 1 July 2020 – 14-May-2020 [80920]