NICNAS to AICIS Education Program

To help understand and comply with obligations under the new industrial chemicals laws that take effect from 1 July 2020, NICNAS has compiled a set of informational material to explain the changes. To ensure a smooth transition from NICNAS to AICIS, this educational material and guidance on how the new scheme will work is now available to all interested parties.   Source: NICNAS to AICIS

 

How to Prevent Zoom Bombing: 7 Simple Tips

With so many people now working remotely from their workplace, it has become common for businesspeople and clients to transfer their meetings to online via internet software such as Skype and Zoom. Trouble is, internet trolls are crashing Zoom video conferences and flooding them with inappropriate content. Here are seven easy ways to protect your meetings from Zoom bombers: Never use your personal meeting ID (generate a random one); Always use a meeting password and send it out to attendees in a separate email; Advise your attendees to use the name they have registered under as their display name; Use Zoom's waiting room feature (and if you don't recognise someone, don't let them in); Mute audio and disable video for meeting attendees; Turn off screen sharing for everyone but the meeting host/co-host; Always look professional (at least from the waist up), as you never know when you will have to start video.   Source: Brandon Vigliarolo, TechRepulic Zoom bombing tips

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Cosmetics, Personal Care and TGA Listed Sunscreens:

AICIS Release Guidance and Documents The AICIS (previously NICNAS) is the regulator responsible for industrial chemicals and cosmetic ingredients. Annual declaration and post-introduction declaration forms will be available at the end…

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Foods:

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Foods:

TGA Declares Certain Products Presented as Formulated Supplementary Sports Foods to be Medicines The Therapeutic Goods (Declared Goods) Amendment (Sports Supplements) Order 2020) (‘the Sports Supplement Declared Goods Order’) has…

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