Regulatory Authorities in the Chemical Regulation of Singapore are National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Ministry of Manpower. NEA is the authority to regulate some environmentally harmful substances. The Ministry of Manpower requires employers to communicate chemical hazard information to workers and reduce chemical exposure. 

Companies import, sell, export, purchase, use, or transport any hazardous substances controlled under the Environmental Protection and Management Act (EPMA) need to apply for hazardous substance license or permit. 



Singapore NEA Seeks Public Input on Proposed Control of POPs and Mercury-Added Products


The National Environment Agency (NEA) of Singapore launched a public consultation on 18 January 2024. The consultation seeks public input on the ...

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Singapore holds public consultation on proposed controls for formaldehyde in paints


The National Environment Agency (NEA) of Singapore is seeking feedback on proposed regulations regarding formaldehyde content in paints. The aim is to restrict the availabi...

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