Webinars & E-Learning

Exporters of certain industrial chemical substances or mixtures are required to notify the U.S. EPA of export activities and it is important to understand the statutory requirements and the notification process.
Importers of chemical substances or mixtures into the U.S. must make a certification regarding TSCA compliance before beginning import activities.
Understanding the recent paradigm shift in the US new chemical review framework and the current scientific assessment process will assist companies with proper business planning and helps to ensure chemicals get to market in a timely fashion.
This session will provide a high-level overview of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
Certain types of polymers may qualify for reduced regulatory requirements under the U.S. Toxic Substances Control Act.
Understanding the statutory requirements and record keeping responsibilities under TSCA section 8(c) and establishing an internal 8(c) program is essential for a company’s overall TSCA compliance program.
Manufacturers, importers, processors and distributors of chemical substances in commerce have a reporting obligation under TSCA section 8(c) when new information is obtained that potentially indicates a conclusion of substantial risk to health or the envi
It is not always clear from the new chemical notification forms what type of information is important to provide the U.S. EPA to properly inform the risk assessment and reduce delays.
This session will highlight available freeware tools that can be used to conduct a preliminary risk assessment before submitting new chemical notifications to the U.S. EPA to anticipate potential regulatory concerns and identify critical outcomes.
The type of new chemical submission and U.S. notification strategy has become increasingly important with the changes to TSCA Section 5 under the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act.