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2019 December Duke Leadership Program

December Duke Leadership Program
December 8-13, 2019
Registration Deadline: October 24, 2019

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Program Description

The Duke Executive Education's Duke Leadership Program (DLP) presented by NACD is based on the principle that every leader has an individual style. The goal of the program is to help you systematize your intuitive leadership skills in an intense and supportive environment, learning to capitalize on your strengths while overcoming leadership challenges. Great leaders are continually learning. This program is ideal for anyone with current or anticipated leadership responsibilities, ranging from high-level executives and managers to people expecting to take on leadership roles, to those who are not in management positions but are expected to lead and influence others in the course of their work.

  • The program teaches six dimensions of leadership and uses a personalized method for helping you develop your competencies in each of the six areas.
  • Central to the course is a 360-degree assessment tool to be completed in advance of the program by your colleagues. Each assessment is interpreted by a professional coach who will work individually with you to analyze the results and apply leadership principles to the feedback.
  • You will work with a coach to complete a Personal Development Plan (PDP) to help you become the type of leader you strive to be. The PDP will serve as a roadmap for addressing new leadership challenges after completion of the course. In addition to working with course instructors on these plans, you will be divided into small working groups to provide each other feedback.

Learning Outcomes

  • Become more intentional and strategic in leadership as opposed to relying on intuition
  • Create and project your vision, values, and expertise
  • Demonstrate understanding of and concern for others
  • Build coherence by clarifying roles, rules, and processes
  • Serve as a source of optimism and enthusiasm while eliciting excellence and innovation
  • Provide the resources and support to encourage savvy risk-taking
  • Infuse responsibility, ethical actions, and balance in an organizational setting
  • Recognize ways to lead effectively under a variety of conditions
  • Lead in times of change, including crises and mergers
  • Create an effective leadership team

Who Should Attend

Anyone with current or anticipated leadership responsibilities, and those who are not in management positions but are expected to lead and influence others in the course of their work.

Questions?

Contact Matt Glaser, Vice President, Education & Strategic Programs, at mglaser@nacd.com

2019 December Duke Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Leaders Program

December Duke Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Leaders Program
December 8-11, 2019
Registration Deadline: October 24, 2019

Register Now

Program Description & Learning Outcomes

When profit margins are scrutinized by internal and external stakeholders, knowing how decisions impact your organization’s bottom line today and in the future is crucial. Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Leaders introduces and explains the essential elements of financial reporting, including managerial and financial accounting. Participants will learn to interpret the basic components of financial statements, develop a greater understanding of how financial information can be used as a strategic tool for decision making, and be able to communicate operating, marketing, sales, and growth strategies in financial terms.

Who Should Attend

Professionals who interface with the public or other stakeholders, tailor their message to their various audiences, or those at any level who want to command attention and increase their personal and professional presence.

Questions?

Contact Matt Glaser, Vice President, Education & Strategic Programs, at mglaser@nacd.com

NACD 2020 Legislative and Regulatory Outlook Webinar

NACD 2020 Legislative and Regulatory Outlook Webinar

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

Join NACD for our annual beginning-of-the year Legislative and Regulatory Outlook webinar at 12:00 PM (ET) on Tuesday, January 28, 2020. Doug Leigh and Jack Detiveaux will discuss prospects for NACD priority legislation including Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards reauthorization, the DRIVE Safe Act, infrastructure, and state-level legislation. Jennifer Gibson and Allison Tuszynski will provide updates on top regulatory issues including the regulatory reform and enforcement climate, the Section 301 China Tariffs, DOT Hours of Service rule reform, the EPA Risk Management Program, Toxic Substances Control Act developments, and more. Be prepared for what 2020 has in store on the policy front by participating in this timely webinar.

Click here to register.

2020 Southern Region Meeting

Feb. 24 - 26, 2020

Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa
1 Resort Drive
Savannah, GA 31421

 

Learn more on the Southern Region Events page.

2020 Western Region Meeting

April 22-25, 2020

Mauna Lani Bay Resort
68-140 Mauna Lani Dr.
Kohala Coast, HI 96743

 

To learn more visit the Western Region Events page.

Washington Fly-In 2020

Washington Fly-In 2020

May 5-7, 2020 | Capital Hilton | Washington, D.C.

 

More details to come as we approach the event.

2020 Central Region Meeting

June 8-10, 2020

Hilton Milwaukee City Center
509 W Wisconsin Ave,
Milwaukee, WI 53203

 

To learn more visit the Central Region Events page.

 

 

 

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Annual Meeting 2019

Annual Meeting 2019

November 11-14, 2019 | JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort | Marco Island, Florida

NACD’s Annual Meeting has long been one of the best resources to gain information, forge partnerships, find inspiration, and discuss economic trends shaping our industry. This is where we discuss how to leverage the team that keeps your business running along with the experienced professionals who make up our industry.

Our program is packed with incredible speakers who will illustrate through economic insights, leadership skills, political understanding, and industry knowledge just how you can bring more value to your business. Plus, there will be plenty of time to meet with industry partners and peers in a beautiful Marco Island, Florida, setting.

Read more or register today.

2019 November Duke Business Negotiation Skills Program

November Duke Business Negotiation Skills Program
November 3-6, 2019
Registration Deadline: September 20, 2019

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Program Description & Learning Outcomes

Negotiation is the art and science of securing agreements between two or more interdependent parties. Effective negotiation—whether with partners, employers, managers, clients, or colleagues—is a foundational skill in management and leadership. This course will teach you how to use differences to gain a positional advantage, and it will help you to better understand how varying demographics can influence the negotiation process.

Differences Are Opportunities Rather than Obstacles

Although individuals aim to achieve the best possible outcome in any negotiation, differences with other parties may seem insurmountable. The most effective negotiators capitalize on strengths while understanding how to leverage the differing perspectives of those around the table. The Business Negotiation Skills program is designed to help you better understand how differences can be opportunities rather than obstacles in a negotiation, and teaches proven effective strategies that can help you attain a better outcome. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills by participating in live negotiations in a variety of diverse settings, integrating your personal experiences with key principles from exercises and course discussions.

Who Should Attend

Negotiation is required at all levels of an organization and in a variety of circumstances. This program will benefit professionals who lead and manage projects, processes, and teams, as well as internal and external stakeholders.

Questions?

Contact Matt Glaser, Vice President, Education & Strategic Programs, at mglaser@nacd.com 

2019 September Duke Management Program

September Duke Management Program
September 9-11, 2019
Registration Deadline: July 27, 2019

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Program Description

The Duke Management Program (DMP) translates the science of management into practical insights and actionable items. By using a diagnosis-and-treatment approach, you'll learn how to identify the causes and solutions to prevent team inefficiencies and underperformance. By working through different management scenarios you’ll learn to:

  • Avoid common decision traps so you can make good decisions and create effective plans
  • Determine what motivates—and what demotivates—each employee
  • Convey employee feedback that is fair and accurate
  • Coach for skill and career development
  • Use your power-personal and positional-to gain additional resources
  • Manage your team through skilled negotiation and networking
  • Create effective structures, procedures, and cultures

Learning Outcomes

Through experiential learning modules you will sharpen the skills necessary to become a valued manager. You will:

  • Create a Management Action Plan (MAP) specific to your team, using your Six Effects of Management survey.
  • Simulate intra-organizational negotiation methods to sustain employee motivation.
  • Manage changing views of conflict across all stakeholders.
  • Map and create a strategy for your network.
  • Use a “Motivation Analyzer” to find weak links between incentives and performance.
  • Develop a timeline to improve and measure your managerial effectiveness.
  • Practice a “Difficult Feedback” exercise.
  • Discuss how to balance and apply outcomes of your MAP.

Who Should Attend

Anyone who leads teams or departments in which work is accomplished by guiding and supporting others. This program will benefit professionals who manage projects, processes, and teams. DMP is valuable to managers at varying levels of any organization.

Questions?

Contact Matt Glaser, Vice President, Education & Strategic Programs, at mglaser@nacd.com

2019 Northeast Region Meeting

September 9-11, 2019
Annapolis Waterfront Hotel
80 Compromise St.
Annapolis, MD 21401

 

More information available here.

ChemEdge 2019

ChemEdge 2019

August 13-16, 2019 | Omni Louisville Hotel | Louisville, Kentucky

ChemEdge 2019 is here to lay the roadmap for your company for the rest of the year. Join us for educational sessions and the attractions of Louisville, KY, and discover the new way to steer your business toward success.

We are all looking for that innovative bit of information, the next wave of technology to help us build greater and greater success, and it’s all right here at the ChemEdge 2019 trade show and conference. Every year, we receive feedback that our exhibitors help you make connections to drive your business to greater successes. We improve by finding the best of curated goods and services at the only trade show developed specifically for those of us in the chemical distribution industry.

Read more or register today.

2019 Chemical Security Summit

Chemical Security Summit 

July 16-18, 2019 | Astor Crowne Plaza-New Orleans French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana

The Chemical Sector Security Summit serves as the signature chemical security event that brings together industry owners and operators, key government officials, first responders, and law enforcement to engage in face-to-face discussions and share the latest in chemical security best practices.

Networking opportunities will provide the opportunity to discuss CFATS security plans and inspections, share lessons-learned and expertise, and make valuable connections.

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The Summit is designed for chemical and related industry professionals with expertise in:

  • Corporate and facility security
  • Environment, health, and safety issues
  • Transportation and distribution of chemical products

2019 Central Region Meeting

June 10-12, 2019
Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center
3500 Midwest Rd.
Oak Brook, IL 60523

2019 June - Duke Leadership Program

June Duke Leadership Program
June 2-7, 2019
Registration Deadline: April 18, 2019

Register Now

Program Description

The Duke Executive Education's Duke Leadership Program (DLP) presented by NACD is based on the principle that every leader has an individual style. The goal of the program is to help you systematize your intuitive leadership skills in an intense and supportive environment, learning to capitalize on your strengths while overcoming leadership challenges. Great leaders are continually learning. This program is ideal for anyone with current or anticipated leadership responsibilities, ranging from high-level executives and managers to people expecting to take on leadership roles, to those who are not in management positions but are expected to lead and influence others in the course of their work.

  • The program teaches six dimensions of leadership and uses a personalized method for helping you develop your competencies in each of the six areas.
  • Central to the course is a 360-degree assessment tool to be completed in advance of the program by your colleagues. Each assessment is interpreted by a professional coach who will work individually with you to analyze the results and apply leadership principles to the feedback.
  • You will work with a coach to complete a Personal Development Plan (PDP) to help you become the type of leader you strive to be. The PDP will serve as a roadmap for addressing new leadership challenges after completion of the course. In addition to working with course instructors on these plans, you will be divided into small working groups to provide each other feedback.

Learning Outcomes

  • Become more intentional and strategic in leadership as opposed to relying on intuition
  • Create and project your vision, values, and expertise
  • Demonstrate understanding of and concern for others
  • Build coherence by clarifying roles, rules, and processes
  • Serve as a source of optimism and enthusiasm while eliciting excellence and innovation
  • Provide the resources and support to encourage savvy risk-taking
  • Infuse responsibility, ethical actions, and balance in an organizational setting
  • Recognize ways to lead effectively under a variety of conditions
  • Lead in times of change, including crises and mergers
  • Create an effective leadership team

Who Should Attend

Anyone with current or anticipated leadership responsibilities, and those who are not in management positions but are expected to lead and influence others in the course of their work.

Questions?

Contact Ashley Nasca, Coordinator, Education Programs, at anasca@nacd.com

2019 May Duke Business Negotiation Skills Program

May Duke Business Negotiation Skills Program
May 14-17, 2019
Registration Deadline: March 30, 2019

Register Now

Program Description & Learning Outcomes

Negotiation is the art and science of securing agreements between two or more interdependent parties. Effective negotiation—whether with partners, employers, managers, clients, or colleagues—is a foundational skill in management and leadership. This course will teach you how to use differences to gain a positional advantage, and it will help you to better understand how varying demographics can influence the negotiation process.

Differences Are Opportunities Rather than Obstacles

Although individuals aim to achieve the best possible outcome in any negotiation, differences with other parties may seem insurmountable. The most effective negotiators capitalize on strengths while understanding how to leverage the differing perspectives of those around the table. The Business Negotiation Skills program is designed to help you better understand how differences can be opportunities rather than obstacles in a negotiation, and teaches proven effective strategies that can help you attain a better outcome. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills by participating in live negotiations in a variety of diverse settings, integrating your personal experiences with key principles from exercises and course discussions.

Who Should Attend

Negotiation is required at all levels of an organization and in a variety of circumstances. This program will benefit professionals who lead and manage projects, processes, and teams, as well as internal and external stakeholders.

Questions?

Contact Ashley Nasca, Coordinator, Education Programs, at anasca@nacd.com

2019 May Duke Communication for Leaders Program

May Duke Communication for Leaders Program
May 7-10, 2019
Registration Deadline: March 23, 2019

Register Now

Program Description

Today’s multi-platform media environment creates unique issues whether you’re navigating a communications crisis or building your brand. When your audience is diverse—culturally, generationally, geographically, or philosophically—agility in messaging becomes even more important. Designed for professionals who seek to increase their influence, Communications for Leaders teaches disciplined communications strategies that can improve your performance in different contexts. Experience with social media is not required.

Over 3 days you’ll learn from a mixture of lecture, class discussion, and interactive exercises. You’ll have opportunities to practice and refine public speaking skills, manage Q&A, address the media, and work through a crisis situation, ensuring you gain practice in working with course concepts.

  • Presenting with Power
  • Leading and Communicating Through Crisis
  • Embracing the Power of Social Media
  • Answering the Tough Questions

Learning Outcomes

  • Build personal and corporate trustworthiness and credibility through communication
  • Refresh and practice presentation skills for engagement and impact
  • Incorporate feedback to increase your confidence
  • Develop communication strategies that are consistent and disciplined
  • Manage "hot-seat" questioning from sympathetic and adversarial audiences
  • Create a crisis communications strategy
  • Evaluate which social media channels will give you the best ROI
  • Learn how to use LinkedIn and Twitter to support your communication strategy
  • Analyze your online influence level
  • Position yourself and your organization as experts
  • Balance your online personal brand with your organization's brand

Who Should Attend

Professionals who interface with the public or other stakeholders, tailor their message to their various audiences, or those at any level who want to command attention and increase their personal and professional presence.

Questions?

Contact Ashley Nasca, Coordinator, Education Programs, at anasca@nacd.com

2019 April/May Duke Management Program

April/May Duke Management Program
April 28-May 1, 2019
Registration Deadline: March 14, 2019

Register Now

Program Description

The Duke Management Program (DMP) translates the science of management into practical insights and actionable items. By using a diagnosis-and-treatment approach, you'll learn how to identify the causes and solutions to prevent team inefficiencies and underperformance. By working through different management scenarios you’ll learn to:

  • Avoid common decision traps so you can make good decisions and create effective plans
  • Determine what motivates—and what demotivates—each employee
  • Convey employee feedback that is fair and accurate
  • Coach for skill and career development
  • Use your power-personal and positional-to gain additional resources
  • Manage your team through skilled negotiation and networking
  • Create effective structures, procedures, and cultures

Learning Outcomes

Through experiential learning modules you will sharpen the skills necessary to become a valued manager. You will:

  • Create a Management Action Plan (MAP) specific to your team, using your Six Effects of Management survey.
  • Simulate intra-organizational negotiation methods to sustain employee motivation.
  • Manage changing views of conflict across all stakeholders.
  • Map and create a strategy for your network.
  • Use a “Motivation Analyzer” to find weak links between incentives and performance.
  • Develop a timeline to improve and measure your managerial effectiveness.
  • Practice a “Difficult Feedback” exercise.
  • Discuss how to balance and apply outcomes of your MAP.

Who Should Attend

Anyone who leads teams or departments in which work is accomplished by guiding and supporting others. This program will benefit professionals who manage projects, processes, and teams. DMP is valuable to managers at varying levels of any organization.

Questions?

Contact Ashley Nasca, Coordinator, Education Programs, at anasca@nacd.com

2019 Western Region Meeting

April 16-20, 2019

Grand Hyatt Kauai
1571 Poipu Rd
Koloa, HI 96756

2019 April Duke Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Leaders Program

April Duke Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Leaders Program
April 7-10, 2019
Registration Deadline: February 21, 2019

Register Now

Program Description & Learning Outcomes

When profit margins are scrutinized by internal and external stakeholders, knowing how decisions impact your organization’s bottom line today and in the future is crucial. Financial Analysis for Non-Financial Leaders introduces and explains the essential elements of financial reporting, including managerial and financial accounting. Participants will learn to interpret the basic components of financial statements, develop a greater understanding of how financial information can be used as a strategic tool for decision making, and be able to communicate operating, marketing, sales, and growth strategies in financial terms.

Who Should Attend

Professionals who interface with the public or other stakeholders, tailor their message to their various audiences, or those at any level who want to command attention and increase their personal and professional presence.

Questions?

Contact Ashley Nasca, Coordinator, Education Programs, at anasca@nacd.com

2019 Spring Responsible Distribution Workshop

2019 Winter Responsible Distribution Workshop
March 27-28, 2019
Doubletree Atlanta Airport
Atlanta, GA
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2019 Spring Regulatory Workshop

NACD Regulatory Workshop – Process Safety Management and Risk Management Planning

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 | 7:30 - 4:40 p.m. ET
Speaker(s):

  • Pete Downing, President at Environment & Safety Solutions

Register Now

Does your company use, store, manufacture, handle, or move any of the chemicals regulated under the Process Safety Management or Risk Management Planning Regulations? Or maybe you don’t know if these regulations apply to your operation, if this is the case, this one-day workshop is for you.

Peter Downing of Environment & Safety Solutions will present an in-depth, hands-on workshop focused on providing companies with a roadmap to compliance. Pete has worked with and for chemical manufacturers and distributors for over 30 years and has led multiple teams in the successful development and implementation of PSM and RMP programs.

Webinar: NACD Regulatory – DHS Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards – What You Need to Know and Latest Developments

NACD Regulatory Webinar – DHS Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards –What You Need to Know and Latest Developments

Thursday, March 14, 2019 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. ET
Speaker(s):

  • Matt Fridley, Corporate Manager – Safety, Environmental, and Security, Brenntag North America
  • Kelly Murray, Branch Chief, Infrastructure Security Compliance, Department of Homeland Security

Register Now

Join NACD on Thursday, March 14 at 12:00 noon Eastern time for a webinar on the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS). During this webinar, Matt Fridley, Corporate Manager – Safety, Environmental, and Security for Brenntag North America and current Chairman of the Chemical Sector Coordinating Council, and Kelly Murray, Branch Chief for DHS Infrastructure Security Compliance, will provide an overview of CFATS requirements, review compliance resources, and discuss emerging issues. Ms. Murray will also conduct a demonstration of the CFATS Personnel Surety Program Application designed to help facilities comply with the requirement to verify that certain individuals do not have terrorist ties.

Register here today.

University of Innovative Distribution Program

University of Innovative Distribution (UID) Program
March 10-13, 2019
Registration Deadline: February 18, 2019

Register Now

About UID

Since 1994, the University of Innovative Distribution (UID) has been a renowned educational program focused on the unique needs of the wholesale-distribution industry. Known worldwide for excellence in education, UID is sponsored by NACD and other leading distribution trade associations, in cooperation with the Innovative Distribution Program at Purdue University. Working together, these groups take great pride in providing a superior learning experience.

Purdue Certificate in Innovative Distribution

At the conclusion of the program, all attendees will receive, via mail, an official Letter of Completion issued by the Purdue University awarding 30 hours (3 CEUs – Continuing Education Units) for satisfactory completion of this four-day UID program. These CEUs may be applied toward your Professional Certificate in Innovative Distribution. As an Innovative Distribution Professional, the Purdue University Certificate recognizes your achievements and commitment to continuing education. The certificate is awarded upon completion of 90 hours (9 CEUs) of approved course work. A minimum of 30 hours must be earned through UID course participation. Additional credits may be derived from courses taken independently or through your trade association.

Questions?

Contact Ashley Nasca, Coordinator, Education Programs, at anasca@nacd.com.

2019 March Duke Leadership Program

March Duke Leadership Program
March 3-8, 2019
Registration Deadline: January 17, 2019

Register Now

Program Description

The Duke Executive Education's Duke Leadership Program (DLP) presented by NACD is based on the principle that every leader has an individual style. The goal of the program is to help you systematize your intuitive leadership skills in an intense and supportive environment, learning to capitalize on your strengths while overcoming leadership challenges. Great leaders are continually learning. This program is ideal for anyone with current or anticipated leadership responsibilities, ranging from high-level executives and managers to people expecting to take on leadership roles, to those who are not in management positions but are expected to lead and influence others in the course of their work.

  • The program teaches six dimensions of leadership and uses a personalized method for helping you develop your competencies in each of the six areas.
  • Central to the course is a 360-degree assessment tool to be completed in advance of the program by your colleagues. Each assessment is interpreted by a professional coach who will work individually with you to analyze the results and apply leadership principles to the feedback.
  • You will work with a coach to complete a Personal Development Plan (PDP) to help you become the type of leader you strive to be. The PDP will serve as a roadmap for addressing new leadership challenges after completion of the course. In addition to working with course instructors on these plans, you will be divided into small working groups to provide each other feedback.

Learning Outcomes

  • Become more intentional and strategic in leadership as opposed to relying on intuition
  • Create and project your vision, values, and expertise
  • Demonstrate understanding of and concern for others
  • Build coherence by clarifying roles, rules, and processes
  • Serve as a source of optimism and enthusiasm while eliciting excellence and innovation
  • Provide the resources and support to encourage savvy risk-taking
  • Infuse responsibility, ethical actions, and balance in an organizational setting
  • Recognize ways to lead effectively under a variety of conditions
  • Lead in times of change, including crises and mergers
  • Create an effective leadership team

Who Should Attend

Anyone with current or anticipated leadership responsibilities, and those who are not in management positions but are expected to lead and influence others in the course of their work.

Questions?

Contact Ashley Nasca, Coordinator, Education Programs, at anasca@nacd.com.

2019 Southern Region Meeting

Feb. 26 - March 1, 2019
Intercontinental Stephen F. Austin Hotel
701 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701

Webinar: NACD Regulatory – Understanding EPA's Risk Management Plan and OSHA's Process Safety Management Standards

NACD Regulatory Webinar – Understanding EPA’s Risk Management Plan and OSHA’s Process Safety Management Standards

Thursday, January 31, 2019 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. ET
Speaker(s):

  • Pete Downing, President at Environment & Safety Solutions

Register Now

Why do the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Risk Management Plan (RMP) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Process Safety Management (PSM) standards drive corporate decision making? What is it about these regulations that makes companies decide not to store and distribute the regulated compounds? Find out during an NACD regulatory webinar on Thursday, January 31 at 12:00 p.m. ET when Pete Downing of Environment & Safety Solutions will provide an overview of these regulations and what makes them so ominous.

Register here today.

*This webinar is a precursor to the next in-person NACD Regulatory Workshop during which Pete will cover the RMP and PSM regulations in-depth. This workshop will take place on Tuesday, March 26 in Atlanta, GA, the day before the Spring Responsible Distribution Workshop.

Webinar: NACD 2019 Regulatory and Legislative Outlook

NACD 2019 Regulatory and Legislative Outlook
Thursday, January 24, 2019 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. ET
Speaker(s): Jennifer Gibson, Allison Tuszynski, Layla Soberanis, and Doug Leigh of NACD

Register Now

Join NACD for our annual start-of-the year Regulatory and Legislative outlook webinar at 12:00 PM (ET) on Thursday, January 24, 2019. Jennifer Gibson and Allison Tuszynski will provide updates on top regulatory issues including the regulatory reform and enforcement climate, the Section 301 China Tariffs, upcoming EPA rules on the Risk Management Program and Hazardous Substance Spill program, Toxic Substances Control Act developments, and more. Layla Soberanis and Doug Leigh will discuss prospects for NACD priority legislation including Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards reauthorization, the Drive Safe Act, and infrastructure. Prepare for 2019's upcoming policy issues by participating in this timely webinar.

Upon completion of this webinar, participants will understand:

  • Top regulatory issues including the regulatory reform and enforcement climate
  • Section 301 China Tariffs
  • Current standing on Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards reauthorization and the Drive Safe Act