The upcoming Regulatory Workshop will be held Wednesday, August 14, 2019 in Louisville, KY prior to ChemEdge.
If your company imports, stores, repackages, processes, uses, or disposes of chemicals, you are subject to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). To ensure your company fully understands the TSCA regulations and their requirements for your operations as well as the impact recent changes to the law may have on your company, be sure to attend NACD's in-depth Pre-Con Regulatory (TSCA) Workshop just before the start of ChemEdge 2019.
Sessions in the workshop will include:
Kathleen M. Roberts of B&C® Consortia Management, L.L.C. (BCCM), an Affiliate of Bergeson & Campbell, P.C., will present the workshop. Ms. Roberts is a recognized expert on TSCA with over 25 years’ experience in advocacy, compliance, and communication activities with industry and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) staff. She has presented several TSCA webinars and sessions for NACD and has worked with many NACD members to resolve TSCA questions and issues.
Omni Louisville Hotel
400 S 2nd Street
Louisville, KY 40202
NACD Room Rates:
Hotel Reservation Deadline: July 22, 2019
Book online or by calling (800) 843-6664. Be sure to reference NACD ChemEdge 2019 when making your reservations.
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Welcome and Opening Remarks
This session will include an elementary review of the key sections of TSCA, including important terms and definitions and how the sections fit together in an overall TSCA framework.
This session will cover the TSCA Inventory including Active/Inactive Designations, Section 11 Inspections, Section 8(c), Section 8(e), and more TSCA regulations applicable to all chemical handlers.
We will conduct a deep dive into how EPA handles chemicals imported into the U.S., Chemical Data Reporting (CDR), substances subject to Section 4 testing, substances subject to Section 5 Significant New Use Rules (SNURs), and Section 12(B) notifications for exporters.
This session will highlight the new aspects of amended TSCA and provide some reflection and recommendations regarding how to efficiently comply with the changes. Learn practical tips through real-life experiences implementing and maintaining TSCA compliance. This session will focus on explaining amended TSCA in layman’s terms from an operational perspective.
The training session will close out with an overview of critical TSCA requirements understanding and preparing for what might be coming next. Topics covered will include the 2020 CDR, Section 4 Test Rules, Section 5 New Chemicals, Section 6 Prioritization, Risk Evaluation, Risk Management and Fees.
|1:45-2:00 pm||Final Questions and Wrap-Up|