Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business is a top-tiered university producing some of the best and most capable business school graduates in the country. Through a special collaboration with NACD, member and Affiliate businesses of all sizes have access to Duke’s Executive Education Programs at a fraction of the normal costs. These abbreviated programs are the ideal option for your busy teams that can’t be away for extended periods.
Responsible Distribution is NACD’s mandatory, third-party verified environmental, health, safety & security program where members demonstrate their commitment to continuous performance improvement in every phase of chemical storage, handling, transportation, and disposal.
Since hemp was removed from the Schedule I drug designation at the federal level with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, Cannabidiol (CBD) has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry across the United States. However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) maintains authority over hemp-derived food and drug products, including CBD. The FDA still classifies CBD as a Schedule I drug.
With waste management being an extremely complex and increasingly important aspect of chemical distribution, we’re pleased to introduce a new two-part NACD U course that aims to clean up any confusion about this topic and its myriad rules and requirements.
The course is split into two very distinct parts— the first providing an overview on managing solid waste with the second focusing exclusively on hazardous waste. It’s ideal for anyone starting to deal with this issue or who needs a refresher.