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TSCA Chemical Data Reporting Updates for 2016: Your Guide to Ensuring Compliance During Filing Season

TSCA Chemical Data Reporting Updates for 2016: Your Guide to Ensuring Compliance - On-Demand

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TSCA Chemical Data Reporting Updates for 2016: Your Guide to Ensuring Compliance During Filing Season - On-Demand

Webinar is now available on-demand.

Important Update: The EPA has extended the filing deadline for the 2016 chemical data reporting (CDR) filing season under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) to October 31.

That means you’ve only got a few more weeks to file your CDR—and t’s not just the looming deadline you’ve got to worry about.

There have been a number of significant changes that environmental managers will need to consider reporting chemical data under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).

For 2016, manufacturers and importers must consider production volume from 2012-2015, as well as the effect of certain TSCA actions on reporting thresholds, when determining whether they need to report. Reporting is now triggered if the annual reporting threshold is met during any of the calendar years since the last principal reporting year. In general, the reporting threshold remains 25,000 lb per site; however, a reduced reporting threshold now applies to chemical substances subject to certain TSCA actions. Additionally, there is no longer a different reporting threshold for processing and use information, and additional substances were just recently added to the list of partially exempt chemicals.

Don't miss this on-demand, powerful webinar led by Attorney Thomas Berger of Keller and Heckman LLP. He’ll show you how to identify what needs to reported, how best to document, report, and submit the data—and how to ensure that your program is cost-effective and compliant in a very complicated regulatory area.

You’ll learn how to: 

  • Discern the TSCA chemical data reporting requirements that apply to your organization
  • Interpret the changes going into effect for 2016 as they apply to your organization
  • Identify and explain to senior management the potential risks, violations, and penalties for not promptly and accurately reporting TSCA chemical data
  • Assess, develop, and implement the necessary components for a TSCA chemical data reporting program and process
  • Develop a process that allows your organization to establish a program that thoroughly and accurately collects the data needed for TSCA chemical data reporting, including the 2016 rule changes
  • Establish a monitoring and audit process to ensure that your TSCA chemical data reporting program is complete and compliant
  • Report and submit your TSCA chemical data in a timely and compliant manner
  • Use the various EPA tools such as the central data exchange and the chemical access data tool (CDAT) effectively
  • Identify and evaluate third party resources to help you develop and implement a compliant and cost effect TSCA chemical data reporting program
  • The new CDR requirements are extensive and ensuring that you understand them and correctly report will be a challenge in the coming year. Take time now to make sure your CDR reporting program has properly incorporated all of the changes.