Need more options? Click Here for Advanced Search!

TSCA Reporting: The Triggers and Path to Compliance

TSCA Reporting: The Triggers and Path to Compliance- On-Demand

Product Code: YNWA101818D

Availability: In stock

Internet Special:
Add Items to Cart

TSCA Reporting: The Triggers and Path to Compliance - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how new chemicals trigger TSCA reporting obligations and how you can stay in compliance.

Mandated by section 5 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), EPA's New Chemicals program will help manage the potential risk to human health and the environment from chemicals new to the marketplace. The program functions as a "gatekeeper" that can identify conditions, up to and including a ban on production, to be placed on the use of a new chemicals before they are entered into commerce. Do you know what new chemicals are covered by the program, and what actions to take if your organization is impacted?

View this on-demand webinar, with Gery Giannini, of GG Safety and Environmental Consulting LLC, as he addresses the EPA rules under TSCA that require PMNs for new chemical substances, and also how to maintain reporting requirements and EPA compliance.

You’ll learn:

  • Which chemicals are on the TSCA Chemical Inventory List
  • New substances included or exempted from the PMN reporting
  • Points to consider when preparing TSCA New Chemical Notifications
  • Who must submit a notice to the EPA and is there a decision chart that can help review if submission is required?
  • What is the process for reviewing New Chemicals under TSCA?
  • When and how does the EPA require submission of a PMN for a chemical substance or mixture that is not on the TSCA Inventory?
  • How changes can be made after submission and review of the PMN by EPA?
  • What are some of the Sustainable Future Initiatives and how your involvement can result in safer chemicals?


About Your Presenter

Gery Giannini, CET

Gery Giannini, CET
GG Safety and Environmental Consulting

Gery Giannini, CET is the Owner of GG Safety and Environmental Consulting in Carmel, Indiana and provides safety training, consulting services and has performed numerous seminars throughout the country.

As a consultant for over 30 years, Gery has a very diversified background who performs site safety and environmental audits, assist customers in design and implementation of regulatory plans and can customize hands-on site-specific training programs. Some of his specialties have been focused on Chemical/Waste Emergency Response, Emergency Rescue, Chemical Compliance issues including RCRA and DOT handling of chemicals and waste.

    Write Your Own Review