knoell USA TSCA Training Series

Introducing knoell USA’s new, 14-module, fully customizable training series designed to provide you with an overview of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (new TSCA). Understanding how to traverse the new TSCA framework will assist your company with proper business planning and help ensure chemicals get to market in a timely fashion.

Do you need help navigating the turbulent waters of chemical regulation and management in the United States? With the passage of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act on June 22, 2016, the main framework for chemical management in the United States changed dramatically. The reform of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) gave EPA new authorities related to the management of industrial chemicals and profoundly changed the landscape of the new chemicals program. This customizable training series is designed to provide stakeholders with an overview of the new law, offer relevant insight on navigating TSCA compliance, highlight important changes in the new chemical review program and provide technical training on the risk assessment process. Each of the following modules can be delivered as a stand-alone session via webinar or in-person, or we will help you structure a tailored training series to meet the specific needs of your company.


Module 1: Overview of Key Regulatory Requirements for Industrial Chemicals

Module 2: New Chemical Notification Process (TSCA Section 5)

Module 3: Recordkeeping Requirements Concerning Alleged Adverse Health or Environmental Effects (TSCA Section 8(c))

Module 4: Reporting Substantial Risks to Health or the Environment (TSCA Section 8(e))

Module 5: Export Notification (TSCA Section 12(b))

Module 6: TSCA Import Certification (TSCA Section 13)

Module 7: What Type of U.S. New Chemical Submission is Right for You?

Module 8: Understanding Your Chemistry

Module 9: TSCA Information Requirements and the Notification Form

Module 10: Using Predictive Methods to Conduct a Preliminary Hazard, Exposure and Risk Assessment

Module 11: Physical-Chemical Properties and Environmental Fate Profile

Module 12: Hazard Characterization

Module 13: Evaluating Industrial Operations and the Downstream Exposure Impact to Workers, the General Population and the Environment

Module 14: Quantifying Potential Risk


Please see our brochure or contact us for further details.

Elizabeth Dederick, Ph.D. Vice President, Industrial Chemicals and Biocides
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