Addressing some key issues in the chemical regulatory world

There are lots of reasons that companies dealing with chemicals compliance issues have more things to think about today than they did 20 or 25 years ago. Lorrie Ritter, who has seen this evolution occur right before her very eyes, here presents the lay of the land. What are the hot issues of the day? What are some of the solutions we already need (and will no doubt have an increasing need for as time goes on) to make sure we keep up with all of the requirements and changes? Read on for her expert take...

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Lorrie Ritter
Successfully bridging significant data gaps in chemical and regulatory technology

Have you ever wanted to get the perspective on chemical compliance data from a 35-year veteran of the chemical industry? Someone who's not only observed the changing landscape of data collection and reporting requirements over that time, but who has worked in the trenches as a Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs (PS&RA) Specialist? Well here's your chance. Read on for a sweeping overview of reporting requirements, collection methodologies, and the various technologies that have been built to respond to these needs through the years. 

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Lorrie Ritter
How to Collect Data (Hint: It’s About People)

We all talk about "survey fatigue", but I believe we're really tired of all the busywork associated with collecting and sharing data.  But it doesn't have to be this way. In fact, it should be completely different.

Data is the raw material of our professional lives...

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Scott Kaufman
Are You Ready for TSCA CDR?

The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) requires companies in the U.S., both manufacturers and importers, under the Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) Rule to provide the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with information about the chemicals that they manufacture or import.

While most people focus on the chemical industry for the CDR Rule...

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Sujeesh Krishnan