The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Reform Update

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Conference Date
Thu, Aug 11, 2016
60 minutes
Product Description

What’s New in the TSCA Reform Legislation and How it will Impact Your Business?


One of the primary authorities of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that is related with regulation and evaluation of chemicals, is known as The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). TSCA, passed 40 years ago in 1976, was intended to ensure if chemicals were safe for the intended usage. Though originally effective, this regulatory framework today is outdated according to many.

Many states are developing their own chemical regulatory laws, and this is leading to a patchwork of regulations which become burdensome and contradictory for the chemicals industry. In order to respond to this tricky situation, the US Congress started exploring options that will help modernize and reform TSCA. Out of these efforts, was born the development of TSCA reform legislation, and it was passed by the House in May 2016 and Senate in June 2016.

This session by expert speaker Lowell Randel is intended to review the final legislative package that was approved, what final reform provisions were included and how the new TSCA programs will operate. Get insights into the next step of implementing the law, and understand the TSCA policy changes, and its potential impact on your business.

The session will help you get insights on how to stay ahead of policy changes and prepare for new regulatory responsibilities, and also provide tips on how to engage with policy officials to provide input on the regulatory implementation of policy changes.

Session Highlights:

  • The history of the Toxic Substances Control Act and the need for reform.
  • Congressional actions to approve TSCA reform legislation.
  • Analyze the final legislative language.
  • Major changes to the law and how they will impact industry, states and the EPA.
  • Insights into the next steps of implementing the law.
  • The TSCA policy changes—and its potential impact on business.
  • Insight on how to stay ahead of policy changes and prepare for new regulatory responsibilities.
  • Tips on how to engage with policy officials to provide input on the regulatory implementation of policy changes.

Who Should Attend

  • Managers of chemical facilities regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Occupational safety and health professionals
  • Compliance officers
  • Emergency responders
  • Facility security personnel
  • Contractors working in regulated chemical facilities

Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.

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About Our Speaker

Lowell Randel

Lowell Randel currently serves as Vice President, Government and Legal Affairs for the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA). He is responsible for advancing the industry’s interests with the U.S. Congress and Administration and helps association members deal with regulatory compliance, with an emphasis on OSHA, DHS and EPA. Lowell has over 20 years of experience working in Washington, DC ranging from private sector representation to government service. 

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