Online Workshop: CEPA & TSCA Fundamentals
This workshop will examine the fundamentals of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) and the United States Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). It will include a description of major changes in the regulations, mechanisms for compliance via notifications, and other important parts of the regulations.
Join Intertek’s team of experts for an in-depth view of CEPA and TSCA including time for questions and interactions.
Registration is open for each individual regulation session or a discount is offered if registering for the series.
Cost for the series
- General Admission: $1250
Part 1 & 2: CEPA Fundamentals
- November 16, 2021 | 9am – 12pm EST
- November 18, 2021 | 9am – 12pm EST
- General Admission: $725
- Planning your Submission:
We will review some planning stages to help increase your chance of a Successful Notification in Canada.
- The New Substances Program and its Authority:
We will review the New Substances program, its authority under CEPA and the NSNR, and its exemptions, and we will look at its various inventories.
- The Key Aspects of the Regulations and Nanomaterials in Canada:
We will delve into the key aspects of the Regulations, and look into the notification of nanomaterials in Canada.
- The New Substances Process:
We will review the New Substances Notification (NSN) process and the potential outcomes after the risk assessment.
- Risk Assessment:
We will review the information and steps used for the risk assessment of new substances in Canada.
- Confidential Business Information:
We will review the Government of Canada policy of transparency, accountability, and meaningful public communications, and consider their policy towards releasing CBI on their public websites and inventories.
Part 3 & 4: TSCA Fundamentals
- November 30, 2021 | 9am – 12pm EST
- December 2, 2021 | 9am – 12pm EST
- General Admission: $725
We'll cover the background of why the TSCA was Enacted in 1976 and the major reform in 2016. What changes were enacted during the reform? What is covered by the TSCA? What is exempted?
- The PMN (TSCA Premanufacture Notices):
We will discuss all things PMN, including: the inventory, process, chemical categories, confidentiality, fees, modeling, timing, and key points.
- Significant New Use Rules (SNURS):
This part will define SNURs and discuss strategic planning and practical points to consider. We will also advise how to best communicate with your downstream user.
- Current Events:
In this final part of the workshop, we'll discuss the new Persistent, Bio-accumulative, Toxic (PBT) Rules and the Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) regulations, and Chemical Data Reporting (CDR).
Questions? Please contact us.