EHS&S Regulatory Webinar Series Hosted By ChemAlliance.Org

TSCA Reform – A Deep Dive into Key Sections of the Chemical Safety Improvement Act of 2013 (S.1009)

Part of 2013 EHS&S Regulatory Webinar Series Hosted By 

Sponsored by Connell Foley and the TSCA COMPLIANCE GUIDE

TSCA Reform – A Deep Dive into Key Sections of the Chemical Safety Improvement Act of 2013 (S.1009)
June 18, 2013
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EST)

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Never before has TSCA reform legislation shown such promise as the recently introduced, bi-partisan Chemical Safety Improvement Act of 2013. Jointly introduced by Senators David Vitter (R-LA) and the late Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), the bill has over 20 co-sponsors with a near even split between Republicans and Democrats. The bill has already gotten broad support as well, to include many from industry, some environmental NGOs, the New York Times and Washington Post editorial boards and former EPA officials.  Interest continues to mount and passage is not the long shot that it was in the past.

This is a can’t-miss webinar where you will get in-depth legal analysis on key areas of the statute, including new chemicals, confidential business information, the safety standard, prioritization, and risk management.

Thank you to our webinar sponsors, Steve Barnett, MSPH, CIH, PE, Esq. - representing EH&S clients for Connell Foley LLP and John Wheeler - editor of the TSCA Compliance Guide and Online Service. Learn more at   

About our speaker: Jamie Conrad, of Conrad Law & Policy Counsel and counsel to SOCMA, has practiced law in Washington, D.C. for 27 years and is a well-recognized expert within the chemical industry. He has extensive experience in the fields of homeland security, environment, health & safety, and science policy/information quality, among other administrative law subjects. This work has included regulatory compliance counseling, and participating in all stages of the rulemaking process. He is currently the Chair of the ABA's Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice and is the founding editor of the Environmental Science Deskbook.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • TSCA
  • Chemical Safety Improvement Act
  • Confidential business information
  • The safety standard
  • Risk management
  • New chemicals
  • Prioritization
Who should attend?

Anyone with an interest in or affected by TSCA should attend, especially SOCMA members. This includes business owners, regulatory affairs staff, etc.

Questions? Contact Dan Moss at or call (202) 721-4143.


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