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Feb 18, 2017 — Feb 20, 2020
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TSCA Essentials Training Course

Learn about the major requirements under the Environmental Protection Agency’s new and existing chemicals program. Determine the TSCA inventory status of the chemicals that your company manufactures, imports, processes or uses.

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Course summary

It is critical for companies that manufacture, import, process, or use chemicals in the U.S. to possess the fundamental understandings of how the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) affects their businesses.

This popular 2 ½-day course is designed to provide TSCA practitioners, both new and experienced, with the tools needed to perform their daily work. The course will use interactive instruction with a focus on today’s TSCA, where electronic reporting is the norm for Section 5 notices and other submissions.

Benefits of attending

You will learn about all of the major requirements under the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) new and existing chemicals programs, as well as learn how to:

Find the information that you will need to successfully carry out your job on a daily basis;

Determine the TSCA Inventory status of the chemicals that your company manufactures, imports, processes or uses

Prepare Premanufacture Notifications (PMNs) and Section 5 exemption applications using the EPA’s e-PMN software.

In addition, you will receive citations to the relevant sections of the TSCA statute and the corresponding EPA regulations, as well as applicable Agency guidance documents, for all of the major requirements under TSCA.

Finally, all attendees will receive hard copy handouts prepared by UL’s TSCA experts, and electronic versions of EPA guidance documents, all of which will serve as handy references moving forward.

Who should attend?

This course is designed to provide a solid base of knowledge for those new to TSCA and as a practical learning experience and refresher for more experienced practitioners; no prior knowledge or course prerequisites are required. covers all sections of the TSCA regulation with an emphasis on Section 5 notifications and Section 8 and other reporting requirements.

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