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NASF's SUR/FIN Returns To Chicago In 2013
Conference officials fully expect the 2013 conference to outperform last year’s event in both size and attendance due to the ever strengthening popularity of its technical sessions and increased global attendance.
News Published: 12/6/2012
EPA Outlines Plan for Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring
List includes total chromium and hexavalent chromium, which has been the focus of some EPA concern.
News Published: 7/2/2012
EPA Will Have National Academy of Sciences Review Assessment Process
IRIS program helps EPA assess 550+ chemicals in our environment.
News Published: 5/21/2012
NASF Collaborates with Nickel Institute, American Chemistry Council on EPA Nickel Risks
EPA moving forward on reassessing risks from nickel commonly used in plating and related finishing processes
News Published: 5/21/2012
EPA Proposes Rule to Require Electronic Reporting for Chemical Information
Requires electronic reporting for certain information submitted under the Toxic Substances Control Act
News Published: 4/17/2012
EPA Extends Risk Review of Chromium-6
EPA expects to release a draft toxicology review for comment and external peer review in 2013 and finalize it in the fall of 2014. It provides opportunity to incorporate findings of mode-of-action research from the American Chemistry Council as wel...
News Published: 3/5/2012
EPA Trying To Clarify New CDR Reporting Rule Requirements
Document that addresses a series of 18 industry scenarios and questions related to the agency’s new Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) rule.
News Published: 2/23/2012
OSHA Improves Web Page For Better Accessibility
OSHA has revised its Web page on the OSHA Job Safety and Health: It's the Law poster to make it easier to use
News Published: 1/4/2012
EPA Releases Formerly Confidential Chemical Information
Releasing data will expand public’s access to health and safety information on chemicals that are manufactured and processed in the U.S., says EPA
News Published: 12/5/2011
OSHA Issues New 'National Emphasis Program' for Chemical Facilities
"Far too many workers are injured and killed in preventable incidents at chemical facilities around the country," said Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Dr. David Michaels.The new NEP replaces OSHA's 2009 pilot Chemical...
News Published: 12/2/2011

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