Creating Chemistry Within Regulatory Confines

regulationsimgEvery chemist, formulator and supplier in the chemical industry knows that there exist strict regulations on all their ingredients, formulations and products. However, understanding and following these specific rules and regulations (both U.S. and international) takes time, money, and resources. In the long run, though, it all helps to protect your workers, your business, and the environment.

With government regulations, there is little room for anything other than total compliance. By remaining in compliance with all applicable chemical standards, your company can avoid the considerable expense of fines and other business restrictions. 

Your Quick Compliance Resource

Nowadays it’s easy to find chemical regulations online, but understanding them is another matter. Learn how to navigate these chemical standards in our latest resource, Creating Chemistry Within Industry Confines: A Guide for Formulators.

In the guide, you'll learn what the requirements are for the exact type of work your company does with chemicals, all to help you achieve compliance and produce a safer, better product. This information includes:

  • Domestic (US) Chemical Regulations: The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA); Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) HCS; Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), Chapter VI, Cosmetics; and National Sanitation Foundation Regulations for Non-Food Compounds.
  • Key International Regulations
  • Voluntary Actions: Voluntary actions companies can take include Safer Choice, a voluntary program administered by the EPA. For example, companies can apply to have their products evaluated by the Safer Choice Program and if approved, will display the Safer Choice label as a safety and quality marker.