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3E’s team of Regulatory Analysts shared updates on new and upcoming regulatory developments impacting your business in the 2022 Q3 Regulatory Roundup - What You Need to Know webinar, now available on demand.
Watch as we explore topics including the implementation of the latest U.S. PFAS Developments, Implementation of the UN GHS in the Russian Federation and the latest amendment to Switzerland’s Chemicals Ordinance (Swiss ChemO).
Key takeaways include:
- The definition of PFAS is not consistent at the U.S. Federal or State level
- Several agencies are actively involved in regulating PFAS using many different programs
- Many U.S. States are prohibiting PFAS in a range of consumer and industrial product types
- Identifying PFAS in your products and supply chain is critical and product testing and certificates of compliance may be required
- Russian Updates
- Q4 2022 – Q1 2023 - Adoption of the second-tier implementation docs plus adoption of the enforcement date of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) technical regulation (TR) on safety of chemical products (041/2017)
- January 1, 2023 – the new Russian Labeling and Classification standards are in effect
- December 30, 2023 - The new Russian SDS standard will be in effect
- Q4 2023/ Q1 – Q2 2024 - The EAEU TR on safety of chemical products (041/2017) will be enforced and the new Russian UN GHS implementation standards will become mandatory
- Swiss Chemicals Ordinance (ChemO): Latest Amendments
- The Swiss ChemO has moved towards being more in alignment with EU REACH and CLP Regulations
- Re-definition of existing chemicals and new chemicals must be taken into consideration
- Notification, reporting and declaration are applied through the Notification Authority
- Business operators are given transitional periods to comply with recent amendments
Watch 2022 Q3 Regulatory Roundup - What You Need to Know now to explore these and other regulatory developments in detail.
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