Understand US TSCA and stay compliant

Gain the practical knowledge needed to comply with Sections 5, 6, 8, 12 and 13 of TSCA.

The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) addresses the production, import, use and disposal of chemicals in the US. This e-learning course has been designed for attendees to learn about the evolution of TSCA, with a focus on 'Core TSCA' including Sections 5, 6, 8, 12 and 13. Attendees will gain knowledge on how to comply with each of these Sections, including practical examples facing real-world companies. Join us to gain a sound understanding to enable you to navigate day-to-day activities impacted by TSCA with confidence.

Topics covered in this e-Learning course

  • Overview of US TSCA
  • Obligations for manufacturers, importers and formulators
  • How to navigate the key sections of this Act
  • Practical examples of substances with requirements under each section, and how to manage them

Highlights

Here is a summary of what you can expect from this online course:

  • 10 course modules

  • Instant access to 3.5 hours of course recordings

  • Summary handouts and additional resources

  • Test your learning with practical quizzes and exercises

  • Complete the course in approximately 4.5 hours

  • Completion certificate

  • All for EUR 395 including applicable taxes

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to this course

    • Welcome

    • How to use this course

    • Introduction to A Practical Guide to US TSCA

    • Introduction - Handout

    • Before we begin...

  • 2

    Module 1 - Introduction to US Toxic Substances Control Act

    • Introduction to Module 1

    • Module 1 - Introduction to US Toxic Substances Control Act

    • Module 1 - Handout

    • Module 1 - Test your knowledge

  • 3

    Module 2 - LCSA Amendments

    • Introduction to Module 2

    • Module 2 - LCSA Amendments

    • Module 2 - Handout

    • Module 2 - Test your knowledge

  • 4

    Module 3 - TSCA Regulations

    • Introduction to Module 3

    • Module 3 - TSCA Regulations Part 1

    • Module 3 - TSCA Regulations Part 2

    • Module 3 - Handout

    • Module 3 - Test your knowledge

  • 5

    Module 4 - TSCA Inventory & Substance Status

    • Introduction to Module 4

    • Module 4 - TSCA Inventory & Substance Status Part 1

    • Module 4 - TSCA Inventory & Substance Status Part 2 (Examples)

    • Module 4 - Handout

    • Module 4 - Test your knowledge

  • 6

    Exercise 1 - TSCA Compliance

    • Exercise 1: TSCA Compliance

    • Exercise 1 Handout

    • Exercise 1 Solutions

  • 7

    Module 5 - New Substances

    • Introduction to Module 5

    • Module 5 - New Substances Part 1

    • Module 5 - New Substances Part 2

    • Module 5 - Handout

    • Module 5 - Test your knowledge

  • 8

    Module 6 - TSCA Section 5: SNURs

    • Introduction to Module 6

    • Module 6 - TSCA Section 5: SNURs Part 1

    • Module 6 - TSCA Section 5: SNURs Part 2

    • Module 6 - Handout

    • Module 6 - Test your knowledge

  • 9

    Exercise 2: Polymers and Inactive Substances

    • Exercise 2: Polymers and Inactive Substances

    • Exercise 2 Handout

    • Exercise 2 Solutions

  • 10

    Module 7 - TSCA Section 6: Hazardous Substances

    • Introduction to Module 7

    • Module 7 - TSCA Section 6: Hazardous Substances

    • Module 7 - Handout

    • Module 7 - Test your knowledge

  • 11

    Module 8 - TSCA Section 8: Reporting & Recordkeeping

    • Introduction to Module 8

    • Module 8 - TSCA Section 8: Reporting & Recordkeeping

    • Module 8 - Handout

    • Module 8 - Test your knowledge

  • 12

    Exercise 3: Unknown Compositions

    • Exercise 3: Unknown Compositions

    • Exercise 3 Handout

    • Exercise 3 Solutions

  • 13

    Module 9 - TSCA Section 12 & 13: Import & Export

    • Introduction to Module 9

    • Module 9 - TSCA Section 12 & 13: Import & Export

    • Module 9 - Handout

    • Module 9 - Test your knowledge

  • 14

    Exercise 4: Multiple Issues

    • Exercise 4: Multiple Issues

    • Exercise 4 Handout

    • Exercise 4 Solutions

  • 15

    Module 10 - Nanoscale Substances

    • Introduction to Module 10

    • Module 10 - Nanoscale Substances

    • Module 10 - Handout

    • Module 10 - Test your knowledge

  • 16

    Conclusions

    • Conclusions

    • Conclusions Handout

  • 17

    Congratulations! Here's what's next

    • You're almost done!

    • Before you go...

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify how their product is regulated in the US
  • Identify what regulatory obligations are imposed on the substances within their product
  • Understand what the necessary steps are for compliance; and
  • Gain insight into what future regulatory changes are potentially forthcoming in the next few years

Price

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How will you benefit from this course?

  • Knowledge

    Unlock valuable knowledge and practical tools to help you comply your regulatory obligations in the United States

  • Cost Effective

    Access the course content immediately upon purchase and complete it at your own pace, in the comfort of your office or home.

  • Stay Ahead of the Curve

    Access the latest regulatory and scientific information delivered by leading experts in the field.

Who should attend?

This course has been specifically developed to help both domestic and foreign companies understand US TSCA, and how it impacts their day to day business. It will be most relevant to:

  • Chemical manufacturers, importers, distributors, and downstream users (whether located in the US or abroad)

  • Regulatory officers responsible for procuring new supply chains, and understanding potential regulatory issues with current substances/products

  • Anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of chemical regulations in the US

Instructor(s)

Regulatory Consultant

Michael Wolfe

Mike joined the Yordas Group after completing his PhD at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Working out of our Canadian office, his expertise is focussed on North American Chemical Acts and Regulations such as the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) and the US Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). This expertise is exemplified through delivery of New Substance Notifications (NSNs) in Canada and assistance with Premanufacturing Notices (PMNs) in the US In addition, Mike has experience working with pesticide registrations through the Pest Control Products Act (PCPA) in Canada.