Letter to Congress for the reauthorization of the CFATS program. The federal security program lapsed in July due to inaction by the Senate.
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SOCMA is advocating for members to improve the TSCA – EPA’s has a proposed rule on procedural changes to TSCA,... View Article
The Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program, which provides uniform standards for chemical manufacturers to ensure facility safety, expired on July 27 due to inaction by the Senate. The House passed H.R. 4470, the Protecting and Securing Chemical Facilities from Terrorist Attacks Act, on July 25 by a vote of 409-1.
SOCMA Calls on Senate to Pass CFATS Reauthorization Before Program Sunsets on July 27, 2023
SOCMA provides analysis on RCRA's Manufacturing Process Unit Exclusion.
SOCMA provides analysis on EPA's final rule updating CBI requirements under TSCA for specialty chemical manufacturers.
This members-only document outlines EPA's proposed TSCA New Chemicals Procedural Rule pertaining to EPA review of PMNs, SNUNs, MCANs, LVEs, LoREXs exemptions.
This members-only document outlines the process for submitting a claim of confidentiality for proprietary business reasons. The submission process will follow more specific rules and mandate the submission of additional information.
SOCMA Supports Legislation to Reauthorize Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Program
SOCMA Vice President, Legal and Government Relations, Robert F. Helminiak released the following statement addressing the significant problems with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed rule on Safer Communities by Chemical Accident Prevention, also know as the Risk Management Program (RMP).