"I came in 100 percent cold and increased my knowledge 100 percent." After a successful series of events in Cleveland, OH and Fort Mill, SC the Compliance & Stewardship team is gearing up to launch the updated Chemical Operations Training Tool.
With the U.S. government shutdown moving into its third week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has signaled it anticipates delays related to its responsibilities under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program began implementation of the Chemical Security Assessment Tool (CSAT) 2.0 and the enhanced tiering methodology nearly one year ago.
SOCMA’s 14th Annual SOCMA Golf Tournament and Dinner is turning out to be one of the best ever, and if you have not yet signed up, I encourage you to do it now!
BPTF Hosts Annual Spring Meeting to Discuss Issues Impacting Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Manufacturers
The Bulk Pharmaceuticals Task Force (BPTF) hosted its annual Spring Meeting here at the Society for Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) headquarters to discuss key issues and challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry and hear from industry experts.
Since its inception eleven years ago, the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program has been working with high-risk chemical facilities to reduce the risk of release, theft, diversion or sabotage of their chemical holdings.
On June 13 SOCMA hosted its inaugural Specialties Forum at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia, PA, that brought together executive-level decision makers at this invitation-only half-day event.
Chemspec Europe is less than a week away, and our SOCMA team and member companies attending the show are looking forward to this annual opportunity to make business connections in the international market
If the proposed Section 301 China tariffs are implemented or uncertainty continues, there will be less demand for U.S.-made chemicals. Thus, the Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) today asked the Administration to work with industry and World Trade Organization (WTO) trading partners to coordinate non-tariff strategies to address China’s intellectual property (IP) theft, forced technology transfers, and industrial policies that restrict U.S. commerce.