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Verisk 3E actively and proudly provides a variety of resources to the EHS community to inform regulatory professionals on the latest issues and topics affecting the EHS profession. The Resource Center is designed to help the community identify best practices for managing compliance information. This is where we also share our knowledge on new and changing standards and regulations.

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December 11, 2018

From GHS to TSCA to chemical registration to food contact, there are a number of new regulatory requirements to watch out for in 2019. Are you prepared to fulfill your compliance obligations next year? Check out our new webinar covering 8 important topics including EU poison center notifications, global food, food contact and cosmetics regulations, the Medical Devices Regulation (MDR), a trend toward curbing single-use plastics worldwide and the business impact of Brexit.


November 5, 2018Chanyanis Utiskul

New Zealand's Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has announced a new "priority chemicals list" of 40 chemicals that require re-evaluation. This action is part of the agency's ongoing chemical management program which aims to ensure the better protection of New Zealand's human health and the environment. Under the Hazardous Substances and...
November 28, 2018

Please join Verisk 3E’s team of Regulatory Analysts as they cover the upcoming regulatory developments impacting your business. Get the information you need to manage changing compliance obligations. Let our experts help you prepare!


October 29, 2018The Verisk 3E Regulatory Research Team

European trade union and chemical industry organizations have released a statement calling for a change in the legal framework for regulating reprotoxic substances in the workplace, specifically the Chemical Agents Directive (CAD) and the Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive (CMD). The statement proposes combining the two directives for carcinogens, mutagens and...

October 24, 2018Chanyanis Utiskul

On 17 October 2018 the Australian Government issued in the Federal Register of Legislation the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) Amendment Instrument 2018 (No. 10) , revising the requirements for and establishing new maximum residues limits (MRLs) for agricultural and veterinary chemicals in agricultural products...

October 22, 2018Xiaolu Wang

The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW) of Taiwan published the Proposed Regulations for Reporting Cosmetics Posing Serious Adverse Effects and Hazards to Hygiene and Safety (預告「化粧品嚴重不良反應及衛生安全危害通報辦法」草案) (the Proposal) on 9 October 2018. Once adopted, the proposal would clarify the scope of safety incidents that might trigger a mandatory reporting...

October 15, 2018Kirsten Wallerstedt

Amazon has launched its first-ever restricted substances list (RSL). The new RSL lists substances that the company seeks to avoid in its Amazon-owned private-brand baby, household cleaning, personal care and beauty products in the U.S. The new RSL is just the beginning. Amazon states that the restricted substances list will...

October 10, 2018Chanyanis Utiskul

On 25 September 2018 the Thai government published in the official gazette the Ministry of Public Health’s (MOPH) Notification updating the list of prohibited food additives and substances and foods containing them from being produced, imported and/or sold in Thailand. The list consists of 13 known hazardous food additives and...

October 9, 2018Kirsten Wallerstedt

Businesses may need to make some large changes in order to be compliant with the pending poison center notification requirements in the EU. All companies dealing with mixtures in the EU – e.g., paints, coatings, metals, adhesives, solvents, cleaning agents, etc. – should already be taking action to get ready...

October 5, 2018

Are you prepared for the new fees for TSCA Notifications? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has finalized the user fees for the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) as of October 1, 2018. How does this impact my company? Section 26 of TSCA gives EPA the necessary authority to collect...