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Practical guidance for tackling compliance challenges

Verisk 3E offers white papers written by our thought leaders, regulatory experts and EHS professionals covering a broad range of topics. To learn more about issues such as regulatory reporting, supply chain compliance and conflict minerals, feel free to browse our library below.

June 15, 2018
There are significant developments - Including deadlines - associated with REACH, TSCA, and GHS. In addition, the preliminary effects of brexit are now having an impact. These changes affect manufacturers and distributors of chemical products, as well as those who use them in downstream manufacturing. Organizations must quickly comply with all these changes, and be able to provide proof of compliance.
June 14, 2018
This white paper explores the complexities of compliance in the product development process and highlights the benefits of proactively addressing compliance verification.
May 14, 2018
The use of nanomaterials in numerous products is rapidly growing with ever-expanding applications. In spite of this growth, there is an incomplete knowledge of the health, environmental and safety aspects of these materials as well as global regulatory differences. The result is that potential hazards, testing approaches and regulatory requirements may not be adequately addressed. A thorough understanding of nanomaterials and their associated products would provide the information necessary to respond to any safety concerns and ensure regulatory compliance.
April 10, 2018
This white paper explores the complexities of compliance in the product development process and highlights the benefits of addressing compliance verification proactively. In doing so, it outlines best practices for adding compliance management in SAP Recipe Development and the benefits that an integrated solution can deliver.
September 12, 2016
To ensure the safety of their facilities, workforce and downstream customers, companies are required to make information about the chemicals used in their operations or placed on the market and the inherent hazards they pose freely available. To comply with regulatory obligations, hazard information must be accessible on demand, comprehensive, current, and available in multiple languages. This requires employers to stay abreast of regulations, maintain accurate inventories of the products and substances used, evaluate each material’s potential for harm and provide compliant Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and labels to clearly communicate the information required to safeguard those who may be at risk.
February 26, 2016
The challenge of complying with consumer protection laws like California’s Proposition 65 reveals and increases the need for end-to-end collaboration. Regular and comprehensive monitoring, collection, documentation and review of relevant data, and a free exchange of timely information, are vital in understanding and controlling risk, exposure and liability.

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