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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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Bernie Henn

September 1, 2017Bernie Henn

On July 10, 2017, the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) added one new Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) to the REACH Candidate List for Authorization and modified the existing list in the case of 5 existing SVHC. The new substance added is called: Perfluorohexane-1-sulfonic acid and its salts (PFHxS) added...

August 25, 2017Alan Johnson

3E continues to expand our Global Alliance Program through the addition of carefully selected product and service providers who share our dedication to reducing risk, improving regulatory compliance and supporting innovation for customers around the globe. As the premier solution provider for chemical, material, and product level ingredient content as...

August 18, 2017Alan Johnson

Late last month independent research and consulting firm Verdantix released the fourth installment of its Green Quadrant: EHS Software 2017 report – a notable report for many reasons, including the fact that it is the only independent benchmark of EHS software available on the market. As the premier provider of...
September 13, 2017


This webinar will help you to:

  • Understand the regulatory requirements for EPCRA (SARA Title III) Sections 311 & 312 (Tier II) Reporting
  • Recognize the role of SDS data in the safe storage, handling, and use of chemicals in the workplace
  • Initiate next steps to proactively manage your EH&S risk and compliance while reducing costs
September 7, 2017


Join 3E and learn how the TSCA Reform Act is taking shape in the following areas:

  • Reset of the TSCA Inventory
  • Risk Assessment Rule
  • Introduction of New CBI Requirements
  • PMN Review at the EPA  
August 29, 2017


Attend this webinar and learn how to navigate the complex landscape and ensure your products are compliant throughout their journey from your loading dock to their final destination.

July 14, 2017Xiaolu Wang

Summary China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology published on 29 June 2017 the Invite for Response to the Proposed Management Catalog of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Subject to Restrictions on Use of Hazardous Substances (First Batch) and Proposed List of Exempt Applications of Hazardous Substances Identified in the Management...
Julie Byrne

June 27, 2017Julie Byrne

On June 22nd, the EPA marked the first anniversary of the Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act (“LCSA”), commonly known as “TSCA Reform,” by issuing a Federal Register prepublication report. The EPA was obligated by statutory requirement under the TSCA Reform regulation to announce a number of rules by June 22, 2017. The major rule announced was the requirement for reporting of all chemicals manufactured in and imported into the United States in the 10 years preceding June 21, 2016, “TSCA Re-Set,” to create an “Active” TSCA Inventory.

June 16, 2017Kirsten Wallerstedt

The California Senate has passed Senate Bill (S.B.) 258, the "Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017." The bill would require cleaning product manufacturers to disclose certain chemical information on the product label, including a pictogram and a statement directing the consumer to the manufacturer's website for more information including health effects of ingredients of concern. The bill would also require employers to disclose the same information for any container used in the workplace to which a cleaning product is transferred. The bill proposes to apply to cleaning products manufactured or sold in California on or after 1 January 2018.
Sookie Hong

June 2, 20173E Regulatory Research Team

The Government of Canada's Workplace Hazardous Materials Bureau announced on 19 May 2017 via email that compliance with the Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR) or Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) will incur a one-year delay. New transition deadlines are now extended until 2018 for Phase 1 of the HPR, and additional three months have be added to comply under Phase 2 of the HPR.

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