Resource Center

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

Visit the Resource Center often for the latest information about 3E Company’s involvement in the industry.

September 29, 2016

The implementation of GHS in Canada brings many changes and new obligations. To help you navigate WHMIS 2015, our regulatory specialists have created an infographic that highlights key updates including classification requirements, labeling requirements, the four phases of HPR compliance, steps to compliance and HPR impact.
September 14, 2016

What can you expect in the aftermath of the June 2015 GHS US deadline? How can you prepare for the Canadian WHMIS 2015 GHS transition deadline on June 1st 2017? Attend our webinar to gain practical guidance and updates on the regulatory landscape of GHS in the US and Canada.

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.

September 6, 2016Kirsten Wallerstedt

On 30 August 2016, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) approved the adoption of a revised Article 6 of the Proposition 65 regulations (27 CCR § 25601 et seq.), establishing the requirements for providing “clear and reasonable” warnings. To be compliant with the amended regulation, businesses will have to reword all their warnings provided under the law. The deadline for compliance is 30 August 2018.
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TSCA
August 24, 2016
In a major overhaul of federal chemical safety laws, a historic reform of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) took effect on June 22, 2016. The TSCA reform law gives the EPA more direct tools to obtain testing information on chemical substances; eliminates certain statutory requirements that make the restriction or ban of chemicals in US commerce difficult; and restructures the way existing chemicals are evaluated and regulated. The amended TSCA will have significant impacts on chemical manufacturers, importers, distributors, processors and other downstream users.