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.

November 12, 2015

Cost - Free / Duration - 1.5 hrs

3E Company, in partnership with our valued client, Blount International, Inc., invites you to attend a California Proposition 65 webinar. This period of instruction is designed to address important questions from a technical regulatory framework as well as a compliance best practices perspective.

November 6, 2015James Lee

On 26 October 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an agency of the World Health Organization (WHO), published its evaluation of the carcinogenicity of the consumption of red meat and processed meat. The IARC Monographs Programme has classified the consumption of red meat as probably carcinogenic to humans (Group 2A). Processed meat was classified as carcinogenic to humans (Group 1). This evaluation will be included in Volume 114 of the IARC Monographs.
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Russia
October 22, 2015Emilia Vassileva
In this presentation given during Chemical Watch Enforcement Summit Europe 2015, Emilia Vassileva discusses the main characteristics and specifics of the Russian chemical regulatory framework. She details the enforcement process as well as current challenges and future prospects.

October 21, 2015James Lee

On 9 October 2015, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare published and enacted a new Mexican Official Standard, NOM-018-STPS-2015, Harmonized System for the Identification and Communication of Hazards and Risks of Hazardous Chemicals in the Workplace.
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GHS
October 20, 2015Catherine Bland and Paul Lloyd and Margarethe Jaroszewski
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Chemical Watch GHS Workshop
In this presentation given during Chemical Watch GHS Workshop, Catherine Bland, Paul Lloyd, and Margarethe Jaroszewski gives an overview of the history and purpose of GHS. They detail a summary of the current implementations around the globe, as well as a look ahead at anticipated adoptions.
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GHS
October 20, 2015Catherine Bland and Paul Lloyd and Margarethe Jaroszewski
Location: 
Chemical Watch GHS Workshop
In this presentation given during Chemical Watch GHS Workshop, Catherine Bland, Paul Lloyd, and Margarethe Jaroszewski presents a comparative analysis of country and authority variations. In addition, they provide an overview of classification cut-off limits, as well as best practices in labelling and SDS authoring.
October 8, 2015

Cost: Free

As you prepare for the next round of Conflict Minerals reporting compliance, many questions arise: 

  • How does the end of the transition period change your conflict minerals compliance? 
  • Will you be required to get an Independent Private Sector Audit (IPSA)? 
  • Is it best practice to have conflict minerals compliance at the supplier level or the material level? 
  • Are your suppliers compliant? If not, how will you handle uncooperative or noncompliant suppliers? 
  • Is your conflict minerals compliance system flexible and robust enough to meet the demands of the Canadian and European Union conflict minerals directives? 

To answer these questions and gain insight on how best to prepare for completing your conflict minerals report due in May 2016, attend our webinar.

October 1, 2015Zeina Attar
Location: 
Chemical Watch Regulatory Summit - Asia 2015
In this presentation given during Chemical Watch Regulatory Summit in Asia, Zeina Attar presents an overview of the regulatory framework seen in South Africa, Uganda, and Kenya. She also delves deeper into the chemical regulations in South Africa, discussing restricted and prohibited substances as well as classification and labeling best practices.