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 30, 2015Sookie Hong
SCHC Fall 2015
In this presentation given during SCHC Fall 2015, Sookie Hong discusses the regulatory landscape with regards to K-REACH. She details the requirements, as well as the draft amendments, regulatory timelines and risk assessment for companies.
September 17, 2015Eric Ensminger
Retail Sustainability Conference 2015
Having a regulatory reporting strategy in place can help streamline and simplify the regulatory reporting compliance process. Such an approach can provide many benefits to customers with limited and/or decentralized EH&S staff or knowledge, multiple facilities to manage and those who want to centralize their regulatory reporting and permitting.
August 26, 2015

Cost: Free

Join us, as 3E Company’s Senior Toxicologist, Hans Plugge, describes the quantitative screening methodology used by 3E's Chemical Alternatives Assessment System (CAAS). CAAS' powerful quantitative screening methodology streamlines the process for identifying proposed “greener” alternatives without the need for extensive research during the initial phases of an alternatives assessment.

The webinar will discuss various applications of the system including:

  • a large series of chemical homologues, C1-C8 aldehydes or Formaldehyde through Octanal 
  • evaluating commercial mixtures, as well as 
  • applying the system to a read-across decision matrix
August 25, 2015

Cost: Free

Join 3E Company’s Regulatory Compliance Supervisor, Eric Ensminger, as he discusses best practices on how to complete regulatory disclosures when you have hazardous materials on-site in the states of California, Oregon, and Nevada. 

Agenda Topics: 

  • California hazardous materials reporting requirements and the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) 
  • Understanding the reporting requirements of the State of Oregon’s “Hazardous Substance Information Survey (HSIS)” 
  • The Nevada “Combined Agency HazMat Facility Report (CAR)” and maintaining compliance with the State Fire Marshall’s Office
Supply Chain
August 18, 2015
Product compliance is now woven into the fabric of good corporate governance. Organizations must now adjust their compliance programs to address emerging regulations, industry standards, responsible sourcing guidelines, supplier codes of conduct, and a myriad of other risk and revenue-related activities. Compliance is critical, as the ability to demonstrate compliance through disclosure can often help protect market share and enable new market opportunities. However, accomplishing this goal is no small task.
July 28, 2015

Cost: Free

Join 3E Company’s Sr. Regulatory Analyst, James Lee, and Chemical Regulatory Analyst, Judith Van Norstrand, as they discuss the latest developments on the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) reform, new reporting rule on nanomaterials, and compliance requirements of the upcoming 2016 Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) submission requirements. 

Agenda topics: 
• Latest development on TSCA reform 
• Proposed nanomaterial reporting rule under section 8(a) 
• Key requirements for 2016 TSCA CDR submission 
• Solutions and best practices 

July 16, 2015
Linde AG needed to modernize its SAP EH&S environment, which complied with the current SAP standard by only 50 percent. The environment was error-prone and no longer met business needs without tremendous manual effort. The end result was that operation and maintenance were costly and inefficient.

July 13, 2015Kami Blake

On June 15, 2015, the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) added two new Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) to the Candidate List for Authorization.
June 25, 2015

Cost: Free

Hazardous Waste is an area that affects nearly all businesses today, from purchasing to cost controls even to public image. This combined with the high-visibility hazardous waste has within the regulation community, it is vital for every company to understand the importance of considering hazardous waste throughout the lifecycle of a material. This begins with bringing an item into your building, followed by the actual disposal and possible subsequent reporting for federal, state and local agencies that may be required.

Join 3E Company's Matthew Schlesser, as he reviews the challenges many companies face throughout the Hazardous Waste Lifecycle and best practices for due diligence. 

Agenda topics: 
• Hazardous Waste Lifecycle 
• Common hazardous waste program obstacles 
• Waste management and reporting guidelines 
• Solutions and best practices