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Tier II Reporting Season Is Closing Quickly

Changes to Physical and Health Hazard Classifications
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Tier II reports detail materials stored on-site over a certain quantity threshold that a city, state, and/or federal agency has set. These reports typically include facility contact information, chemical name, storage information, and the hazards associated with each chemical.

Reports are due by March 1. Don’t wait until the last week of February to start, read Antea Group’s tips and get a jump-start on your Tier II report!

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Tier II Reporting Season Is Fast Approaching

Changes to Physical and Health Hazard Classifications
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The holidays are upon us which means Tier II Reporting Season is not far behind.  If you need to submit a Tier II report, there is a reason you should not wait till February of 2018.  Changes in the reporting requirements have been made by the EPA.

Antea Group describes the changes and has tips to ease the Tier II reporting process. Check them out and see if we can help you in any way.

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2015 AIAG IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference

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September 29, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Join AIAG for the 12th annual IMDS Conference!  This must attend event for those in the auto industry takes place over 1 ½ days and features many important topics in IMDS and Legislation.  A casual reception to connect with industry leaders and peers at the end of day one is also included.

Don’t miss out, register now!

Conflict Minerals Disclosure Deadline is June 1st, How Does Your Supply Chain Measure Up?

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Conflict Minerals Disclosure deadline is June 1st: how does your supply chain measure up?

Logistics Viewpoints. Tantalum, Tin, Tungsten and Gold (3TG) – and supply chain transparency will be in the news.  Monday, June 1, is the deadline for more than 6,000 Public U.S. companies to file reports with the SEC to disclose whether their products contain conflict minerals.

Safety Culture: The Foundation of Building a Successful Safety Program

With state and federal regulations constantly evolving, companies are being more proactive with their Environmental Health & Safety programs.
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With state and federal regulations constantly evolving, companies are being more proactive with their Environmental Health & Safety programs. Safety culture should be at the forefront of any successful EH&S program fostering an attitude and priority to keep employees safe.  Even if you are in compliance with required regulations, doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a good safety culture. Safety culture can be defined as a set of values, actions and commitment for the safety of employees and the public.

New Tools Available to Help Automotive Suppliers Meet Customer Expectations in Ethical and Responsible Business Practices

New Knowledge Assessments and Education Available from AIAG
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SOUTHFIELD, Mich., April 29, 2015 /3BL Media/ - AIAG, a not-for-profit organization that brings together automotive and manufacturing companies, suppliers, and service providers to help them develop common solutions to industry pain points, has released a comprehensive collection of tools and training to help automotive companies conduct business in an ethical and responsible way that benefits workers, communities, and the environment.

5 Things You Can Do to Promote Workplace Safety and Awareness

With the increasing number of hazardous chemical products being produced each year, employees all over the world are more likely to have a chemical exposure in the workplace.
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With the increasing number of hazardous chemical products being produced each year, employees all over the world are more likely to have a chemical exposure in the workplace. Are you an employer that requires employees to work with or around hazardous chemicals or materials? Having and maintaining a successful hazard communication plan is critical not only to the well-being of your employees, but also necessary to gain compliance with the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s requirements.

Preparing for Important GHS Compliance Deadlines

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Preparing for GHS Compliance Deadlines

Are you an employer that requires employees to work with or around hazardous chemicals or materials? Having and maintaining a successful chemical safety program is critical not only to the well-being of your employees, but also necessary to gain compliance with the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Since OSHA’s regulations are constantly changing and evolving, it is important to understand what your responsibility is to keep your workplace safe.

2015 AIAG Annual Corporate Responsibility Survey

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As an industry, automakers and suppliers are taking action to solve complex corporate responsibility challenges, from improving global working conditions and environmental sustainability, to increasing transparency in the supply chain and monitoring global chemical regulations. 

By completing the following 15-minute survey, you will help increase industry-wide understanding and action on these and other issues.

Using Quality Tools to Improve Sustainability at the 2015 AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit

Session Highlight: Quality Tools For Improving Your Company Image
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When businesses possess clarity on social responsibility, they can more efficiently translate company principles into effective actions. With the right tools, they can do it with confidence. Holly Duckworth, Ph.D., VP of Continuous Improvement at Kaiser Aluminum, leads the hands-on session “Using Quality Tools to Improve Sustainability: SR-FMEA” in which participants develop their ability to assess and address social responsibility issues within their company, organization, department and home.

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