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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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September 23, 2020Scott Stephens

The European Commission adopted legislation on 2 September 2020 amending several of the annexes to Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food (Plastics FCR) . Verisk 3E Review Published 3 September 2020 in the EU Official Journal, Regulation (EU) 2020/1245 adds...

September 9, 2020Regulatory Research Group

The Swiss Department of the Interior has amended its 2016 Ordinance on the Maximum Levels of Contaminants (known as the VHK), which regulates the production of foodstuffs. In addition to modifying the text of the legislation and six of the 10 existing annexes, the amendment introduces a new Annex 11,...

September 8, 2020Scott Stephens

On 31 August 2020 the European Commission adopted two delegated regulations, amending the Classification, Labeling and Packaging Regulation (CLP - 2008/1272/EC) to remedy a number of shortcomings identified by stakeholders in the initially adopted version of the poison centre notification framework (Regulation 2017/542/EU). Verisk 3E Review The first delegated regulation...

September 3, 2020Safer Chemical Analytics Team

Hans Plugge, our Manager of Safer Chemical Analytics, coauthored with Dr. Jakub Kostal of George Washington University, a recent paper on selection of the most appropriate study for regulatory assessment. The paper entitled “Quantifying Uncertainty in Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment: MUST, a Modular Uncertainty Scoring Tool” by Jakub Kostal, Hans Plugge...

August 17, 2020Robert Guitteau

The Colombian Ministry of Health and Social Protection, Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Commerce, and the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development have published for public comment the draft decree establishing a new chemical management framework . A public comment period was held through 10 August 2020. Verisk 3E Review...

August 6, 2020Oliver Danckert

In response to growing demand within the industry, we are pleased to expand our partnership offering with the launch of a new program for our implementation partners. This new program provides resources to professional services organizations that implement product safety and compliance solutions for SAP ® customers. In offering this...

August 6, 2020Emilia Vassileva

On 9 June 2020 Bulgaria enforced the new Bulgarian Food Law (Food Law). The law aligns Bulgarian legislation with European Union food requirements and introduces several public registers related to the manufacturing and distribution of food. The Food Law creates new food packaging, labeling and advertising restrictions and bans. Verisk...

August 4, 2020Chanyanis Utiskul

Thailand's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) released the guideline on compliance with cosmetic labeling regulations. The regulation, Notifications of the Cosmetics Committee Re: Cosmetic Products Labeling B.E. 2562 (2018), dated 14 June 2019 , was issued last year, allowing existing products with non-compliant...
August 27, 2020

Private label brands will play an increasingly important role for global retail leaders. Private brands come with their own set of regulatory requirements and added risks of non-conformance. Supplier Development Manager Bernie Henn and Senior Director, Portfolio Management, Frank-Dieter Clesle focus on these concerns and more in this upcoming webinar. Join Verisk 3E's latest webinar to learn the latest developments in the retail industry and general product management as it relates to regulatory compliance.

September 2, 2020

Every year businesses across the nation must report on their hazardous materials by March 1st in order to comply with EPCRA regulations. In addition, businesses are also required to comply with RCRA reporting obligations and submit hazardous waste reports by March 1st. Join Verisk 3E’s latest webinar to learn what obligations apply to your business and the top 5 challenges that need to be considered for a successful reporting year to ensure compliance.