Laboratories that handle regulated chemicals and toxic substances are required to track and report those materials to various regulatory agencies. Typically, this is done through management of Regulatory Lists that match regulated materials against specific regulatory requirements.
CISPro allows users to meet regulatory control requirements quickly and easily by managing in-house Regulatory Lists that are linked to regulated materials in the CISPro database. Thus, reporting tasks can be easily streamlined by using CISPro to flag regulated chemicals and generate reports automatically.
CISPro provides automated reporting capabilities for:
* Tier II, SARA, TSCA, TRI
* Fire Code
* DHS CFATS
* Other State, Local, Federal requirements
Tier II chemical inventory reports are required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), which is also known as Title III of the Superfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act (SARA). EPCRA requires organizations that have hazardous chemicals on site to submit reports about those chemicals to various state and local agencies. CISPro delivers the ability to calculate Tier II chemical totals accurately and automatically, making it simple and easy to maintain up-to-the-minute Tier II totals for reporting requirements.
SARA Title III
Identifying SARA Title lll chemicals in CISPro ensures that such hazardous and toxic chemicals can be managed safely and reported on quickly in the event of a disaster or accidental release into the environment. Better chemical identification and reporting enables facilities to improve chemical safety and management.
The EPA requires an annual Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) report of SARA 313 materials on site. CISPro provides the tools to make this time-consuming task easier to complete, allowing users to quickly pull accurate information for the TRI report and assemble report data without time-consuming “by-hand” calculations.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standard, 6 CFR Part 27, requires that any organization with DHS “Chemicals of Interest” on site that exceed specified threshold levels to develop and implement a site security plan for managing and reporting those chemicals. CISPro allows users to flag chemicals quickly and easily using the material’s CAS values. By setting up a DHS-based Regulatory List, users can mark material records as a DHS watch-list item for existing inventory as well as include new materials on the list automatically.
Automated Integration of Regulatory Lists with Chemical Inventory
3E Company’s Ariel™ Global Chemical and Regulatory Content takes management of Regulatory Lists to the next level. Available through a distribution agreement with 3E Company, the Ariel Global Chemical and Regulatory Content database contains nearly 800 regulatory lists covering thousands of data elements spanning more than 75 countries around the world. Under the agreement, these comprehensive regulatory lists are fully integrated with CISPro, delivering automated, rapid integration of regulatory lists with CISPro database content. Now, users have instant access to up-to-date information about regulated chemicals on site, whether in the lab or on the production floor. For details, visit here.
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