Clients are faced with chemical risks throughout their business products, facilities, and supply chains. Increased regulations at global, regional, and national levels; combined with an expanding list of chemicals of concern; requires companies to demonstrate compliance to regulators while also addressing consumer and stakeholder expectations.
Geosyntec provides advisory and evaluation support for multiple aspects of chemical management, from regulatory compliance to safety and supply chain transparency. We actively support chemical safety assessments and product stewardship summaries to help chemical and product manufacturers address public health concern challenges, regulations and data gaps associated with chemicals in the marketplace. Our services include:
Compliance Tracking Management: Geosyntec's compliance team supports companies across applicable regulatory phases in their use and management of chemicals and production of a range of industrial and consumer products. This requires detailed knowledge of applicable regulatory programs; the status of specific chemicals under those programs; pending revisions and updates to the programs; and recordkeeping and reporting procedures to maintain compliance.
Chemical Risk Assessment: Geosyntec's support services address human health and ecological risk assessment; hazard identification and evaluation; and exposure assessment.
Restricted Substances Lists and Registrations: Our experienced practitioners know regional, national and state programs such as the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the China State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS) 53, and California Proposition 65.
Characterization Testing Programs: Testing programs include human health and ecological toxicity; chemical efficacy/claims verification; chemical content and physical characteristics.
Supply Chain Stewardship: Geosyntec helps clients with retailer supplier portal content; registration and tracking; Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting; chemical and product content and safety dossiers, and Safety Data Sheets .