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Network on
Chemical Regulation

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The Network on Chemical Regulation is an issue-driven forum established to enable U.S. manufacturers and other stakeholders to have a strong, collaborative voice when addressing domestic, regional, foreign, and global chemical regulations.


The purpose of the Network is to:

  • Disseminate information
  • Identify issues of concern
  • Share best practices
  • Explore training needs
  • Leverage resources in areas pertaining to chemical-related regulations and regulatory controls

The Network strives to increase cooperation and collaboration across industries, identify existing and needed standards and compliance programs, work together to inject scientific research into policy debates, and encourage a “risk based” approach rather than a “list based” approach to chemical references in regulation.

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The Network is open to participation from any affected stakeholder, including representatives of industry, trade/professional associations, standards developing organizations, code developing organizations, conformity assessment bodies, government agencies, consumer groups, organized labor, and academia.

The intent is to create a highly inclusive forum with participation from a range of perspectives that is not disproportionately dependent upon any single interest, organization, or stakeholder group.

To be added to the Network distribution list, please send an email to [email protected].

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Staff Contacts

Susan Bose

Associate Director, Membership Marketing and Development


[email protected]