DTSC hosts workshops when the Safer Consumer Products program announces a new plan, products list, regulation or other significant step. They provide the public an opportunity to discuss the scope and content of such issues.
Help DTSC Research Potential Priority Products
DTSC invites you to a webinar that will provide an overview of our progress towards Priority Product selection and outline opportunities for your input on three topics:
- Potential Aquatic Impacts and Continued Uses of Nonylphenol Ethoxylates and Triclosan;
- Nail Salon Products and Chemicals; and
- Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) in Carpets, Rugs, Upholstered Furniture, and their Care and Treatment Products.
This webinar is the beginning of an engagement process allowing stakeholders the opportunity to provide information on these areas of interest. This information will help inform DTSC decisions regarding the next round of Priority Products. After the webinar, we will post background documents on each topic and solicit further information via our CalSAFER system.
Date: November 15, 2016
Time: 10:30AM - 12:00PM PST
Check back later for more information and to register for the webinar.
Demonstration of the OECD Substitution and Alternatives Assessment (SAAT) Toolbox Webinar (September 2016)
The US Environmental Protection Agency and Abt Associates demonstrated the OECD Substitution and Alternatives Assessment Toolbox (SAAT). The SAAT was designed as a comprehensive resource portal for information relevant to conducting an alternatives assessment. It's intended for a broad range of users with varying levels of expertise in the field.
Features of the OECD Alternatives Assessment Toolbox include:
- Interactive tool selector
- Inventory of alternatives assessment frameworks
- Case studies
- Regulations and restrictions
- Links to toolkits and other relevant resources
Draft Stage 1 Alternatives Analysis Guide Webinars (October 2015)
SCP released the Draft Stage 1 Alternatives Analysis Guide (AA Guide) in September 2015. The AA Guide provides useful approaches, methods, resources, tools, and examples of how to fulfill SCP’s regulatory requirements. This Draft of the AA Guide only covers the first stage AA required by the SCP regulations. A draft including the second stage AA is scheduled to be released in the Fall of 2016. Webinars to present and discuss SCP's Draft Stage 1 Alternatives Analysis Guide were provided in October 2015. Below are the presentation and video files: