Global Business Briefing – June 2014
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Top articles in this month's issue
● we hear from Lubrizol on what companies should be doing to notify substances to Turkey’s C&L inventory;
● why it can be hard to obtain consistent test results for the concentration of substances in products? A consultant and a test house explain;
● regular columnist the 3E Company offers tips on compliance with regulations on hazmat transportation;
● we report on the keynotes by DG Environment’s Bjorn Hansen and the JRC’s Maurice Whelan at the recent Helsinki Chemicals Forum; and
● business and environmental groups give their views on whether California’s longstanding Prop 65 law needs revising.
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Contents of this month's Briefing
- Inconsistencies in product testing
- In the news
- Turkey: Familiar issues on notification
- Prop 65: time for reform?
- FACET: a handle on FCMs exposure
- Arkema: supply chain communication on FCMS
- Helsinki Chemicals Forum review
- Hazmat transportation : US, EU and international rules
- Screening criteria for PBTs/vPvBs
- Fighting for a toxics-free future in Indonesia
- SMEs need help on REACH registration costs
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