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Basic Product Labeling

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Full Title: Basic Product Labeling
Recorded: June 17, 2010
Instructors: Steve Sides, American Coatings Association and Stacey-Ann Taylor, American Coatings Association
Media Format: Windows Media Video (WMV)

Course Description
Basic Product Labeling is tailored to appeal to company personnel newly assigned the task of developing and managing the product labeling function. Critical and timely topics to be covered include:

  • UNDERSTANDING Hazard and Precautionary Label Requirements
  • Getting the RIGHT AMOUNT of Label Information on Small Containers
  • Assessing POTENTIAL RISKS from Product Use
  • INTERNATIONAL LABELING resources available from ACA
  • The importance of label content on "DIRECTIONS FOR USE"
  • PROPOSITION 65 Update

The presenters will be referring to specific technical content in the ACA's Industry Labeling Guide (Fifth Edition, May 2005). While ACA members are eligible to download the complete guide, all participants in the VLC will receive a special PDF file that will include the referenced aspects. As a result, non-members of ACA will gain additional insights on the information and resources available to ACA members.

In addition to basic product labeling, a special segment of the VLC is dedicated to provide information on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) efforts to adopt the UN's emerging Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for the Classification and Labeling of Hazardous Chemicals.

Course Instructors:
Steve Sides is a certified industrial hygienist and environmental scientist focusing on product stewardship initiatives, including product risk assessment and risk management, with special emphasis on hazard and precautionary labeling. Sides is currently ACA Vice President for Science, Technology and Environmental Policy. He is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine's School of Environmental Health, and is currently completing his PhD in environmental policy at George Mason University.

Stacey-Ann Taylor is an environmental attorney specializing in chemical control law and regulation. Taylor is currently an attorney in the Government Affairs Division of ACA. In this capacity she serves as counsel to the Product Stewardship, Occupational Health & Safety, and Manufacturing Committees. She is also heavily involved in green building issues, and has recently become a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP). Taylor is a graduate of Duke University School of Law and Emory University.


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