I’m not sure if this is covered in the List of Lists, but EPA has 2 lists of ozone-depleting substances that have specific labeling requirements in their Stratospheric Protection Act.
Also, DEA has 4 schedules of controlled substances.
29 CFR Subpart H covers a lot of chemical operations, including dipping/coating operations, 13 carcinogens, and more.
ATF publishes the List of Explosive Materials (Notice 47N found at http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2011-10-19/pdf/2011-26963.pdf) that have regulations of their own.
Boulder Safety, Health and Environment
National Institute of Standards and Technology
325 Broadway, MC 153.02
Boulder, CO 80305
Afternoon all – I am just double checking to make sure I am not missing some obscure regulation out there. I am working on a chemical inventory project and we are trying to build a comprehensive screening list to make sure that all of the appropriate regulations are checked off when a new chemical may be presented. I have gotten the List of Lists (which convers EPCRA, SARA, RCRA, Clean Air Act) and the CFATS (Anti-Terrorism List) – there used to be an ATF (alcohol, tobacco and firearms) list, but I think it has been rolled into the CFATS list. I know there are exemptions and potential other requirements – if it is a drug precursor (DEA), a bioagent, covered under FIFRA (insecticide, biocide, and/or rodenticide), or a material covered under the NRC.
TSCA is also out there as well and that will relate to use.
Is there anything that I am missing????
Frankie Wood-Black, Ph.D., REM, MBA
Senior Air Consultant
Phone – 307-745-7474
Cell – 580-761-3703
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