There, Chairman Michael Gould of Rahn announced that Marcy Gainey, Ph.D. chemist and TSCA expert, is now working with RadTech.
“Marcy is a tremendous resource to help us respond to regulatory issues and she will also be available to all member companies through our EHS Committee,” Mickey Fortune said.
Gould also discussed important opportunities for collaboration to advance UV+EB and encouraged RadTech members to help form new subcommittees, with a goal to bring in multiple perspectives and ensure member oversight of activities.
These new subcommittees include:
- Best Practices for Successful Regulatory Registrations – with a goal to exchange information and develop a guideline document of lessons learned on the submissions of PMNs and LVEs;
- Acrylate Respiratory Monitoring – to engage EPA questions about exposure;
- Food Packaging – to compile and reconcile guidance documents (e.g. by Nestle, General Mills, Wrigley, et al.);
- Prop 65 – to ensure it is on the radar if there are future concerns.