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Paul Hiznay Date of chairmanship: 1989 Occupation at time of chairmanship: Mona Industries Current occupation: Retired What is your proudest career achievement? A happy, successful, rewarding 44-year career in the chemicals industry with Union Carbide and Mona Industries. What qualities … Continue reading

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Tim Brown, Regulatory Counsel What is your proudest work acheivement? Obtaining labelling guidance from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) regarding OSHA’s HazCom 2012 Standard: In response to a letter from CSPA expressing our concerns with the OSHA HazCom … Continue reading

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Dr. Montfort A. Johnsen Date of chairmanship: 1971 Occupation at time of chairmanship: V.P. Of R&D – Regulations Current occupation: Aerosol consultant to KIK Custom Products, Inc. (Member of CSMA/CSPA for 62 years and running) What is your proudest career … Continue reading

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Mid-Year Meeting Session to Explore In Depth The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit trimmed a federal securities rule concerning conflict minerals disclosures April 14. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) filed the suit, raising Administrative … Continue reading

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Preventing product misuse is a key component of every CSPA member company’s product stewardship program. So much so that it is a tenet of Product Care®, the association’s voluntary product stewardship initiative. But how can companies educate consumers about proper … Continue reading

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Spring is upon us and National Car Care Month (April) is around the corner: Now’s the time to de-winterize your vehicle. Ridding your car’s front, back, inside, outside, top and bottom of winter’s salt, snow, ice and grime will improve … Continue reading

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (D.C. Circuit) heard oral arguments Jan. 7 on a 2012 Securities and Exchange Commission rule governing conflict minerals. A coalition of industry groups argues the SEC rule is arbitrary … Continue reading

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Consumers in the path of the “arctic storm” making its way across the U.S. are checking the antifreeze level in their vehicles. The Consumer Specialty Products Association reminds those same consumers to follow the storage and use guidelines on the … Continue reading

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Along with industry study and surface testing for slip resistance, CSPA company experts advise the commercial and institutional clients they work with that the best way to prevent wet floor related slip and fall incidents is to secure the space and prevent people from walking on the wet floor surface all together. Continue reading

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The Product Ingredient Review program’s DEET Task Force’s DEET Education Program (DEP) collaborated with the National Association of School Nurses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services to develop a one-hour online continuing education program that will launch this fall. Continue reading

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