CSPA is a business partner to approximately 250 companies seeking to advocate to positively shape the industry landscape. We identify and address relevant legislative, regulatory, and market challenges and opportunities. We proactively collaborate with key stakeholders to strengthen our voice and maximize our impact in achieving policy solutions.
Over 75 different member-based task groups and committees and a very active Board of Directors lead CSPA and its efforts that drive our industry’s progress, vitality, and positive reputation. CSPA promotes the adoption of best practices that maximize safety and sustainability. We strengthen communication and education efforts to increase awareness and understanding of policy makers, the public, and other key stakeholders. CSPA coordinates and facilitates efforts with relevant agencies to advance solutions that showcase the benefits of members’ products.
The CSPA staff of scientific, legal, advocacy, research management and policy experts successfully connect with our community to increase member value. We expand and enhance member communications platforms and protocols. CSPA optimizes networking opportunities that foster business relationship development and our organizational growth. We assess and optimize programs, products and services that address members’ current and future needs and challenges.
California Pesticide Regulatory Course + Boot Camp
September 13, 2017 • Sacramento, CA
The California Pesticide Regulatory Course for Consumer Products is an opportunity for those involved in the manufacture of products that protect public health and the environment to interact with Cal/EPA and California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) staff; gain key insights pertaining to new or developing trends; and learn more about the compliance and registration issues affecting the consumer products industry.
The meeting, which is open to CSPA members and non-members, will be used as an opportunity for professionals in the cleaning products industry to learn about the latest technologies anddiscuss the challenges of emerging issues.
The first course focuses on the practical: what you need to know to get your pesticide products on the market, keep them on the market and avoid penalties. We’ll then move to advanced topics of current interest: electronic submissions; pollinators and the Endangered Species Act; state regulation of pesticides including California and PRIA 4. Additionally, the course will continue three new modules that were introduced last year on “Labeling Impacts of Toxicity Study Results,” “How to Register a Biopesticide,” and “Marketing Claims for Consumer Pesticides.”