under the toxic substances control act tsca all companies manufacturin
Under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), all companies manufacturing anew chemical must submit a pre-manufacturing notice (PMN) to the EPA 90 days before beginning production of the new chemical. Chris supervises a production unit that has recently begun to make a new chemical(not on EPAS TSCA list) and she becomes aware that a PMN has not been filed by her company.She brings this issue up to her manager, who tells her not to worry about it, as the chemical is not very dangerous. What are a possible range of actions? If Chris blows the whistle, she could be fired or let go. If Chris does nothing, she could endanger workers possibly exposed to the chemical during manufacture. As well, if the company is caught by the EPA without the PMN filed, her professional reputation could be harmed.
*The amount will be in form of wallet points that you can redeem to pay upto 10% of the price for any assignment. **Use of solution provided by us for unfair practice like cheating will result in action from our end which may include permanent termination of the defaulter’s account.Disclaimer:The website contains certain images which are not owned by the company/ website. Such images are used for indicative purposes only and is a third-party content. All credits go to its rightful owner including its copyright owner. It is also clarified that the use of any photograph on the website including the use of any photograph of any educational institute/ university is not intended to suggest any association, relationship, or sponsorship whatsoever between the company and the said educational institute/ university. Any such use is for representative purposes only and all intellectual property rights belong to the respective owners.