HDTS Chemicals Inc. was an essential contributor to the design, development and delivery of the professional educational program offered by Responsible Distribution Canada, known as the Chemical Supply Chain Management (CSCM) program.
The CIRP consists of 3 semesters that can be taken on-line or in person. The semesters are as follows:
Semester 1 – Introduction to the Chemical Supply Chain is designed for anyone involved in this sector in Canada including executives, marketing/sales/product managers, logistics/ procurement/operations personnel, regulatory affairs, your Canadian customers and foreign suppliers.
Semester 1 is a 7-lesson diploma course that introduces participants to Canadian fundamentals of regulations including how and why regulations are created and how to engage the Government of Canada. Semester 1 is mandatory for anyone wishing to obtain the CIRP professional designation.
Semesters 2 and 3 are specifically designed for anyone in currently in regulatory affairs or wishing to pursue a career in this newly emerging professional field.
Semester 2 – Managing Federal Legislations provides the fundamentals to develop effective and efficient regulatory compliance programs for the following laws:
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods
- Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) / Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
- Canadian Environmental Protection Act
- New Substances Notifications
- Chemicals Management Plan
- CEPA Risk Management programs (National Pollutant Release Inventory NPRI, Environmental Emergency regulations and Pollution Prevention plans)
- Food and Drug legislation
- Importation of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API)
- Safe Food for Canadians legislation
- Pest Control
- Drug Precursor Control and Explosive Restricted Components legislation
- More lessons under development to keep pace with regulatory modernization
Semester 3 – Managing Provincial Legislation provides the fundamentals to develop effective and efficient regulatory compliance programs for the following provincial laws covering all 10 Canadian Provinces and 3 Territories:
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Worker Compensation
- Employment Standards
- Transportation (commercial vehicles)
- Environmental Legislation
- Facilities Management, and
- Municipal regulations
Please follow this link to more information about this unique educational resource:
Please contact us if you wish to discuss customized education programs for your organisations specific needs and objectives, whether facilities are located in Canada, the United States or Europe or Asia.