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OEL Workshop

On September 10-11, 2012, the Nanotechnology Panel co-sponsored a workshop with the George Washington University (GWU) on “Strategies for Setting Occupational Exposure Limits for Engineered Nanomaterials.”

About Us

Formed in 2005, the Nanotechnology Panel of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) is composed of companies with business interests in the products and applications of nanotechnology.

Benefits

Nanotechnology could bring about the next wave of innovation in science and engineering—the possibilities are endless. It has the potential to transform aerospace, agriculture, information technology, national defense, transportation and many other sectors.

Nanotechnology Definitions

Many regulatory bodies around the world have separately developed definitions of “nanomaterial” to identify materials of potential interest, resulting in inconsistent definitions among regulatory organizations.

ASP-2-Template-and-Instructions

Alternate Security Program ( ASP ) Template Guidance and Instructions for C ompli ance with the CFATS Regulatory P rogram under 6 CFR 27. Second Generation: Designed for Chemical Distribution Facilities Joint Project of the American Chemistry Council and National Association of Chemical Distributors Introduction:

Membership

Membership in the Nanotechnology Panel offers significant benefits to companies engaged in the business of nanotechnology. Members have the opportunity to help shape the industry’s positions on issues related to nanotechnology and build relationships with other leaders in the field.

Panel Activities

The Nanotechnology Panel has a robust agenda of activities surrounding the stewardship and regulation of nanomaterials as well as research into this technology.

Timeline

The NANO Timeline. A big history of the very small.

What is Nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology is the science of extremely small structures that generally measure less than 100 nanometers (nm). One nanometer is one billionth of a meter, and there are more than 25 million nanometers in one inch. A sheet of paper is about 100,000 nm thick.

Infographics and Fact Sheets

CPTD Implementation Center One Pager

The Center is managed by ACC’s Chemical Product & Technology Division (CPTD), which for over 40 years has helped chemical product and sector groups effectively navigate science, regulatory and legislative challenges at the state, federal and international levels.