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Code of Practice Replacement Pages

Changes have been made to the ACC Product Approval Code of Practice since the release of the December 2010 edition The replacement pages below contain such changes and should be considered in effect Code practitioners are advised to replace pages in their Code with the pages below Please note that all changes have

ChemITC® Organization

There are many individuals and groups within ChemITC, working to ensure the organization is operating smoothly and fulfilling its role as a forum to address common information management issues in the chemical industry The ChemITC organization supports the broadest range of company participation while still enab

Sodium Chlorite & Chlorine Dioxide

The Sodium Chlorite/Chlorine Dioxide Panel was formed in 1987. Over the years, the Panel has sponsored numerous toxicological and environmental studies to evaluate the continued safe use of sodium chlorite and chlorine dioxide.

Fuel Additives Task Group (FATG)

The Petroleum Additives - Fuel Additives Task Group (FATG) developed a Code of Practice for fuel and fuel detergent additive performance testing practices.  The objective of FATG is to pursue research and advocacy issues relative to fuel additives in order to enhance the performance of automotive and industrial fuels.

CHEMTREC: Manager, Sales

This position is responsible for achieving sales goals as well as ensuring consistent and profitable sales revenues growth.

Code of Practice Code Bulletins

Code Bulletins that have been issued since the 2005 edition of the ACC Product Approval Code of Practice are listed here All other Code Bulletins have been archived For older Code Bulletins, please contact the PAPTG Manager Code Bulletin C 28 Inclusion of the Sequence IIIG into Appendices H and I of the Code

Health & Safety

The Solvents Industry Group works to ensure that organic solvents, specifically oxygenated and hydrocarbon solvents, continue to be recognized as important components of a wide range of products that improve our daily lives and also help make our lives safer and healthier, while meeting the challenges of today s en

Code of Practice Compliance Acknowledgement

2016 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2015 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2014 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2013 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2012 Code of Practice Compliance Letter Code of Practice Resources 2011 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2010 Code of Practice

Mode of Action Useful Links

Risk Assessment Basics: Methods for Conducting MOA Analysis and Use of MOA in Risk Assessment Biologically Motivated ComputationalModeling Contribution to Risk Assessment Recent Developmentsin Frameworks to Consider Human Relevance of Hypothesized Modes of Actionfor Tumours in Animals The Vanishing Zero Revisi

Isopropanol Panel

Isopropanol is an important ingredient in paints, inks, general-purpose cleaners and disinfectants. The mission of the Isopropanol Panel is to address health, safety, and environmental issues that affect producers, distributors and users of isopropanol.