2020

Tuesday at ICCM4: Join ICCA for a Side Event on Supply Chain Partnerships and Chemicals Management

On Tuesday, September 29, the International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) will host a side event illustrating the importance of supply chain partnerships in creating a future where chemicals can be produced and used sustainably.

The session, “Supply Chain Partnerships for Sustainable Chemicals Management,” will include a light lunch for attendees beginning at 12:45 PM (CET), before opening at 1:15 PM with a keynote presentation by Rick Fedrizzi, CEO and founding chairman of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). A panel discussion moderated by Greg Bond, Manitou View Consulting LLC principal and former corporate director of product responsibility for Dow Chemical, will follow, featuring perspectives from chemical companies and downstream industry leaders, including:

Ronald Bock, EMEA Environmental Risk Manager, The Chemours Company
Giorgia […]

The SAICM Journey: 20 Milestones to 2020 [INFOGRAPHIC]

The International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) has made real, tangible progress on the road to sound chemicals management.

That’s because ICCA is an association of innovators, visionaries, solutions providers and product stewardship pioneers. Above all, we are optimists. What others see as challenges, we see as opportunities to solve some of the world’s biggest problems.

Our shared optimism has driven us to reach new heights along the SAICM journey, guided by ICCA’s Global Product Strategy (GPS) and Responsible Care programs. While we’ve made progress, the journey continues.

By strengthening SAICM, we can accelerate and intensify the deployment of innovative products and technologies to address global challenges and enable a more sustainable future.
Download the Infographic: The SACIM Journey – 20 Milestones to 2020

Our Unified Vision: The Revised Responsible Care Global Charter

More than 300 ICCA member chemical companies around the world have signed the revised Responsible Care Global Charter, including 80 percent of the largest 102 global chemical companies, as a show of our industry’s unified commitment to safe chemicals management.

In 2015, we updated and strengthened the Global Charter to address ongoing stakeholder expectations and evolving challenges, to enable industry to speak with a common voice about its global commitments.

The enhanced Global Charter includes more stringent process safety and facility security requirements, specific measures to advance sustainability, expand economic opportunity and improve use of resources, and expanded commitment to developing solutions to address societal challenges.

The Responsible Care Journey under SAICM

Since we first began the SAICM journey in 2006, we’ve expanded the […]