Establishing an Effective Chemical Review Process for Manufacturers

Implementing a Chemical Tracking Review Process


Environmental reports rely on accurate and up-to-date facility data. The key to being aware of what chemicals are present at your site, and when they change, is implementing a consistent review process – a crucial process for manufacturing sites, as it helps ensure that the chemicals being brought onsite are safe for human health and the environment.

Hear from regulatory compliance experts, Crystal Kukic and Emily Love, as they discuss how you can implement a comprehensive chemical tracking review process and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

Watch on-demand to learn how you can:

  • Maintain an up-to-date chemical inventory and usage data for Tier II and TRI reports
  • Review potential impacts to waste profiles, water discharges, air permits, and emergency response plans
  • Keep your SDS library updated
  • Evaluate workplace exposure limits and other safety concerns

Be sure to download the accompanying Chemical Review Process Infographic here.


Our Speakers:

Crystal Kukic, Compliance Program Manager – Encamp

Crystal provides regulatory expertise and aids in the further development of the Encamp product. Prior to Encamp, she accrued over 8 years of technical experience at Marathon Petroleum Corporation. In her Environmental Professional role, she led a variety of air programs and spent a great deal of time on work to revamp existing systems and processes to significantly improve site compliance. She enjoys studying the regulations and finding creative ways to ensure compliance in an efficient manner. Crystal is a graduate of Wayne State University, where she earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering.

Emily Love, Technical Program Manager – Encamp

Prior to her role at Encamp, Emily worked for Anheuser-Busch InBev as an Environmental Health & Safety Manager in several roles on-site and in various corporate roles. She has extensive knowledge of EHS regulations and has certifications for the following programs: RCRA, DOT, EPCRA, HAZWOPER, UST, RSO, LSO. She is a graduate of Missouri University of Science & Technology, where she earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering.