Mastering Compliance Reporting for Lithium-Ion Batteries

Your Top Lithium-Ion Reporting Questions, Answered!

Lithium-ion batteries are becoming increasingly popular in many industries from renewable energy to automotive manufacturing, with its global market size expected to reach $135B in 2031. With that, many EHS professionals have been left with questions on how best to report for SDS and Tier II.

Watch on-demand and hear EHS and regulatory compliance leaders discussing the most pressing questions about:

  • Determining when SDS and Tier II reporting is needed
  • Calculating thresholds for Tier II reporting
  • Communicating hazards and storage locations to first responders and emergency planners


Our Speakers:

Ryan Fogelman, VP of Strategic Partnerships, Fire Rover

Ryan Fogelman is the VP of Strategic Partnerships for Fire Rover, a first of its kind, remotely monitored early fire detection & elimination solution. He is focused on bringing innovative solutions to market, speaking regularly on the scope of fire problems facing the waste and recycling industries, proper fire planning, and early-stage fire risk mitigation for hazardous materials including lithium-ion batteries.

Jackie Velazquez, Director of Environmental Compliance, Encamp 

Jackie came to Encamp in 2021 after more than six years at Marathon Petroleum Corporation. Prior to Marathon, Jackie was a manufacturing environmental engineer for Ford Motor Company, a consulting environmental engineer for Leggette, Brashears & Graham, Inc., and a civil/environmental engineer for Norris & Associates.


You might also like the The Ultimate Guide to Compliance Reporting for Lithium-Ion Batteries to learn more about reporting lithium-ion batteries as a mixture or component, as well as other expert-approved strategies shared by our experts.