Webinar 2/22: Industry leaders on the value of GreenScreen®

2/8/2017 Clean Production Action Bulletins



Webinars 2/22 & 2/28: Learn how top companies are using GreenScreen for Safer ChemicalsGreenScreen-Logo new 4c
Become an expert in GreenScreen by taking our Advanced Topics course or joining the Authorized GreenScreen Practitioner Program™. Attend one or both of our free webinars to learn about the value of becoming trained in GreenScreen.

Cory Roberston, HP Inc.
Jon Smieja, Steelcase

Antonio Quinones, GOJO
Doug Eichler, Roxul
Teresa McGrath, Valspar

Leading companies use GreenScreen to minimize business risk related to chemicals and get ahead of customer demands and regulations. Our webinar speakers are Authorized GreenScreen Pracitioners™ who will share how and why their proactive companies selected GreenScreen as an important tool, the value GreenScreen has brought to their business, and how the training provided by Clean Production Action has helped them succeed.

GreenScreen can help you in your daily work whether you make formulated products or complex articles and regardless of your sector.

In-person trainings 3/16 & 6/6: GreenScreen List Translator 

March 15th Seattle, Washington or June 6th in Portland, Oregon

Reducing Chemical Hazards: The First Move

It is crucial to make informed decisions when choosing chemicals in products, processes and supply chains. Though it seems like an obvious step, identifying and knowing the potential hazards of chemicals is often overlooked or perceived as too complicated or costly to address. Yet companies face brand and financial risk if they are not making informed decisions about the chemicals they use. This in-person training on the GreenScreen List Translator provides a first line of defense against regrettable chemical choices and hands-on practice to ensure you can effectively use the tool in your organization.

As a precursor to the List Translator Workshop, Washington Department of Ecology invites you to attend their free introductory webinar today (2/8) 
where you will learn the basic principles of chemical hazard assessments, why they are of interest, and basic tools to identify and screen out hazardous chemicals.