Chemicals Management

The Challenge

The chemistry industry is a vital element to our economy. Canadians need to be confident that their health, safety, and environment are protected at all times.

Our Solutions

Canada’s chemistry industry is committed to the responsible stewardship of chemicals. CIAC supports the federal government’s world-leading Chemicals Management Plan (CMP). The CMP is a rigorous, risk-based approach to assessing and managing chemical substances that positions Canada as a global leader in chemicals management.

CIAC will continue to advocate for robust funding for the CMP. In the past, we have co-authored letters with environmental non-governmental organizations to ensure the continued funding for the program. Canada has assessed more than 3,000 chemicals and we need to continue this work to ensure that Canadians can remain confident that their health, safety, and environment are protected.

The Challenge

The chemistry industry is a vital element to our economy. Canadians need to be confident that their health, safety, and environment are protected at all times.

Our Solutions

Canada’s chemistry industry is committed to the responsible stewardship of chemicals. CIAC supports the federal government’s world-leading Chemicals Management Plan (CMP). The CMP is a rigorous, risk-based approach to assessing and managing chemical substances that positions Canada as a global leader in chemicals management.

CIAC will continue to advocate for robust funding for the CMP. In the past, we have co-authored letters with environmental non-governmental organizations to ensure the continued funding for the program. Canada has assessed more than 3,000 chemicals and we need to continue this work to ensure that Canadians can remain confident that their health, safety, and environment are protected.

Keeping Canadians healthy

The health of Canadians is of paramount importance and underlies everything that CIAC and our members do. Canadians have a right to a safe and healthy environment, including strict air and water quality standards.

Working with our regulatory partners

CIAC and its members advocate for transparency and a risk-based approach to chemicals management.

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