Get to know the Hazcom Warrior Program
Who are HAZCOM Warriors?
The HAZCOM Warriors Program is comprised of injured veterans and their caregivers. The Program includes men and women who, while healing from injuries received during deployments and missions, specifically healing from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), or other physical injuries, have approached a way to continue their service through chemical management compliance and implementation. The program allows the HAZCOM Warriors to become experts on exposure risks with a thorough understanding of what employers can do to help ensure workplace safety.
In 2018 SILLAC launched its SDS Authoring, GHS Management, and other Chemical Management compliance services and appreciates the work that HAZCOM Warriors have contributed to this year’s efforts. SILLAC HAZCOM Warrior consulting model is a perfect fit for many nonprofits and small businesses who might otherwise be faced with either non-compliance or product deletion.
If you would like to find out more about the HAZCOM Warrior Program please contact us at email@example.com
Partnership to benefit Latin American and Caribbean Industry
Annapolis, MD— May 23, 2018— Specialists in International Law on Latin America and the Caribbean, S.C. – SILLAC announced the immediate availability of SILLAC Safety Data Sheet Management Plan, which includes SDS Authoring, Management, Distribution, Hazard Communication, and Chemicals Regulatory Consulting which will boost Chemical Management Compliance in Latin America and The Caribbean.
This is an empowering move because it allows regional and international industries to comply in a cost-effective manner with national and international laws, regulations, and standards, including the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS).
Through SILLAC, all industries in Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean are served and granted access to SILLAC comprehensive plans for Safety Data Sheets that include Authoring, Management, and Distribution at a sensible cost. In this way, mid to large sized companies and businesses can economically comply with jurisdictional mandatory provisions governing regional and international Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S) and GHS.
“Today, more than ever, it pleases me to repeat our first mission statement—To let our clients know what they must do to be in compliance with the regulatory framework of Latin America and the Caribbean. I am eager to serve all businesses while helping them achieve compliance with the applicable regulatory framework,” said R. Leticia Cuevas, Chief Executive Director at Specialists in International Law on Latin America and the Caribbean, S.C.- SILLAC in Annapolis, Maryland.
Positive Customer Impact
SILLAC has begun to contact potential customers who have made inquiries on Safety Data Sheets (SDS) authoring, labeling, management and distribution of their products manufactured in Peru, Colombia, and Mexico. The SILLAC Safety Data Sheet Management Plan, which includes SDS Authoring, Management, Distribution, Hazard Communication, and Chemicals Regulatory Consulting.will enable such businesses to manage their raw materials and chemicals with best business practices and to export their products globally without the fear of expired or incorrect SDS or labeling. In today’s regulatory landscape, there are very high costs to non-compliance and liability, business leaders must take an active role to significantly reduce these risks.
SILLAC has grown considerably since it was founded in 2000 when its goals were to analyze sociolegal issues; propose solutions for non-compliance and omissions in laws or the lack of legislative measures; and strive to find ways of helping societies and governments. SILLAC inaugurated the firm with an International Law Conference on “The Future of Alternate Dispute Resolution in International Trade in Latin America and the Caribbean,” held in Mexico City on September 8, 2000. Among the invited speakers was Carlos Loperena R., a renowned expert from the prestigious school of law, Escuela Libre de Derecho, who presented a “Panorama of Trade Arbitration in Mexico” (Panorama del Arbitraje Comercial en Mexico).
Today, R. Leticia Cuevas, Chief Executive Director, leads Chemical Management Compliance and together with seven international and environmental lawyers, who have been part of SILLAC since 2014, provide the most current, accurate data for clients who depend on precise regional information.
You may find information on Chemical Management Compliance, the SILLAC Safety Data Sheet Management Plan, which includes SDS Authoring, Management, and Distribution at https://sillac.com/chemical-management-and-ghs-status-and-reports
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Mexico City to welcome Air France AirBus A380 inaugural flight on January 12, 2016. The flight is scheduled to land in Mexico’s Benito Juarez International Airport, to start three times weekly, and after March on a daily basis. The Secretariat of Communications and Transportation began work to prepare the airport facility and runway for the large aircraft, which will carry 560 passengers from Paris to Mexico City. However, this is not the first time that Mexico greets the Airbus flight A380: the first flight landed in Cancun in 2013.
Another major flight trend is the Southwest non-stop flights from Houston to Mexico City, Cancun, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta. The Southwest flight from Cancun was landed in Houston Hobby last week, in Southwest’s five gate terminal that was recently inaugurated after construction operations since 2013.
Southwest expects to transport approximately four thousand passengers per month from Houston to Mexico City on non-stop flights.