SCHC’s Board of Directors considered multiple options for bringing SCHC content to members and guests, including a fully in-person event (without a virtual or web streaming option), an in-person event with a web streaming component, and a hybrid event with all sessions available both in-person and streamed. We made the decision to offer a web streaming component, i.e., our Tuesday morning session, based on the feedback we received from our annual membership survey; research the Board did on other recent in-person, virtual, and hybrid events; and the previous positive experience we had streaming a component of SCHC 2019 Fall Meeting. Costs and the benefits of in-person collaboration were also considerations.

For members and guests who are not able to join us in-person this year, we are pleased to offer a web streaming option of the Tuesday morning session.  

Register for the webstreaming option * 

*      Registration fee is US$126.00. 

Member rate is US$100.00 -- Members: you'll need to check the website for the discount code (you must be logged into the site to view the codes). 
SCHC will make the member rate available to certain Affiliates (i.e., CHCS) - contact your organization or SCHC for the discount code.

 REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  midnight, September 14

Only the Tuesday morning portion of the meeting is available via webstreaming.  For full agenda details for those attending in person, please visit the 2022 Meeting Page - Meeting Agenda 



Tuesday, September 20

8:30-9:00  WELCOME AND SCHC AWARDS PRESENTATION, including President’s welcome, introduction to SCHC Board of Directors and Committees and presentation of Past President Award, Jennifer Silk Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award, Outstanding Service Award, and Outstanding Volunteer Awards
MORNING PROGRAM: Facilitator - Anne DeMasi, SCHC Program Committee

OSHA Update

Maureen Ruskin, Deputy Director, Directorate of Standards and Guidance

Sven J. Rundman III, Supervisory Industrial Hygienist
U.S. DOL / OSHA Office of Health Enforcement


WHMIS and GHS in Canada - Overview and Updates

Lynn Berndt-Weis, Director, Workplace Hazardous Materials Bureau
Health Canada


Break          Hazard Communication Products Display is Open


UK and EU - What is new and what is different

Gill Pagliuca, Chair, CHCS
Denehurst Chemical Safety Ltd.


Current US TSCA Policies That Have An Effect On Hazard Communication

Rose Passarella, Ph.D., J.D.