Stakeholder Engagement and Outreach for the Domestic Substances List Inventory Update Phase 2 (DSL IU2)

As part of the second phase of the Chemicals Management Plan (CMP), the Government of Canada published a mandatory survey in the Canada Gazette on December 1st, 2012. The notice covers approximately 2,700 substances and seeks to obtain updated information on the commercial status of these substances along with providing support to both activities risk assessment and management.

In support of this work, the Government of Canada will be hosting a series of outreach activities and events that include:

Summary of Outreach Activities and Timelines:

Web-based conferencing (WebEX)Focus on the DSL IU2 initiative, including guidance for reporting and a presentation and demo of the online reporting tools.Five sessions were completed. Please check back for additional sessions to be held within the June-Aug timeframe.
WebinarsProvides general information on the CMP including how the updates to the Domestic Substances List inform planning for the program. Focus on DSL IU2.Activity completed
Face-to-face Stakeholder WorkshopsProvides basic overview and introduction to CMP, with additional details and focus on the DSL IU2 Section 71 Notice. Including: who must respond and to which sections, the timelines and an overview of the online reporting system.

Workshops will also provide the opportunity to interact directly with government representatives.
Activity completed

More information on the DSL IU2 can be found on the Domestic Substances List Inventory Update webpage of the Government of Canada’s Chemical Substances website.

A formal invitation for each of these activities will be provided and links to registration pages will be added to this web page once the dates have been confirmed.

Please forward this information to others who may be interested in participating in one of these information sessions.

Should you have any questions or comments, please contact:

Substances Management Coordinator
Telephone: 1-800-567-1999 or 819-953-7156
Fax: 819-953-7155

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