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Examining the Revisions to the EPA Worker Protection Standard for Agricultural Pesticides (CHMD51W)

Presented by: Erik R. Janus
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Update on the Final Revision to the EPA's WPS for Agricultural Pesticides, Current Challenges in Compliance and Opportunities for the Industry

On September 28, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced final revisions to its worker protection standard. According to the EPA the revisions will “enhance the protections provided to agricultural workers, pesticide handlers, and other persons under the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) by strengthening elements of the existing regulation, such as training, notification, pesticide safety and hazard communication information, use of personal protective equipment, and the providing of supplies for routine washing and emergency decontamination.”

This session by our expert speaker, Erik R. Janus, will discuss in detail the recently finalized revisions to the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for Agricultural Pesticides, and provide a critique of these changes and associated costs. It will also address the challenges and opportunities to industry with regard to compliance and implementation of the revised WPS.

This presentation, in addition to teaching you about upcoming regulatory compliance issues, will provide helpful hints and resources for all levels of experience.  Small companies or those newer to the field may benefit particularly from the knowledge imparted during the presentation.

Session Highlights:

Following this presentation, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify the major revisions to the WPS for Agricultural Chemicals;
  • Identify some limitations of the technical analysis in the proposed legislation;
  • Identify some limitations of the economic analysis in the proposed legislation;
  • Increase your awareness concerning the federal regulatory process; and
  • Increase your awareness of how regulatory staff should interact with the government and others to bring about positive change during the rulemaking process.


  • Get the knowledge of final legislation that impacts operations of agricultural companies and producers;
  • Identify resources for understanding federal rulemaking;
  • Get resources to interact with the federal government during rulemaking; and
  • Tips and tools that companies (large and small) can use to enhance their regulatory affairs/compliance profile.

Who should attend?

Employees involved in compliance with US agricultural laws and regulations, from the specialist to the management level. Regulatory Affairs, Compliance Officers, Local and State Government, Non-Profit Organizations concerned with federal agricultural policy and worker protection.

About Our Speaker(s)

Erik R. Janus | Chemical & Regulatory Toxicology SpeakerErik R. Janus
Erik R. Janus is the President of M?3; Technical & Regulatory Services LLC, a consulting firm offering technical and analytical services in a wide variety of areas to support the future of chemical risk assessment. Mr. Janus is an environmental health science, risk assessment and regulatory toxicology expert with over ... More info

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