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More Than a Call Center Webinar Series

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May 17, 2023–November 25, 2023

CHEMTREC is excited to announce the launch of our new webinar series, “More Than a Call Center.” Our emergency response call center service is the core of what we do, but did you know that we provide additional services that can help your company stay safe and compliant? CHEMTREC is an experienced partner that can help you reduce risk and internal burdens so that your company can succeed and grow. Our webinar series will share a variety of solutions that can assist companies with the practice of safe handling and transportation of hazardous materials throughout the supply chain.

Each webinar will have a specific focus, offering a deep dive into topics of carriers and shippers, mass notification and incident coordination, lithium battery best practices and regulations, SDS authoring and distribution, and our emergency call center process. The webinars will also be interactive, giving attendees the chance to ask questions directly to our panels. Check out our first webinar:

Webinar 1 - Transportation Risk Assessment, Readiness, and Response
Wednesday, May 17, 2023 at 11 a.m. EDT

CHEMTREC has partnered with FACTOR to provide chemical companies with advanced transport risk assessments. These assessments are essential to enable an informed selection of carriers, routes, modes, and suppliers. Join our panel of experts as they explore the process of conducting a transport route risk assessment, explore sources of information, and discuss how the risk assessment should feed into your emergency response arrangements to reduce the likelihood and impact of any incident.

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Crisis Management in the Chemical Industry State of the Industry Report

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