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D E VE L OP ME NT S IFRANA submitted comments and communicated with DEC after the Department released subsequent drafts. IFRANA and its allied trades have also expressed industry concerns to Governor Cuomo’s Office. While the finalization of this guidance has been delaye d, the industry is committed to a unified, workable solution in New York State. Gazette. IFRANA’s comments were supportive of confidential business information (CBI) protections. Through the expertise of the Occupational Health, Safety & Environmental Committee (OSHE), the industry urged Health Canada to implement policies that prioritize workers, predictability, and consumer choice as well as consistent policy between the United States and Canada. Canada Parliamentary Review of CEPA 1999 WHMIS 2015 The deadlines for GHS implementation in Canada have been extended, allowing the compliance periods for transition to WHMIS 2015, as follows: • Manufacturers and importers - June 1, 2018 • Distributors - September 1, 2018 In Quarter 4 2017, IFRANA submitted comments to Health Canada in response to two notices published in the Canada The Problems:       GHS Labeling Calculating True Landed Cost Shipping Documents Take Too Long Tracing Lots Quickly Q/C Taking Too Long Which Formulas Are Impacted By A Raw Material Price Increase The Canadian government is currently performing a comprehensive review of the provisions and operation of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999), as is required by section 343 of the Act to be done every five years. The Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development submitted its report, “Healthy Environment, Healthy Canadians, Healthy Economy: Strengthening the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999,” to the House of Commons. IFRANA will continue to coordinate with those on the ground in Canada to provide feedback to the government. The Solution: “I would absolutely recommend ProcessWare ERP, without question. The ProcessWare ERP team knows our business and built their solution for our business; that makes all the difference.” Tom Buco, President Excellentia (973) 361-4224