Protecting our environment, our economy, our health. That's the
aim of the National Chemical Safety Program.
For the first time in United States history, natural adversaries are
on the same side. Regulatory agencies, environmental watch groups, emergency
response groups, concerned citizens, industry, legislators. All
these and more have joined together to make our country a safer, better
place to live.
Each of these stakeholder groups is represented on the National Chemical
Safety Program. NSCP evolved from a June 1999 Roundtable. All meetings
are open record.
NCSP tracks chemical safety incidents, analyzes raw data, maintains national
repositories, reports trends and makes it all available right