Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
SOCMA collaborates with the CSB to help ensure awareness of safe processes and operations at chemical facilities.
Department of Commerce
The Commerce Department is significant to SOCMA because of its assistance and voice for U.S. industry on trade issues.
Department of Homeland Security
DHS is significant to SOCMA for its responsibility for security regulations at chemical facilities.
Environmental Protection Agency
SOCMA works with EPA on a plethora of environmental issues, ranging from air, waste, and water to chemical control laws and pollution prevention. This is the agency with whom SOCMA works most closely.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
SOCMA's relationship with OSHA resides in process and employee safety and health regulations.
Small Business Administration
SOCMA works closely with SBA's Office of Advocacy to ensure that the voice of small business is heard within the federal government.
Office of United States Trade Representative
SOCMA collaborates with USTR to help advance member concerns regarding technical barriers to trade developed by foreign governments that impede members' access to global marketplace.
What Members Are Saying…
“Right off the bat, SOCMA’s ChemStewards provides you with a template that shows you good practices that should be implemented across-the-board. And the dialogue with other members and SOCMA staff is very valuable. You would have to pay a lot of money to bring in that kind of expertise, but with SOCMA, it’s all a benefit of membership.”