Chemicals & Materials Now!
From basic to specialty, and everything in between
About the author:
Regina Javier has helped companies understand how and why people interact with digital applications and experiences for over 12 years. With a focus on delivering value through user experience and content, Regina has worked with senior leaders at industry-leading companies such as IBM, American Express, MasterCard, and RELX Group to bring technology products and digital customer journeys to market. After working for globally renowned marketing and technology agencies MRM/McCann, DDB Worldwide, and DigitasLBi, Regina joined Elsevier in 2010. Currently the Strategic Communications Director for Elsevier R&D Solutions, she is focused on creating value for research-intensive markets and regularly engages first-hand with the scientists, engineers, information managers, and R&D and manufacturing business leaders that Elsevier serves.
Posts by Regina Javier
Posted on May 6th, 2016 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
A proactive EHS plan is not an option, an add-on, or a ‘nice-to have’ feature in the chemical manufacturing industry – it is the foundation on which your business stands.
From increased restrictions in the Toxic Substances and Control Act (TSCA) in the U.S. and the Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) in Europe, to growing penalties related to environmental protection in China, chemical companies are Continue reading “Creating Your EHS Road Map” »
Posted on May 5th, 2016 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
Chemicals can offer amazing benefits to society in areas as diverse as medicine and agriculture, but they can also at times have adverse effects on the health of people and on our environment. For that reason, regulations are increasing, putting added pressure on chemical companies to maintain compliance. Continue reading “Putting EHS Principles into Processes” »
Posted on May 2nd, 2016 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
There are many good reasons why chemical companies are looking at transitioning to green manufacturing. A recent global survey of industry executives found that the reason most often cited was that the pursuit of sustainability initiatives can improve manufacturing processes by reducing energy and waste, and also by reducing or eliminating toxic chemicals. Continue reading “Towards Greener Manufacturing: Assessing the Alternatives” »
Posted on April 29th, 2016 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence
“Greening” the manufacturing process is increasingly less of an option and more of an imperative for chemical companies that want to succeed in today’s market climate. Continue reading “Getting Proactive About Green Manufacturing” »