Brian Johnson Sr.

Brian D. Johnson is a senior EHS&R stewardship specialist in the REACH Program Office, 3M Corporate R&D. The REACH Program Office is a project team within 3M specifically focused on preparing 3M for REACH and similar regulations. Johnson has worked at 3M for 30 years, 14 of which were spent in industrial tapes and adhesives. Johnson has an M.P.H. and a B.S.Ch.E. from the University of Minnesota. His current responsibilities include understanding, assessing and managing the impacts of REACH on 3M products worldwide.



July 31, 2008
How the REACH chemical regulation, enacted in December 2006, affects PSA tapes.
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