PFAS: Health Risks and Adapting to Regulatory Changes

Presenters: Julie Sealey, CSP, CPCU, ARM and Emily Goswami, MS, CIH

Jul. 20, at 2 p.m. ET

Delve into the world of Per- and Polyfluorinated Substances (PFAS), its health risks, and recent regulatory changes in the United States. Gain valuable insights into how these changes impact essential insurance coverages such as General Liability, Products Liability, Pollution Liability, Workers Compensation, and Property. Don't miss this opportunity to equip yourself with the knowledge and strategies necessary to navigate the complex landscape of PFAS, ensuring the protection of your organization's assets and liabilities.

By attending this webinar, you will: 

Deepen your understanding of PFAS and its definition
Explore the intricacies of PFAS-related health risks
Learn about the latest regulatory developments in the US and their implications
Discover how commercial insurance coverages are affected and what steps can be taken to mitigate risks


Julie Sealey, CSP, CPCU, ARM

AVP, Risk Consulting 

Everest Insurance®  

Julie Sealey, CPCU, CSP, ARM, ALCM, CHSP is an AVP of risk consulting at Everest Insurance. She has been in the commercial insurance industry for over 30 years and, prior to her career in insurance, worked as an industrial organic research chemist. Her CSP, CPCU, BS in chemistry and her science background enable her to review, analyze, evaluate and explain risk for commercial insurance needs. Sealey is a volunteer member of the CPCU Risk Management Loss Control Interest Group and the CPCU Publications Committee.

Emily Goswami, MS, CIH 

Technical Director 

Roux Associates

Emily Goswami is a technical director for Roux Associates in their Oakland, California office.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from the University of California at Berkeley and a master’s in environmental health from the University of Washington. She is a certified industrial hygienist (CIH) with over 20 years of experience. Her career has focused on evaluating exposures and associated health risks of chemicals in the environment, workplace, and consumer products. Specific to PFAS, she has been helping manufacturers keep ahead of new product regulations as well as providing litigation support.