CAIA hosted a Climate Change Seminar to give members an overview of developments in the…
Historically, South Africa did not have a culture of tree planting and it was in…
From 23-25 July 2019, the World Chlorine Council (WCC) held a successful Safety and Water…
What is Responsible Care®
Responsible Care® is the chemical industry's own, unique, global initiative - a voluntary programme that helps it to raise its standards and win greater trust from the public.
Responsible Care® envisages a profitable, sustainable chemical sector in South Africa that contributes to the quality of human life and the economy through innovation and production, without harm to people, property or the environment. Responsible Care® aims to ensure that South Africa’s chemical sector is recognised by all stakeholders as a responsible industry playing an important role in bringing a wide range of benefits to society, while remaining open, honest and credible in all its dealings.
Origins of CAIA
The Chemical and Allied Industries' Association (CAIA) was established in 1993, though its origins can be traced back to the Transvaal Chemical Manufacturers' Association (TCMA), which was formed over 50 years ago.