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Member Benefits

OCTC members get a variety of benefits with their membership to the organization. The benefits are categorized into four main focus areas below to align with our strategic mission.


OCTC maintains strong relationships with state and federal policymakers in Ohio. Our team of industry advocates have over 50 years of combined experience in various state government and government relations roles.

OCTC members get:

  • Vote on the direction of our public policy agenda.
  • Access to boots on the ground lobbyists in Columbus.
  • Updates on state politics and impacts to the chemical industry.
  • Opportunites to meet and network with key policymakers in Ohio General Assembly and the Administration.


OCTC is a leading voice on regulatory issues impacting Ohio's chemical industry. Our team of legal and government relations professionals constantly monitor, issue public comments, and work with our regulators to ensure regulations accomplish their intended goals without hampering industry's ability to operate productively.

OCTC members get:

  • Shape comments on pending rulemaking.
  • Access to legal and regulatory experts to help you maintain compliance.


OCTC provides numerous communications to educate industry professionals on important regulatory and legislative proposals, advocate for our policy agenda, and create awareness about the importance of our critical industry.

OCTC members get:

  • Frequent newsletters, webinars, blog posts, and other educational materials to keep you up-to-date on important industry news and regulatory changes.
  • Opportunity to be featured in newsletters, on social media, or through other public channels.


OCTC is a member-driven organization that thrives on participation and collaboration. Our team offers many ways to get involved provide opportunities to work and network with your chemical industry peers.

OCTC members get:

  • Discounted registration rates to all OCTC events.
  • Join committees including the Government Affairs Committee (GAC) and the Safety and Sustainability Committee.
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