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Use this presentation and associated materials to train Spanish speaking employees on emergency action plans and fire prevention essentials.
Hazardous chemicals are found in many workplaces, and every day millions of workers face potential exposure. Therefore, it is important to know what chemicals are in your workplace, what hazards they present, and how to limit exposure to those chemicals. OSHA's Hazard Communication (HazCom) Standard requires that employees be informed of the hazards associated with the chemicals in their workplace and how to protect themselves from those hazards. This course describes how that information is conveyed to employees.
More than 30 advocacy groups have filed suit against the EPA in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to force the Agency to issue a response to a legal petition urging the strengthening of Clean Water Act (CWA) regulations governing waste from factory farms.
The EPA recently unveiled its "Strategy to Reduce Lead Exposures and Disparities in U.S. Communities" to advance its objectives to protect the public from lead, with a renewed focus upon high-risk communities.
On November 16, 2022, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court heard arguments in two separate but related cases regarding Pennsylvania joining the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) program, an interstate carbon cap-and-trade program.
In October, a letter signed by 160 organizations was sent to President Joseph Biden Jr. requesting that he take action to direct the EPA to implement discharge standards for ships' ballast water that comply with the Clean Water Act (CWA).
Q. What are the potential regulatory compliance issues and EHS risks to consider if planning to use Conex boxes to store waste and hazardous materials?
Poorly executed hazardous material (hazmat) spill response procedures can expose coworkers and responders to hazardous substances, risking their lives and health, as well as potentially risking the health of the surrounding community and causing irreparable harm to the environment.
For the last few years, many “big box” retailers have found themselves the subject of hazardous waste enforcement suits after California enforcement agencies conducted “dumpster dive” inspections to determine exactly what kind of waste is being disposed of by these companies.
The trend to invest in companies dedicated to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues continues to explode.
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