Compliance managers can use this explanatory material to deal with regulatory issues affecting air pollution — including ambient air quality standards, state policies, new source performance standards, hazardous emission standards, permitting, monitoring and reporting requirements, enforcement, and control technologies.
Get easy access to more than 3,000 federal, state, and international lists to determine how a chemical is regulated across a variety of jurisdictions. Chemicals are searchable by chemical name, synonym, or CAS number with just one click. Related links provide quick access to toxicological and other health and safety information from federal and state agencies.
Gain insights with business English explanations of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) and other frameworks pertaining to toxic chemicals management. The guide provides analysis of both federal and state requirements in the U.S. for: testing methods and requirements for chemical substances and mixtures, reporting and retention of information, manufacturing and processing notices, regulation of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures, and enforcement.
The Calendar lists upcoming compliance dates for EPA and OSHA requirements. A summary of each requirement (accessible by date, subject, or regulatory or statutory citation) briefly describes the requirement, provides an exact citation to the location of the text of the requirement in the CFR or applicable statutory code, and lists the statutory authority. The Calendar covers the upcoming five years and provides a list of historical requirements back to 1991.
Minimize risks and protect yourself from environmental liability in real estate and other business transactions. Manage contaminated property transactions including brownfields redevelopment projects. Successfully negotiate the scopes of work for and complete Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments. The Guide covers environmental disclosure, institutional controls, financial and other cleanup incentives, sustainability, vapor intrusion, and more.
Managers responsible for handling community right-to-know issues for their facilities will find no better source for concise, results-oriented information on federal and state compliance. Comply with federal and state right-to-know laws and regulations more efficiently and cost-effectively. Focus on issues that have a direct impact on your company and industry. Take an in-depth look at how agency rules and actions affect stakeholders. Learn how other companies handle the kinds of problems you face.
Understand policies and procedures for implementing workplace safety programs, complying with safety requirements, training employees, meeting filing and recordkeeping requirements, and avoiding penalties. Includes sample workplace safety policies.
Sample Safety Policies provides access to more than 100 policy guidelines developed by corporations, government agencies, colleges, universities, and other sources on a wide range of workplace safety and health issues. Each can serve as a model when designing a corporate safety or health policy. Each policy includes a brief summary of the contents written by Bloomberg Environment editors and a link either to the Web site where it is found or to the appropriate document in Bloomberg Environment's Sample Safety Policies collection.
Properly report a spill at a moment's notice with coverage of state and federal requirements including citations to key federal and state laws and regulations. Recognize how, when, and where to report excess discharges of oil, hazardous wastes, gases, and other pollutants. Know when to file a written report and when and how to make verbal reports.
Get analysis of regulatory requirements under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act; the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act; the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (Superfund); and the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act. Also reference summaries of state waste management requirements and descriptions of state agencies responsible for implementing these regulations.
Comply with requirements of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act and Safe Drinking Water Act. The Guide covers issues affecting drinking water and water quality, including permitting, sludge disposal, stormwater controls, effluent guidelines, monitoring and recordkeeping, and wetlands. It also includes descriptions of state laws and regulations. Research aids give you glossaries and technical lists, as well as lists of agencies and organizations with official contact information.
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