On this week’s episode of the Safety Meeting, EHS Regulatory Compliance Manager Zach Pucillo is back with a two-part, midyear update on changes from OSHA and the EPA. In this second installment, Zach covers the latest from the EPA.
As they now do every year, the fine folks at OSHA and the EPA have raised their fines for 2023. See the new $$$$ and learn how to stay out of their crosshairs.
Not sure what to expect during a regulatory audit? Here are a few concerns and questions an auditor will focus on when visiting your facility.
On today's episode, Zach Pucillo joins us for a conversation on what OSHA and other regulatory agencies are focusing on for 2022.
The Tier II reporting deadline is coming up on March 1st - are you ready? If you store hazardous chemicals on-site, you'll need to comply.
As they now do every year, the fine folks at OSHA and the EPA have raised their fines for 2022. See the new $$$$ and learn how to stay out of their crosshairs.
I often walk into a dealership for the first time and ask if they think they are in compliance with OSHA and EPA regulations. Their answer's surprising.
Organizations that work with large amounts of oil need an SPCC plan (Spill Prevention, Control, & Countermeasure). Having written over 3,000 SPCC programs, we’re here to give you the low down.
The EPA is one of many agencies that has seen changes under the Biden administration. Read up on new enforcement which may affect auto dealers and body shops.