Environmental and Safety Auditing: Program Strategies for Legal, International, and Financial Issues

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CRC Press, 1996 M11 22 - 240 pages
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This is a complete and concise guide to creating and managing a successful environmental audit program. It provides step-by-step guidance on setting up an audit program for nearly every major component of environmental concern, from air standards to workplace safety, and from effluent discharge to waste handling and disposal.

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter
9
Chapter
15
Appendix C
18
Pilot Projects
24
Auditing and Enforcement at Federal Facilities
32
PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATIVES AND POSITION
45
Chemical Manufacturers Association
49
Criteria Factors for Audit Frequency
91
Summary of Analysis for Root Causes at
97
Chapter 8
103
National Environmental Policy Act and Environmental
108
Comparison of Environmental Management Systems
114
Requirements of an Audit Program
117
Securities and Exchange Commission
121
Securities and Exchange Commission Guidance
125

Environmental Auditing Roundtable
56
Sample Scoring Sheet for Principle
57
Other Organizations
63
Federal Government Response
69
Chapter 7
83
Chapter 11
131
REFERENCES
137
DISCOVERY DISCLOSURE
170
Appendix
189
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