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NEWSLETTER JULY 2020

 

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"Remote Auditing. Return to Work Solutions" 

Do you have the right resources available to support compliance within a remote environment for the safety of your employees and to comply with your EHS legal and regulatory requirements?

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In this session you will learn about:

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  • Return to Work – Safely Planning and Ongoing Assessments
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Recent blogs

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Health & Safety
Virginia adopts first standard specifically requiring workplace protections against COVID
In recent months, worker protection and public health agencies have issued increasingly stringent and detailed guidelines for employers to follow to reduce worker exposures to COVID-19. Over the same months, many workplaces have also been affected by state and local government mandates designed to protect public health in places the public (at least previously) frequent – these include temporary closures of many types of organizations, and restrictions such as masks at others.
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Agriculture
California’s new ag worker standard is useful for anyone working outside at night
Beginning July 1, 2020, California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (usually called “Cal/OSHA”) oversees requirements for workplace lighting to assist and protect employees who perform agricultural work outside at night.
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Business & Legal
Alberta Reaffirms Non-Discharge of Director’s Penalty Liability in Bankruptcy
If you’re a corporate director or officer, you might find your company and/or yourself in need of relief from unmanageable debts. The federal Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA) governs bankruptcy in Canada for individuals and business entities.
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Environment
Supreme Court decision provides Superfund Responsible Parties with some relief
Forty years ago, the federal “Superfund” law -- Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA) – was enacted to provide legal requirements and procedural methodologies to speed identification and cleanup of contamination.
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Business & Legal
Supreme Court of Canada Reaffirms Insolvency Court Judge Discretion
If you’re a corporate director or officer, you might find your company and/or yourself in need of relief from unmanageable debts. One way to seek relief is through the Companies’ Creditors Insolvency Act (CCAA). CCAA permits a corporation to propose a formal compromise to its creditors, including the compromise of certain claims against the company’s directors.
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Recent updates

 

EHS Audit Protocol: Mexico 2020

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EHS Audit Protocol: Germany 2020

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EHS audit protocol for Canada, Federal

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