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MAY 2022


Global EHS Regulatory Compliance - Stay Ahead of the Curve

STP ComplianceEHS is thrilled to announce that the Canadian Federal, Provincial and Territorial Acts and Regulations will be added to our STP RegHub's extensive regulatory library in the coming weeks. 


Mexican content is planned for later this year to complete the North American delivery.

In addition, we are pleased to announce the release of new countries in international monitoring: the Czech Republic, Poland, Sweden and Vietnam.


STP RegHub's International Monitoring Countries


Please let us know if you have an interest in the newly released country or would like to explore the business value of integrating STP RegHub's content with your preferred EHS software provider.

Just drop us a line at or call us at +1 (604) 983-3434 or +1 800 251-0381.


Recent Blogs

Biden Administration reverses Trump Administration revisions to Federal Environmental Impact Assessment rules

The federal Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) has revised its regulations administering the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969. NEPA requires federal agencies to assess the environmental effects of their proposed actions, and incorporate this information into their decisions...

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EPA proposes new bans on asbestos-containing products

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed to ban a number of longstanding uses of chrysotile asbestos, using expanded authority provided as part of amendments adopted to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) in 2016. This proposal is EPA’s latest step to apply its expanded authority to review and restrict uses of asbestos, renewing agency efforts from the 1980s that were blocked by litigation......

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Health & Safety
OSHA launches National Emphasis Program to address workplace heat hazards

On April 8, 2022, the US federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) established a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to focus enforcement resources on “Outdoor and Indoor Heat-Related Hazards.” The NEP is OSHA’s latest step to manage and reduce heat illness in workplaces. Earlier actions include “Inspection Guidance for Heat-Related Hazards” on September 1, 2021 (I wrote about it HERE), and an October 27, 2021 published an “advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM)” on these topics issued on October 27, 2021 (which I wrote about HERE)....

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Business & Labour
New legislation imposes additional legal obligations for Ontario workplaces

Employers in Ontario need to be aware of several new obligations as a result of Bill 88, the Working for Workers Act, 2022. They include a written policy on electronic monitoring for certain employers, new measures regarding “information technology consultants” and “business consultants,” a new legislative framework for digital platform workers and additional occupational health and safety legislation obligations. Steps can be taken now to proactively plan for the changes that are in force and that will come in force in the near future. ...

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Recent updates


EHS Audit Protocol for Vietnam


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Employment Law: Solutions for the Canadian Workplace

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EHS Audit Protocol for Saskatchewan, Canada 

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EHS Audit Protocol for Saskatchewan Mining, Canada

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EHS Audit Protocol for Hong Kong 

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OSHA Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide: Facilities 

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Pipeline Safety Auditing

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DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation & Motor Carrier
Safety: Federal Regulatory Guide (MCA)

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Upcoming events

June 06-09, 2022

Cority Connect 2022, San Diego, California


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