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We are ramping up our global EHS Audit Protocols

STP ComplianceEHS is pleased to announce a significant expansion of the international coverage, including more local language options and more regional jurisdictions within countries. Companies and organizations use STP’s updated International Audit Protocol Consortium (IAPC) EHS audit protocols to understand the scope of EHS regulatory obligations and to rapidly collect, share, archive, and export audit findings in a cost-effective way.


Signature products:

  • United States: Federal + 50 States + Puerto Rico
  • Canada: Federal + 7 provinces

Local languages:new-4

  • Brazil
  • Canada, Quebec
  • China
  • Czech Republic
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • South Korea

Countries and Jurisdictions: new-4

  • New Caledonia
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Fiji
  • China (7 provinces)

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Recent Blogs

EPA publishes National Recycling Strategy

On November 15, 2021, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its “2021 National Recycling Strategy,” which summarizes recent efforts to organize support for recycling of solid wastes – typically referred to in regulatory parlance as “municipal solid waste (MSW)” – and sets out near-term priorities for further progress to reach a national recycling rate of 50% by 2030. The Strategy notes that “The U.S. MSW recycling system currently faces a number of challenges, including confusion about what materials can be recycled, recycling infrastructure that has not kept pace with today’s diverse and changing waste stream, reduced markets for recycled materials, and varying methodologies to measure recycling system performance.” EPA characterizes this Strategy as “part one in a series of strategies to help us re-envision how we use materials more broadly.” ...

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Environment, Health and Safety
EPA marks the 35th anniversary of Toxics Release Inventory and proposes to list additional chemicals

October 17 was the 35th anniversary of the enactment of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA, also referred to as SARA Title III). EPCRA presents several separate programs, including release prevention and reporting for a fairly short list of extremely hazardous substances (which I discussed HERE), inventory reporting for most hazardous materials (which I discussed HERE)...

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Environment, Health and Safety
OSHA emergency temporary standard for COVID vaccination and testing – issued but stayed by litigation

On November 5, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published an “emergency temporary standard (ETS)” specifying steps that employers with 100 or more employees must take “to protect unvaccinated employees” from COVID-19 infections in their workplaces. The ETS requires targeted employers to comply with most provisions by December 6, and with requirements for testing of unvaccinated employees by January 4, 2022; it remains in place for 6 months...

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Environment, Health and Safety
OSHA begins work-related heat illness rulemaking

On October 27, the US federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has published an “advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM)”, as the first step toward national heat illness prevention rules. This action is the agency’s second recent step to define and combat these hazards – several states already administer such rules. OSHA’s first step was to release new “Inspection Guidance for Heat-Related Hazards” on September 1 (I wrote about it HERE). The remainder of this note summarizes issues raised and questions asked in the ANPRM...

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Environment, Health and Safety
US Government rolls out comprehensive approach to PFAS “forever chemicals”

On October 18, the federal government announced comprehensive plans to design and implement protections against perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) – often referred to as “forever chemicals.” PFAS have been manufactured and used since the 1940s and are now found in many environmental settings and most Americans’ blood. These plans were rolled out through statements by President Biden and longer pronouncements by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Defense, Food and Drug Administration, Department of Agriculture, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Health and Human Services...

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Recent updates


EHS Audit Protocol for France

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OSHA Auditing: Federal Compliance Guide: 

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Environmental Auditing: 
Federal Compliance Guide 

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Employment Law: Solutions for the Canadian Workplace

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Directors’ Liability in Canada

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Oil and Petroleum Refining protocols: Canada (Federal), 
Alberta and Ontario

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Federal Regulatory Training Requirements 
Compliance Guide 

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