Learn the Status of State and Federal Enforcement Activity During This Coronavirus Crisis
The New CSB Accidental Release Reporting Rule. COVID-19 has disrupted a lot more than normal life and the way you shop – it’s also ushered in a load of complications and potential headaches when it comes to accidental release reporting as dictated by the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB). While society may have been flipped on its head, CSB standards are still in effect – you need a solid understanding of the current status and how you can stay in compliance with rules.
Join environmental health specialist Tamar Cerafici in this webinar as she equips you to be in compliance with new rules, shows you the details of accidental release reporting, and explains how CSB is handling reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cerafici will impart you with a clear understanding of essential compliance strategies and policies for managing environmental compliance obligations.
After attending this ‘The New CSB Accidental Release Reporting Rule’ event, you will know the status of state and federal enforcement activity during while social distancing guidelines are in place, how new CSB rules will affect your business, and how to develop a compliance plan to include CSB reporting. Rules and standards are changing constantly – make sure you and your facility are prepared!
- Regulatory compliance and enforcement during social distancing
- Lack of knowledge and planning for COVID-19 effects on compliance obligations
- Understanding the elements of accidental release reporting
- The status of state and federal enforcement activity during social distancing
- How new CSB rules will affect your business
- How to develop a compliance plan to include CSB reporting
Who Should Attend
- ESH managers and staff
- Environmental lawyers
About the Speaker
Since the early 1990s, Tamar Cerafici has been helping the regulated community understand how complex environmental laws affect their bottom line. She’s worked with government agencies, small businesses and utilities, bridging the often wide gap between the way regulation is enforced and how – with creative planning – compliance can enhance her clients’ bottom lines. She is one of the few attorneys in the United States to have run the gamut of new nuclear licensing. A popular teacher and speaker, Tamar is licensed to practice law in Utah and Idaho. Currently, she manages a national consulting practice.
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