New Calendar Ends Hunt for Environmental Deadlines

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Environmental Resource Center has just released its 2008 Compliance Calendar. The free calendar solves one of the biggest problems facing companies that are subject to environmental regulations: How to identify all the EPA, DOT, and OSHA regulatory deadlines that apply to their facilities. The calendar identifies many of the recordkeeping, reporting, and notification requirements that are hard to find because they are scattered throughout more than 10,000 pages of government regulations.

Environmental Resource Center has just released its 2008 Compliance Calendar. The free calendar solves one of the biggest problems facing companies that are subject to environmental regulations: How to identify all the EPA, DOT, and OSHA regulatory deadlines that apply to their facilities. The calendar identifies many of the recordkeeping, reporting, and notification requirements that are hard to find because they are scattered throughout more than 10,000 pages of government regulations. Meeting government deadlines is crucial to maintaining facility compliance and avoiding penalties.

This calendar also includes a schedule of top-rated training programs designed to help the regulated community comply with regulations related to DOT Hazardous Materials Management, Hazardous Waste Management, Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, SARA Title III, and Transportation of Dangerous Goods.

The calendar can be downloaded at http://www.ercweb.com/docs/compliance_calendar.pdf. A free print version can be ordered by sending an e-mail to service @ ercweb.com or by calling 919-469-1585.

Established in 1981, Environmental Resource Center is a full-service environmental, health, safety, and transportation consulting firm. In addition to training thousands of students each year, the company provides a full range of expert consulting services. This includes audits, EHS outsourcing, development of plans and procedures, permit applications, SARA Title III compliance and reporting, hazardous materials classification, MSDS development, and hazmat security plan development.

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