These wall charts offer a simple but effective way to see which toxics legislation applies. They also help companies comply with regulations for posting toxics handling information in the workplace.
North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Specialty Technical Publishers, premier North American publisher of audit, compliance and risk solutions, today announced the release of newly-updated wall charts which save managers and staff hours of time researching the applicable toxics legislation.
Written and developed by experts in the toxics field, these 22” x 35” wall charts clearly show the specific federal legislation that applies to any business involved in the handling of toxic materials. A separate chart for California is also available which outlines the overlapping scope of federal and California toxic materials compliance issues.
Issued annually, these charts are a valuable reference key, and an indispensable aid for ensuring due diligence. The charts assist in:
- Managing compliance obligations
- Meeting reporting deadlines
- Handling toxics correctly
- Managing cleanup.
The charts summarize legislation in the following areas:
- Purpose of legislation
- Approaches required
- Implementing agencies
- Scope and coverage
- Funding responsibility
- Key deadlines and periods
- Permits and inspection processes
- Data management requirements
- Related legislation and agencies
- Additional comments
“These wall charts offer a simple but effective way to see which toxics legislation applies. They also help companies comply with regulations for posting toxics information in the workplace.” Deon Kopke, CEO and President of Specialty Technical Publishers (STP)
The wall charts cost $95 and are available online from the STP website.
To download a sample click here (this sample is for the California matrix but federal is also available).
Contact: Rondi Shouse, Director of Marketing rondis(at)stpub(dot)com.
Specialty Technical Publishers is one of North America’s premier publishers of technical resource guides in the areas of environmental, health and safety, transportation, accounting, business practices, standards and law.