Practice Specialties - Environmental
The Environmental Practice Specialty (EnvPS) focuses on issues such as environmental management, water and air quality, solid and hazardous waste, emergency planning and response practices, chemicals and toxicology, legislative and regulatory monitoring, and expert testimony and resources. EnvPS routinely surveys its members for their input on OSHA and EPA legislation and on hot topics, such as hydrogen as an alternative fuel source and green practices in the workplace.
The Environmental Practice Specialty is sponsoring several sessions at Safety 2017. Click here to see the complete list. Be sure to put them on your calendar.
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Environmental Assessments & Trends - What You Should Know & How They Affect You
We can better meet the goals of both preserving and protecting the environment and promoting economic growth and prosperity across the U.S. by having an efficient, accountable and fair regulatory system.
Volunteer Advisory Committee
Administrator: Jay Brakensiek
Assistant Administrator: Herbert Bell
Content Coordinator: OPEN
Secretary: Ramakrishna Chary
Membership Chair: Jessica Jannaman
Awards & Honors Chair: OPEN
Professional Development Chair: Heather Ingraham
Body of Knowledge Chair: Mary Prisby
Website/Social Media Chair: Tina Stanczewski
Nominations Chair: Tom S. Butler
Technical Question Coordinator: Ramakrishna Chary
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