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Staying Current and Preparing for EHS' Future

This one-hour, On Demand addresses rapidly changing environmental, health and safety regulations in the United States. The session is presented by Gary Lucks, JD, CPEA, a senior environmental attorney with deep expertise in environmental, health, and safety (EHS) law, legislative affairs, and sustainability strategy and implementation. Gary’s timely update provides information on what’s new and changing in regulation and also highlights the innovations on the horizon to bring alternative “green” products and services to the public.

Learning Objective(s):

  • Keep your EHS Audit Tools Up-to-date
  • Learn about the latest regulatory and legislative changes to federal EPA and OSHA regulations
  • Find out what states are doing in response to the new Administration
  • Learn about the fate of EPA enforcement and program implementation
  • Find out how to advocate for regulations that serve the EHS auditing profession

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Who Will Benefit:

All internal auditors

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Environmental, Health and Safety





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 Course Expiration:

 This course expires 30 days after purchase.

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Training Material

  • EHS Mandatory Instructions and Supporting Documentation
  • Survey: Environmental Health and Safety
  • Staying Current and Preparing for EHS’ Future - Part I
  • Staying Current and Preparing for EHS’ Future - Comprehension Check
  • Staying Current and Preparing for EHS’ Future - Part 2
  • Staying Current and Preparing for EHS’ Future - Final Assessment