Environmental Health and Safety Audits

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Lawrence B. Cahill
Government Institutes, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 713 pages
This expanded edition of Environmental Health and Safety Audits brings you up-to-date on changes in EPA and OSHA auditing policies, issues currently confronting auditing programs, and state-of-the-art strategies for managing and conducting audits. The author discusses new developments in information generation and availability, including new chapters on meeting ISO 14000 auditing guidelines, auditing dilemmas, and auditing tips. He also includes new tools for building a successful audit program. Those tools include seven model program stages: EH&S audit program manual, pre-audit questionnaire, pre-audit checklist, EH&S audit opening conference presentation, environmental audit report, EH&S audit appraisal questionnaire, and management report.

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Contents

Perspectives in EHS Auditing
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1 Growth of Environmental Regulations
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Impact on the Regulated Community
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