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Environmental and Safety Auditing

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ISBN13: 9781566702461
ISBN: 1566702461
Published: October 1997
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Format: Hardback
Price: £102.00



A concise guide to creating and managing an environmental audit programme. Systematic guidance is given on setting up an audit programme for nearly every major component of environmental concern, including air standards, workplace safety, effluent discharge and waste handling and disposal.

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Contents:
AuditingControversies of AuditingRisk and BenefitVoluntary Versus Mandatory ProgramSelf-Evaluation PrivilegeThe Auditing ClimateThe Benefits and Risks of AuditingBenefits of AuditingRisks of AuditingFederal Agency Positions and PerspectivesDepartment of JusticeEnvironmental Protection AgencyAuditing and Enforcement at Federal FacilitiesPrivate Sector Initiatives and PositionIndustry SurveyInternational Standards OrganizationBritish Standards Institute and the Environmental Auditors Registration AssociationChemical Manufacturers AssociationInternational Chamber of Commerce and Global Environmental Management InitiativeEnvironmental Auditing RoundtableCoalition of Environmentally Responsible EconomiesCorporate Environmental Enforcement CouncilAmerican Petroleum InstituteOther OrganizationsConclusionLegal Perspectives on Environmental, Health, and Safety AuditingConcerns About Disclosure and PrivilegeTraditional Common-Law PrivilegesFederal Government ResponseThe State Legislators RespondMajor Case HistoriesEnforcement StatisticsOccupational Safety and Health AdministrationAudit Program IssuesCommentary on Getting a Program StartedAudit Program IssuesAudit Relevant RegulationsOccupational Safety and Health ActClean Air ActClean Water ActOil Pollution Control ActComprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability ActEmergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know ActPollution Prevention ActResource Conservation and Recovery ActToxic Substances Control ActEndangered Species ActOther ActsNational Environmental Policy Act and Environmental Quality Improvement ActExecutive OrdersInternational Standards Organization 14000 Requirements for AuditingRequirements of an Audit ProgramAuditor QualificationTrainingSecurity Exchange CommissionEnvironmental AdvantagesIndustry Practice and Required DisclosuresSecurity Exchange Commission GuidanceConclusionInternational AuditsInternational Regulations and ResourcesComments on International AuditingAppendicesAppendix A: Environmental Protection Agency PolicyEnvironmental Auditing Policy StatementClarification on Policies Related to Environmental AuditingIncentives for Self-Policing: Discovery, Disclosure, Correction, and Prevention of ViolationsAppendix B: International Standards Organization Draft StandardsISO/CD 14010.2 ""Guidelines for Environmental Auditing - General Principles of Environmental Auditing""ISO/CD 14011/1.2 ""Guidelines for Environmental Auditing - Audit Procedures - Part 1: Auditing of Environmental Management Systems""ISO/CD 14012.2 ""Guidelines for Environmental Auditing - Qualification Criteria for Environmental Auditors""Appendix C: Organizational Structure of ISO 14000/TC 207: Environmental Management and United States Participation ChartAppendix D: GlossaryDefinitionsAcronymsIndex