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Environmental Compliance Safety Programs


Environmental safety and health compliance programs are hot topics today and the emphasis is increasing each year as more and more companies work towards being GREEN. Companies and government organizations are inundated with  OSHA, EPA, and other state and federal regulatory requirements that must be complied with to ensure worker’s safety and prevent polluting the environment. This site is intended to assist all concerned by providing EH&S general compliance program resources with links to governing regulations. This site is a work in progress. Each month additional programs will be added as we expand to new areas. This site is not to be used for regulatory determinations. ALWAYS review the regulations for final determinations.

Going Green

The initial contents of the NIOSH “Going Green” site include links to resources on the following industry sectors: agriculture; construction; manufacturing; services; and transportation, warehousing and utilities. Links also are included to GREEN Jobs, resources on relevant topics, such as chemicals, falls from elevations, outdoor work, highway work zone safety, machine safety, nanotechnology, hearing loss prevention, protective clothing and respirators. New information will be added on an ongoing basis. Visit our Green Jobs Page.


The site is designed to provide general Safety and Environmental compliance program information and assists EH&S specialists, safety program managers, field managers, and specialists with needed resources, general information and links to federal regulations. This site is published with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, regulatory, counseling, or other professional Environmental Health and Safety services. If legal or regulatory expert assistance is required, the services of a competent EH&S professional or the governing agency should be sought. The publisher makes no warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to the information contained herein.