There are two principle truths of environmental compliance.
First, non-compliance is not an option. The risks of inaccurate filings, late submissions and not fully understanding confusing regulations are never-ending. And potential consequences like Notices of Violation and six-figure fines are real.
Second, for businesses and their EHS teams, Tier II preparations for regulatory requirements like EPCRA should be a year-round activity. Because, realistically, waiting until January or February for reporting on March 1 doesn’t always work out well.
At an organizational level, the causes of non-compliance can be deep-rooted, and many; breakdowns in processes, manual tasks that take forever, human error, homegrown spreadsheets to manage information. The list goes on …
Your Guide to Proactive Environmental Compliance offers best practices to help you and your team get aligned and out ahead of regulatory reporting. When you do, you make sure non-compliance and its repercussions never set foot in your business.
Download the guide to learn how you can proactively:
- Minimize non-compliance risks proactively through digital transformation
- Increase data transparency across teams and facilities to streamline and standardize compliance management, year-round
- Collaborate more efficiently with key internal stakeholders for increased compliance confidence, company-wide
- Improve EHS workforce productivity, institutional knowledge sharing, and employee empowerment
- Contribute to sustainability efforts with improved visibility into processes and data
The goal of proactive environmental compliance is to avoid, minimize, and mitigate the many risks of non-compliance from the beginning.
And this guide from Encamp is the perfect place to start.