In This Issue:
- Upgrade recommended for ISO 45001
- Free U.S. EPA Webinar: Lithium Batteries
- EPA Guidance for Hazardous Waste
ISO 45001 - Upgrade Now!
We were hoping to upgrade your management systems with R2 v3 and ISO 45001 at the same time, however due to delays with R2 v3, we are recommending you upgrade your management system with ISO 45001 now and here’s why –
All OHSAS 18001 certificates will expire on 3-12-21. Therefore any CB transition audit to 45001 will most likely need to be completed by December 2020 in order to have time for review and processing. If your CB audit is in Jan – March of 2020, you could still have your audit to 18001, but would need another audit by December 2020.
To prevent a second audit in less than a year, we recommend any CB audit January 2020 or later be to ISO 45001.
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Safe Packaging and Transportation of Lithium Batteries for Recycling: What You Need to Know
Lithium batteries are key to our modern connected world, from our cellphones and computers to our cars (and not just electric cars) and have an increasing role in storing electricity for the electric grid. But used lithium batteries aren’t exactly like the used alkaline or lead acid batteries that many are used to working with.
During this webinar participants will learn how to prevent, reduce or eliminate risks of fire or explosions from the improper packaging, marking, labeling, or recycling of lithium batteries.
Managing your Hazardous Waste: A Guide for Small Businesses
New guidance from EPA, which incorporates the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement Rule. Remember this is federal regulations, not state-specific.
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