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Chemical Facility Safety: RMP Updates and New Compliance Action Items - On-Demand

Chemical Facility Safety: RMP Updates and New Compliance Action Items - On-Demand

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Chemical Facility Safety: RMP Updates and New Compliance Action Items - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

In response to high profile industrial incidents like the 2013 explosion at the West Fertilizer Facility in Texas, the EPA is looking to impose significant new requirements on a wide range of facilities that use or maintain on-site certain chemicals. By December 2016, the EPA intends to release its final Risk Management Plan (RMP) Rule revisions. The new requirements are expected to reduce the likelihood of accidental releases at chemical facilities and improve emergency responses when releases do occur.

Use thus in-depth webinar on-demand when experienced environmental, health and safety lawyer Judah Prero will discuss the changes that lie ahead. He’ll provide you with the knowledge to help you and your organization plan for a significant new compliance requirement.

You’ll learn: 

  • What the EPA’s RMP program is intended to address 
  • What changes are being proposed by the EPA 
  • How those changes will affect industry as a whole 
  • What industry organizations should do before the rule is finalized 
  • How to best leverage existing compliance and safety initiatives for RMP purposes 

About Your Presenter:

Judah PreroJudah Prero
Counsel
Sidley Austin LLP

Judah Prero is Counsel in the Environmental Group at Sidley Austin LLP, where he focuses on chemical management laws and regulations, including the Toxic Substances Control Act, Chemical Facility Antiterrorism Standards, the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Clean Air Act’s Risk Management Plan program. Judah has 20 years of government and private sector experience in environmental, health, safety and security law related to chemicals manufacturing. Judah has experience providing analysis of legislative and regulatory proposals from all levels of government, and has advocated on behalf of clients with legislators, regulators, and State Attorneys General on environmental, health and safety issues. He has been admitted to the Bar in both New York and Maryland.

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