November 1997

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HP Insight: Who's responsible for environmental compliance?

Environmental managers have the tremendous task of ensuring that their operating facility as a whole is in compliance. This is an awesome task for a lone manager with a reduced support staff. After te..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Environmental managers have the tremendous task of ensuring that their operating facility as a whole is in compliance. This is an awesome task for a lone manager with a reduced support staff. After tearing through the legislative rules and permit requirements, the environmental group usually has the arduous responsibility of devising and carrying out methodologies that: Educate all organization members – top management, engineers, process operators, maintenance technicians, contractors and vendors – what their role is when meeting environmental compliance Manage programs and audit systems to gather and record process performance data, which are used to gen

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