NJDEP 2015 cRTK Webinar

Baron personnel recently attended a two-hour New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) webinar on the 2015 Community Right to Know (cRTK). This webinar provided an overview of the reporting requirements, examples of hazardous substance inventory threshold determinations, as well as a demonstration of the electronic report system. Included in the webinar were the changes that have been made to the Environmental Hazardous Substance List for reporting year 2015. Changes are listed below: A separate listing has been added for ammonia (aqueous concentrations of 20% or greater.) Only the quantities for concentrations of 20% or greater will be reportable. The CAS # will be the sam

2016 and 2017 Regulatory Reporting & Posting Deadlines

The new year has arrived and with it comes this year's round of regulatory and compliance reporting. We at Baron want to make sure you won't fall behind on any of this years reporting requirements. To that end, we have created an outline of the various reports and their deadlines and made it available for free download (see below). This outline is New Jersey-centric, however if you have any questions about deadlines in your state that may not be on this list you may contact anyone in our office for free consultation. Additionally, to keep you fully abreast of the upcoming regulatory requirements, we have included 2017 deadlines in our outline. Please click below to download this valuable

Cold Weather Emergencies

Hypothermia is a serious condition when a person’s body temperature drops too low. While the frosty air of winter is invigorating, it can also post a serious threat to your employees’ whether they are indoors or outside. Lower body temperatures can impair vital organs. When cold affects the body, people have trouble thinking clearly, talking properly, or moving well. They may not realize what is happening and thus may not be able to take steps to warm up or ask for help. Although OSHA does not have a specific standard that covers working in cold environments, under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) of 1970, employers have a duty to protect workers from recognized hazards, inc

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