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Avoiding Liability from Security Mandates and Regulators
with Integrated Management Systems

Michael Penders

International security mandates, guidelines, and regulatory requirements over the last three years have added complexity to the job of maintaining compliance at significant manufacturing facilities and those considered a part of critical infrastructure. This is particularly the case for corporations and facilities involved in international trade of goods that may pose harm to human health or the environment if not managed in a safe and secure manner from the full range of generation, transport, use at a facility, and environmentally sound recycling or disposal of hazardous wastes. Click here for the publication.




Report on Environmental Excellence for Arlington-Fairfax
Chapterís Shooting Ranges in Virginia



Natural Resource Management, Human Rights and Environmental Security
in Central Asia Gilgit-Baltistan: A Case Study

Keynote Address of Chairman Abdul Hamid Khan
Environmental and Political Disaster in Gilgit Baltistan



Senate Judiciary Testimony



Stock Watch Interview With Michael Penders



EP Feature: The elements of a compliance-focused environmental management system





 
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