One of the biggest issues in labor law over the past few years has involved a deceptively simple and fundamental concept: the definition of an employer. More precisely, the issue is when two or more employers can be considered joint employers, which means both are subject to legal requirements surrounding the status of an employer.
On March 27, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) posted a signed final rule that will establish final significant new use rules (SNUR) under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) for 13 chemical substances that are the subject of premanufacture notices (PMN).
A federal judge has ruled that a pipeline-safety agency did not adequately explain its reasoning or give sufficient consideration to environmental regulations when it approved a company’s spill-response plans for its pipes beneath the Straits of Mackinac. See: https://www.toledoblade.com/local/environment/2019/04/01/federal-judge-rules-against-spill-response-plan-for-straits-pipeline/stories/20190401151
Biohazard waste, also called biomedical waste or infectious waste, is any waste having contagious materials or possibly contagious substances like microbiological, pathological, human bodily fluids and animal waste. Highly contagious sharp waste such as needles, glass pipettes, blades and others waste should be disposed. Biohazard bags are specially designed to accumulate or dispose of such substance from a crime or accident and take to a lab for analysis.
Global Nuclear Waste Management System Market Report expounds an in-depth analysis based on the historical, current, and future pace of the global Nuclear Waste Management System industry. The report delivers crucial assessments for numerous significant facets including Nuclear Waste Management System market share, size, consumption, sales volume, and growth rate, and also offers outlook up to 2024. Salient market potential, dynamics, and driving factors have been covered in the report to provide all-embracing comprehension of the market.
Time and time again, Nevadans have made it clear that we will not allow our state to become the dumping ground for the country’s nuclear waste. We will not stand idly by while Washington bureaucrats ship radioactive materials straight through our neighborhoods. And we will fight any plan to store dangerous nuclear waste in a facility that sits on a seismically unsafe site and potentially threatens our water supply.
EPA has taken another step in implementing the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). It has announced the first set of 20 candidate chemicals for possible designation as high-priority substances and the first (possibly only) set of 20 candidate chemicals for possible designation as low-priority substances. 84 Fed. Reg. 10491 (March 21, 2019).
A pipeline rupture results in the release of crude oil in a residential area and a local creek leading to a major river. A process upset at a refinery results in a fire, air permit exceedances, and refined product escaping secondary containment. A manufacturing plant employee responsible for NPDES permit compliance is accused by his co-workers of falsifying data and discharge monitoring reports. Read: https://shar.es/amAIsW