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Local Approaches to Environmental Compliance

Japanese Case Studies and Lessons for Developing Countries (Wbi Learning Resources)

by World Bank Institute

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Published by World Bank Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental Science,
  • Environmental Studies

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11416883M
    ISBN 100821361023
    ISBN 109780821361023
    OCLC/WorldCa57366030

    The silo approach to compliance management has and/or faced external requirements to comply with specifi c requirements such as health and safety, environmental responsibility, and industry regulations. While doing so, the organization did Building a Culture of Compliance. Comprehensive Framework for Environmental Management Effective compliance and enforcement systems need to operate as part of an overall framework of the environmental regulatory cycle: recognition of certain environmental problems, selection of the management approach, development of the legal basis, implementation of mechanisms to assure.

    For an overview of the environmental compliance auditing process, including EPA's perspective on compliance auditing and compliance auditing at federal facilities, click here. For compliance auditing tools and documents, click here. For federal and agency-specific COVID environmental guidance and recommendations, click here.   The subject also reviews key legal and policy issues that relate to promoting compliance with environmental requirements including, for example, different theories for promoting compliance (deterrence-based, cooperation-based, hybrid approaches, etc).

    The Nagase Group is a member of society. As such, it is our duty to maintain good and fair business practices and, through continued growth and development, provide society with the goods and services needed while improving the welfare of our employees. The biggest risk of not being in compliance is violations, penalties, monetary fines, and other bad things you don't want happening to your company. Not being in compliance is not good. So what is environmental compliance? Webster's dictionary defines compliance as "conformity in fulfilling official requirements". That's pretty much it.


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