• 1. Are all applicable legal requirements identified, maintained and complied with?

  • 2. Has a documented assessment been carried out to identify work areas and processes that generate or handle waste that can potentially pollute, or present a hazard to people, and the controls used to manage the risks?

  • 3. Has all waste been characterized to distinguish hazardous wastes and non-hazardous wastes as per legal and Company requirements?

  • 4. Have procedures been documented and implemented for the management of wastes?

  • 5. Are government-approved waste disposal sites (when available), and qualified waste transport and/or disposal contractors used and are they assessed prior to using them as per Company requirements?

  • 6. Are waste data captured and reported in accordance with the EOSH Performance Measurement Requirements?

  • 7. Have management controls been implemented to reduce potential environmental impacts, nuisances or hazards both on- and off-site and meeting Company requirements?

  • 8. Are additional controls in place for hazardous wastes?

  • 9. If the facility uses land application of non-sanitary bio-solids and/or inorganic solids, are they legally compliant, do they meet Company requirements and do they act in a manner that protects the environments?

  • 10. Do operations generating sanitary bio-solids implement controls to avoid potential health risks as per Company requirements?

  • 11. Are electronic wastes managed as per the Company requirements?

  • 12. Is filter aid waste managed as per Company requirements?

  • 13. Are biohazard wastes resulting from first aid procedures or other sources managed as per Company requirements?

  • 14. Are refrigerant gases wastes managed as per the Company's Ozone Protection Requirements?

  • 15. Are personnel adequately trained to handle waste materials generated or managed in their workspace?


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