Greening of Competency Models

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  • Apply basic scientific principles to work-related problems –Environmental.

  • Act in the best interest of the company, the community, and the environment.

  • Comply with applicable laws and rules governing work and report loss, waste, or theft of company property to appropriate personnel.


  • Act in the best interests of the company, your co-workers, your community, other stakeholders, and the environment.

  • Use company property legitimately, minimizing loss and waste; report loss, waste, or theft of company property to appropriate personnel.

  • Environmental/Health/Safety.

  • Maintain a healthful and safe environment and report any violations/discrepancies.

  • Ensure proper handling and disposal of toxic or hazardous materials.

  • Ensure equipment and systems are designed to be environmentally friendly and strive to continually minimize the resulting carbon footprint.

  • Practice sustainability by using processes that are non-polluting, conserving of energy and natural resources, economically efficient, and safe for workers, communities, and consumers.

  • Safeguard the public interest.

  • Understand and follow established personal safety, security, and environmental practices.

  • Comply with local, federal and company health, safety, security, and environmental regulations.

    • Conduct health, safety, and/or environmental incident and hazard investigations.

    • Conduct preventive health, safety, and/or environmental incident and hazard inspections.

    Implement continuous improvement in health, safety, security, and/or environmental practices.

  • Analysis of Health/Safety/Security/Environmental Data.

  • Chemical Hazard Assessment.

  • Design to Minimize Environmental Impact.

  • Investigations for Health, Safety, Security, or Environmental Incidences/Hazards.

  • Preventive Health, Safety, or Environmental Inspections.

  • Hazardous Material Communication (HAZCOM).

  • Hazardous Material Handling and Disposal (HAZMAT).

  • Hazardous Material Information System Labeling and Storage (HMIS).

  • Role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), or Other Appropriate Regulatory Bodies in the Workplace (US only).

  • International Environmental Management Guidance (ISO14001).

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