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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,
, other stakeholders, and the environment.
Use company property legitimately,
minimizing loss and waste
; report loss, waste, or theft of company property to appropriate personnel.
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,
, and consumers.
Safeguard the public interest.
Understand and follow established personal safety, security, and environmental practices.
, federal and company health, safety, security, and environmental regulations.
Conduct health, safety, and/or environmental incident and hazard investigations.
, 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.
, 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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