What an agency inspector looks for in an inspection

When an agency inspector comes to inspect your hazardous waste storage area, he looks for things like waste manifests, reports, labels, and plans. Why? Because it is easy to find violations in these areas – either you have filled them out properly or you have not. It is straightforward.

The video below is from an inspector at the California Department of Toxic Substances (DTSC). Listen to what the DTSC inspector has to say about what he looks for in your hazardous waste labels.

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3 responses to “What an agency inspector looks for in an inspection

  1. Wow, it’s about time environmental folks shared their experiences, i.e. video, great stuff, written tips, great stuff. There are things that we(in the responsible positions) know, but don’t always realize the importance of “good housekeeping”
    In fact your total web site is a treasure chest of very valuable issues concerning our environment/working or in life tasks. It’s a wealth of information and I support and appreciate your sharing vital information with me and others,Thanx, keep helping me be respectful and compliant individual.

  2. Thank you for your comments. Let’s hope more people share their experience here!

  3. Found your blog. This is a very good blog on environmental inspection. I would like to thank you for all the information you give. Its really important to choose the right Environmental inspection informative site for all type of working purpose. So thanks for sharing all that important information.

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