Guide to Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations (June 2014)The "Michigan Guide to Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations" is a joint publication of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). Manufacturers, suppliers, consultants, and regulators can all benefit from this guide, which steers the reader through the maze of state and federal environmental, health, and safety regulatory programs. Although some reference is made to local building and fire codes, local requirements are not discussed in the guidebook in any detail. Be sure to contact your local government officials for information on applicable local requirements.
The guidebook is subdivided into three main sections: Environmental Regulations, Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Act (MIOSHA) Standards, and Construction and Fire Codes. Each chapter within each section targets a specific regulatory program. This Web site contains a complete version of the guidebook and allows you to download it by chapter.
The "Self-Assessment Survey" is a tool you can use to find which regulations are applicable to your specific operation. Simply answer each question in the survey "yes" or "no" to be directed to the portions of the book relevant to your business.
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TO ORDER: The 8th edition of the the guidebook debuted at the 2014 Michigan Environmental Compliance Conference. At the conclusion of the Conference series on June 10, 2014, the guidebook will be available for purchase by credit card from the Michigan e-store.
Section One: Environmental Regulations
Chapter 1: Air Quality Regulations
Chapter 2: Waste Management
Chapter 3: Wastewater
Chapter 4: Material Storage and Transportation
Chapter 5: SARA Title III - Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
Chapter 6: Environmental Emergencies
Chapter 7: Sites of Environmental Contamination, Property Transfers, and Liability Issues
Chapter 8: Activities At or Near the Land/Water Interface
Chapter 9: Drinking Water
Chapter 10: Radioactive Material Regulations
Chapter 11: Geological Resources
Chapter 12: Pollution Prevention/Environmental Management Systems
Section Two: MIOSHA Regulations
Part 1: Common Regulations for Safety and Health
Chapter 13: Hazard Communication/Employee Right-To-Know
Chapter 14: MIOSHA Posting
Chapter 15: MIOSHA Record Keeping
Chapter 16: Personal Protective Equipment
Chapter 17: Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals
Chapter 18: Permit-Required Confined Spaces
Chapter 19: Spray Finishing Operations
Part 2: MIOSHA Health Regulations
Chapter 20: Air Contaminants
Chapter 21: Asbestos
Chapter 22: Bloodborne Infectious Diseases
Chapter 23: Emergency Response
Chapter 24: First Aid
Chapter 25: Sanitation
Chapter 26: Noise
Part 3: MIOSHA Safety Regulations
Chapter 27: General Housekeeping Guidelines
Chapter 28: Machine Guarding Requirements
Chapter 29: Openings in Floors and Walls
Chapter 30: Fire Safety
Chapter 31: Electrical Safety
Chapter 32: Lockout/Tagout
Chapter 33: Powered Industrial Trucks
Chapter 34: Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Chapter 35: Other MIOSHA Safety Standards