Part Two: Environmental Self-Audits and Self-Disclosure
Environmental self-audits are an effective tool to detect and correct potential non-compliance with environmental laws. In addition, EPA's Audit Policy and various state environmental audit privilege and immunity laws provide incentives for self-disclosure of non-compliance subject to certain eligibility criteria.
Our panel will discuss the strategic considerations for conducting self-audits, including risks, timing, scope, and privilege, as well as the incentives for self-disclosure to EPA and/or a state agency. We will also discuss EPA's new e-Disclosure System and reserve time for audience questions.
Our speakers for this program are:
This seminar will be moderated by DGS Partner, Eric Waeckerlin.
October 1, 2015 Breakfast | 7:30 AM Program | 8:00-9:00 AM