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More on Health, Safety and Environmental Risks of Cyber Attacks

Some time ago, we wrote about the not-so-apparent connection between cyber attacks and HSE risk.  As cyber attacks grow in number and sophistication, their reach and impacts are also evolving.  The November 2015 issue of Financier Worldwide Magazine includes a feature focused specifically on the unique aspects of cyber attacks on the …

And Now, the Feature Presentation – HSE Violations Made Public

A new “database of corporate misconduct” has been launched by the Corporate Research Project of Good Jobs First.  According to their website, The database includes 100,000 cases with penalties of $5,000 or more initiated by the Environmental Protection Agency, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration and 11 other agencies, including cases …

More Delays in SPCC Rule

EPA announced it is proposing yet another delay in the implementation of the “new” SPCC regulations, originally published in 2001. EPA states: …

When It Spills, It Pours

In years past, we have seen a small – but growing – amount of shareholder activism in publicly traded companies concerning sustainability …

EPA is Still Messing with Texas

In the wake of EPA Region 6’s recent decision to overturn TCEQ-issued air permits for 40 companies, EPA fired another shot at …

EPA Messes With Texas

The Associated Press says that EPA will prevent the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) from issuing an air emissions permit for …