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June 2004

Michigan Businesses Offered Help to Survive Regulations

Is your company fit to survive Michigan’s environmental, health, and safety regulations? The Departments of Environmental Quality and Labor and Economic Growth have announced Michigan Survivor: Are YOU Playing by the Environmental, Health, and Safety Rules?, being held in Bay City on June 17, in Grand Rapids on June 22, in Plymouth on June 25, in Novi on June 29, and in Mackinaw City on July 1. Workshops will provide an overview of environmental, health, and safety regulations that apply to Michigan businesses.

DEQ and DLEG inspectors visit businesses every day. This workshop will give an inside glimpse at what inspectors look for during air, waste, and wastewater inspections. Attendees will also learn about MIOSHA health and safety regulations in a language anyone can understand. Avoid the nightmare of hefty fines, cleanup costs, or even criminal prosecution by learning how to prepare for an inspection, and how to achieve compliance and remain in compliance.

For registration information, contact the Environmental Assistance Center at 1-800-662-9278 or visit www.michigan.gov/deqworkshops.


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