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  • A call to action:the policy
    whom the policy should apply Those responsible for implementing the policy How the policy should be implemented and evaluated Include guiding principles if necessary Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Environmental Policy Statements A call to action the policy Clearly state the policy and the actions that need to be taken as a result of the policy Include all the details necessary for sucessful implementation of the policy Be as explicit as you can are you trying to avoid oil spills or are your trying to avoid open ocean oil spills from tanker bilge pumps Examples 1 ABACUS INTERNATIONAL will manage chemicals in a responsible manner that minimizes potential environmental and health impacts and fully considers the following legal requirements and governmental policies customer expectations and concerns short and long term benefits costs and liabilities and viable material and process alternatives 2 Catamount Industries personnel will manage mechanical lifting equipment in manners to minimize liability for such equipment use and to reduce as far as is practicable reportable injuries caused by use of such equipment The injury goal shall be less than 1 per 100 000 person hours and the liability goal shall be 0 per year

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  • A justification for the policy
    to action the policy A justification for the policy Those to whom the policy should apply Those responsible for implementing the policy How the policy should be implemented and evaluated Include guiding principles if necessary Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Environmental Policy Statements A justification for the policy If people have a firm understanding of why a policy is important they are more likely to implement it Justify the policy based on research project goals or new regulations Examples 1 This policy is enacted by the EPA as part of the mandate to inform the public of the facts surrounding pesticides and food as laid forth in the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 Mounting public pressure has led the EPA to adopt policies that exceed the guidelines proposed in the mandate 2 We are enacting this policy based on research which has shown that over 1000 deaths occur each year in the United States as a result of exposure to second hand tobacco smoke Several thousand cases of respiratory diseases are diagnosed as a result of exposure to second hand tobacco smoke Previous Continue Introduction Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT Writing CSU

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  • Those to whom the policy should apply
    the policy should apply Those responsible for implementing the policy How the policy should be implemented and evaluated Include guiding principles if necessary Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Environmental Policy Statements Those to whom the policy should apply Make it explicit as to who the policy applies to therefore no one should be unaware that this policy affects them and the work they do This statement may be crucial if liability has to be determined when something goes wrong Examples 1 This Policy applies to all worldwide ABACUS INTERNATIONAL businesses operations and facilities All references to chemicals in this policy include process chemicals product component parts fuels hazardous materials or hazardous wastes This policy does not apply to systems owned and operated by the lessor on property where ABACUS INTERNATIONAL is the lessee 2 This policy shall apply to all Catamount Industries personnel contractors part time workers and assistants who shall be paid by or under the control of Catamount Industries during regularly scheduled work This policy shall apply to all mechanical lifting equipment owned leased or used by Catamount Industries personnel contractors part time workers and assistants paid by or under the control of Catamount

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  • Those responsible for implementing the policy
    policy How the policy should be implemented and evaluated Include guiding principles if necessary Resources Print Friendly Format About this Guide Contributors Citation Environmental Policy Statements Those responsible for implementing the policy Make it explicit as to who is responsible for implementing the policy Those who are responsible won t know until you tell them and if you want the policy to be implemented you d better let them know up front Examples 1 All developmental and design engineers all production managers and process supervisors and all line lead workers of ABACUS INTERNATIONAL shall be familiar with the procedures mandated under this policy and shall assure the implementation of them All ABACUS INTERNATIONAL workers shall be made aware of this policy by their direct supervisors and shall be individually responsible for following the procedures set forth under this policy that may relate to the job being performed by that worker 2 Job superintendents and crew leaders of Catamount Industries shall be familiar with this policy and assure implementation of work safe procedures developed under this policy All workers of Catamount Industries will be responsible after training by the crew leader or job superintendent to implement the appropriate job safe procedure

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  • How the policy should be implemented and evaluated
    policy should be implemented and evaluated Sometimes you may let those who are responsible for implementing the policy choose how they wish to implement the policy If this is not the case make it very clear as to how the policy should be implemented In both cases you want to explain how the implementation process should be evaluated including who is responsible for the evaluation Examples 1 The policy will be implemented by a three part campaign including print material for distribution at local grocery stores a national television public service announcement which will run for the next twelve months and a Web site which will continue to be updated for the next three years at such time it will become necessary to reassess the project and appropriate new funding 2 Developmental and design engineers of ABACUS INTERNATIONAL shall design evaluation procedures for all processes that fall under this policy to ensure that these processes comply Lead workers shall gather information and execute the evaluation procedures to evaluate the policy Deficiencies in the policy or in the evaluation procedure shall be addressed jointly by developmental and design engineers in cooperation with lead workers 3 Job superintendents shall gather data on

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  • Include guiding principles if necessary
    Citation Environmental Policy Statements Include guiding principles if necessary In a complex policy statement guiding principles may be explained to allow better development of procedures or practices to comply with that policy Examples 1 Manufacturing Process Design Assure all manufacturing process designs consider chemical and process alternatives and engineering controls that i Minimize or eliminate employee health risks from chemical exposure ii Minimize chemical consumption and chemical waste generation 2

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  • Initial error marking
    edit Highlighting a particular error Determining patterns of errors Second level ranking of errors Finally Working with the student Evaluate the student s ability to recognize the most disruptive error Start with basic explanations and move to error correction Important Caveat Teaching Tips Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Initial error marking Error pattern analysis starts with the teacher or editor identifying errors If at all possible make a photocopy of the piece of writing You need to have a copy you can mark up and it s disconcerting for writers to see all the markings you ll make as you get started with the analysis Read through a paragraph or a page without marking anything just to get a feel for the number and range of errors Depending on the number decide if you can mark all errors in one pass or if you ll need multiple passes Go through the first paragraph slowly marking as many errors as you can find Ignore stylistic choices but note word choices that are wrong Ditto with punctuation Try a sample Keep working with a sample through all the steps we outline in the module Tweet HELP SITE INDEX ABOUT THIS SITE CONTACT

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  • Checking Error Marking
    Print Friendly Page Authors Contributors Checking Error Marking Go back through paragraph 1 looking for additional errors You will almost certainly find one or two If you find more than that assume that you ll have work in multiple passes to identify all the errors Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the next paragraph Now that you re sure about how many passes through the text you ll need to

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