Information for Compliance Assistance Providers
- Subscribe to e-mail notifications for updates and notifications about compliance assistance activities.
Compliance assistance provides can help the regulated community comply with environmental regulations with these tools and resources. EPA Regional Compliance Assistance Coordinators can develop and conduct workshops and training sessions, answer your questions, develop and distribute guidance materials and provide on-site compliance assistance.
The Office of Compliance’s Basic Training for Compliance Assistance Providers (BCAP) can help you become familiar with or brush up on your knowledge of EPA’s compliance assistance program. The four-module training course can be taken individually or combined into a one-day classroom course. It is expected to take 60-90 minutes to complete each module. To see a short summary of BCAP, there is a BCAP fact sheet (PDF) (1 pg, 46K) available.
- Module 1: CPA 901, Overview of EPA’s Compliance Assistance Program
- Module 2: CPA, 902, Using Compliance Assistance Strategically - The Integrated Strategic Approach
- Module 3: CPA 903, Tool Development and Marketing
- Module 4: CPA 904, Measurement and Data Collection
The Guide for Addressing Environmental Problems: Using an Integrated Strategic Approach (PDF) (115 pp, 4.51MB, About PDF) is a detailed reference to help CA Providers plan, develop, implement and measure strategies to address significant environmental problems. For a quick review of what the Guide has to offer there is a fact sheet (PDF) (1 pg, 45.9K, About PDF) available.
Measurement and Results
This page contains information about measurable results that further the Agency's mission of protecting human health and the environment.
National Enforcement Initiatives
Contains information on EPA's priorities, which focus on significant environmental risks and noncompliance patterns, and core program activities that implement the requirements of all environmental laws and programs.
Site offers compliance assistance stakeholders the opportunity to offer valuable input on EPA's compliance assistance programs and activities
Information for facilities recently inspected by EPA
Regulated Business and Community
Business sectors and community operations must comply with federal and state environmental laws. The Regulated Business and Community web page contains specific resources to help these groups understand environmental compliance requirements.