This one-hour, On Demand program addresses rapidly changing environmental, health and safety regulations in the United States, and is presented by Gary Lucks, JD, CPEA, a senior environmental attorney with deep expertise in environmental, health, and safety (EHS) law, legislative affairs, and sustainability strategy and implementation. Gary’s timely update provides information on what’s new and changing in regulation and also highlights the innovations on the horizon to bring alternative “green” products and services to the public. $10 for EHSAC members. Earn 1 NASBA CPE. Watch a Preview.
Topics will include:
- Keep your EHS Audit Tools Up-to-date
- Learn about the latest regulatory and legislative changes to federal EPA and OSHA regulations
- Find out what states are doing in response to the new Administration
- Learn about the fate of EPA enforcement and program implementation
- Find out how to advocate for regulations that serve the EHS auditing profession
Gary Lucks, JD, CPEA
President, Beyond Compliance
Gary Lucks JD, CPEA is a senior environmental attorney with deep expertise in environmental, health, and safety (EHS) law, legislative affairs, and sustainability strategy and implementation. He has over 30 years of experience advising Fortune 500 clients in clean tech, high tech, power, aerospace, biopharma, and many other industry sectors. He is a licensed attorney, a scientist, and a Certified Professional Environmental Auditor (CPEA) who has completed or overseen more than 400 major EHS compliance audits across the country. He advises clients on maintaining business continuity and license to operate while managing EHS risks. He also specializes in sustainability strategy, implementation and reporting, environmental compliance counseling, environmental auditing, environmental management systems (EMS), training, and permitting.
Lucks has published extensively on environmental law, legislation, and policy. He co-wrote a book on environmental law (California Environmental Law and Policy: A Practical Guide) which is used in law schools, colleges, by practitioners, and which has been cited in legal opinions). He also wrote the Environmental Auditing Chapter in the California Environmental Law and Land Use Treatise. He has authored the lead article on new California environmental legislation or the California Environmental Law Reporter for over 20 years.
He serves on the California State Bar Environmental Law Section’s Executive Committee and serves as the co-chair of the West Coast Institute of Internal Auditors. He also serves on the California State Bar Environmental Legislation Committee. He recently completed a four year term as an Advisor to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Lucks has extensive teaching experience. He has taught courses on environmental law, auditing, sustainability, climate change, and legislation for over twenty years at the University of California Extension, for the Institute of Internal Auditors, and for industry.