Public Health and Safety Resource Analysis: Assumptions, Methodology Used, Relevant Regulations, Laws, and Guidance, and Key Documents
The purpose of this process memorandum is to describe additional supporting resource information in detail. The Public Health and Safety section of Chapter 3 of the EIS includes brief summaries of the information contained in this process memorandum. This process memorandum covers the following topics:
- Resource analysis area
- Analysis methodology
- Regulations, Laws, and Guidance
- Key Documents and References Cited
Public health and safety involves three distinct areas of analysis: tailings safety, fuels and fire management, and hazardous materials. Each section is analyzed separately within this process memorandum to distinguish between the assumptions, methodology used, and relevant regulations, laws, and guidance in each resource.
Newell, E., and C. Garrett. 2018b. Public Health and Safety Resource Analysis: Assumptions, Methodology Used, Relevant Regulations, Laws, and Guidance, and Key Documents. Process memorandum to file. Phoenix, Arizona: SWCA Environmental Consultants. August 6.