Completing the FEM Assessment for Facilities that do not have a License to Operate
If a license or permit is not currently in possession, there is a legitimate course of action as long as verifiable documentation attests that the facility/production process is not legally obligated to have one to operate.
Applicability and Assessment Sections:
When navigating through the assessment process, each section begins with applicability questions. These questions aid in determining the specific parts of the section that need completion to tailor the assessment accurately to individual operations.
The absence of a license or permit should not be a cause for concern if adequate evidence substantiates that the facility or production process falls within the boundaries of legal exemption. Proper documentation must be furnished to validate this claim, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations.
For a comprehensive understanding of the contents of the Facility Environmental Module (FEM) and its associated scoring, pertinent information can be accessed through the following links:
- Scoring System Guidance:
- Content Guidance:
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