Right-to-Know Program

Right to KnowThe County's "Right-to-Know" Program administered by the Office of Environmental Health is the purveyor of the central file for all covered workplaces in the county inventory which includes fact sheets, outreach inspections, and public education. The New Jersey Worker and Community Right to Know Act require public and private employers to provide information about hazardous substances at their workplaces.

Find out how the Right To Know can protect you and your family.

Also visit the State of New Jersey's Right to Know website for fact sheets, Hazardous Substance list, the RTK Act/Regulations, etc.