Right to Know Program

This comprehensive program allows residents of the state to gain access to information about hazardous substances in the workplace and the community. Public employers and many private employers are required to conduct chemical inventories and submit a Right to Know survey each year to the State of New Jersey as well as to the county health departments and to the local police, fire and emergency management coordinators.

Office Responsibilities
This office advises and consults with the many covered employers in Cape May County to help them be in compliance and understand the Community and Worker Right To Know Act. Any resident, as well as employees, can contact this department for information on hazardous substances at a covered facility.