ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY SERVICES
Environmental health and safety consultant services in program development and compliance management, including permit compliance, regulatory compliance, hazardous waste management, hazardous material management, safety and employee exposure control programs, SPCC plan, SWPPP, emergency response plan, spill plan, contingency plan, waste minimization plan.
Providing expert services in environmental management systems (EMS) and safety management systems (SMS) to meet ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. EMS program development and gap analysis. Internal auditor training programs and routine third party compliance audits to meet ISO requirements.
Offering certified auditors to conduct routine environmental and safety audits for compliance improvement and for due diligence.
EH&S employee training program development to meet permit requirements, and State and Federal training requirements. Training programs include DOT HazMat training, hazard communication training, RCRA hazardous waste training, spill prevention SPCC training, SWPPP Training, stormwater pollution prevention training, hazardous material training.
Expert stormwater consultant providing permitting support to industrial, construction and governmental sector clients. Preparing SWPPP storm water pollution prevention plans, best management practices BMP plans, pollution prevention and control PPC plans. Maintains SWPPP templates, PPC templates, SPCC templates to meet requirements of all States.
Providing temporary professional EHS environmental safety professionals on a temporary or contract basis. Certified staff can be made available to fill short-term staffing needs or to address short term work load capacity issues.
Permit consultant / environmental engineer supporting industrial, commercial and public sector client in applying for environmental permits for new projects, facility expansions and renewal of existing permits. Obtaining air emission permits, air pollution control equipment permits, revising current air permits.
Assisting manufacturing, institutional and government sector clients in applying for wastewater discharge permits, including NPDES permits, pretreatment permits and authorization to discharge to public sewers.
Environmental consultant support in obtaining waste management permits, underground storage tank permit and above ground tank installation operating permits, tank registration, hazardous material storage permits, hazardous waste generator registration.
Supporting due diligence activities for property acquisition and business mergers and acquisitions. This includes desk table site records reviews, Phase 1 environmental assessment, Phase 2 site investigation, obtaining liability protection letters. Providing certified auditors to conduct third party compliance assessments for due diligence.
Environmental consultant providing environmental site assessments and site investigations to meet ASTM standards and Small business Administration SBA and other lender environmental review requirements. Experienced environmental engineer providing site cleanup services for spills and leaking tanks and to remediate past waste disposal sites for property redevelopment.
Expedited Phase 1 environmental assessment services available in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Illinois, Florida and Nebraska.
Safety consultant supporting existing safety programs and developing new safety programs and initiatives. Conducting PPE assessment and developing employee exposure control plans, preparing written safety programs. Preparing Safety Data Sheets SDS for manufacturers, importers and distributors of chemical products.
Check out some of our latest projects and industry related news.
FAQ: Do All Tanks Need Secondary Containment? Answer: No. But determining if secondary containment is needed for your specific tank requires an understanding of Federal, State, and local regulations, plus knowledge of specific building codes, such as NFPA 30 Flammable...
The Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement Rule amended the Federal RCRA rules and enacted several important changes in how hazardous waste is managed. The Federal Rule was finalized in November 26, 2016 and became effective in a few States (Iowa, Alaska) on May 30,...
EPA, State and local agencies regularly inspect hazardous waste generators to determine compliance with the hazardous waste regulations and laws. Listed below are some of the most common hazardous waste rule violations observed by inspectors during compliance...