These services are administered by highly qualified and experienced professional Industrial Hygienists and Environmental Engineers coupled with affiliated contractors and technicians to handle any size project. Total occupational health and environmental guidance and expert testimony is provided for OSHA and EPA matters. Consultations are designed to safeguard the environment as well as employee health and safety, thereby protecting the company’s assets by reducing its liabilities.
Our professional environmental engineers provide confidential assessments to determine compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Services also include project management, hazardous waste removal, mold remediation, site clean up, Phase I audits, new plant site selection and plant closures.
With the ever increasing awareness of toxic materials in the workplace and general environment, the potential liabilities have increased dramatically. CES will perform comprehensive assessments to determine your industrial hygiene and environmental liabilities. EPA and OSHA status reviews include solid and hazardous waste, air and water pollution, permitting, safety programs, hazardous materials usage and exposure assessments.
CES also provides soil and ground water evaluations to determine existing levels of contamination, soil contamination that can affect real estate transactions, sources of water and soil contamination and acceptability of a site for waste disposal.
Our environmental engineers, using a common sense approach to regulatory requirements, can reduce the possibility of non-compliance and associated financial penalties. CES provides services that include preparation of compliance plans and reports, preparation of applications for EPA air, water and hazardous waste permits and assistance in negotiations with regulatory agencies for favorable permit conditions.
CES also provides services to determine air emission characteristics, regulatory requirements and control technology including stack testing, control equipment design, compliance with permit requirements, need for additional controls, organic and inorganic emissions and computer dispersion modeling.
EPA and OSHA status reviews include solid and hazardous waste, air and water pollution, permitting, safety programs, hazardous materials usage and exposure assessments. Our Professional Engineers and Environmental Scientists, using a common sense approach to regulatory requirements, can reduce the possibility of non-compliance and associated financial penalties.
Confidential assessments to determine compliance with federal, state and local regulations:
- SPCC and RMP Plans
- Project management
- Hazardous waste removal
- Mold remediation
- Site clean up
- Phase I audits
- New plant site selection and plant closure
- Comprehensive assessments of industrial hygiene and environmental liabilities
- Preparation of compliance plans and reports
- Applications for EPA air, water and hazardous waste permits
- Negotiations with regulatory agencies for favorable permit conditions.
- Determine air emission characteristics, regulatory requirements and control technology
- Stack testing management
- Control equipment design
- Compliance with permit requirements
- Computer dispersion modeling
Our Industrial Hygienists have years of diverse industrial experience and are geared to solving occupational health problems. The anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of toxic materials are accomplished by comprehensive surveys of your facility, using the latest techniques to assure compliance with OSHA regulations.
The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard requires that all employees be informed about hazardous materials to which they maybe exposed during the normal course of their work and in the event of an emergency. Our common sense approach to this regulation will effectively train your employees without causing them undue concerns. Our complete hazard communication program includes a hazardous substance survey, written “Hazard Communication Program”, labeling, compliance survey, material safety data sheet development and compilation and employee information training.
Occupational induced hearing loss is potentially one of the most costly occupational conditions. CES provides complete hearing conservation programs that include facility noise evaluations, base line and annual monitoring audiometric testing, audiometric counseling, audiogram evaluation and OSHA required training.
CES conducts thorough indoor air quality investigations, including chemical and biological identification and sampling and ventilation studies. CES recommends design and operational modifications and directs follow up activities such as mold remediation and ventilation system improvements.
Respiratory diseases and diseases to other body organs that occur due to inhalation of toxic substances are some of the most disabling known. An effective respirator program coupled with good employee personal hygiene can prevent all of these diseases. CES develops complete respiratory programs that include respirator selection, fit testing, employee training, and a written “Respiratory Protection Program”.
- Hazard evaluations
- Air monitoring
- Ventilation evaluation and design
- Mold and indoor air quality investigations
- Noise monitoring
- Industrial hygiene training for hazard communication, toxic metals, asbestos, respiratory protection and hearing conservation
- Process Safety Management Plans
- Expert legal testimony
- Industrial hygiene audits
- Regulatory review and guidance
- OSHA negotiations
We provide the safety you need to you and others. CES makes sure that you won't be affected by harmful materials or unsafe workplace conditions. We can provide full site audits or focus on specific issues or needs.
- Machine Guarding
- Slips, Trips and Falls
- Confined Space
- Emergency Planning
- Regulatory review and guidance
- OSHA negotiations