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With EHS Long Term Support, you won't face burdensome regulatory requirements alone.

Based in Watchung, New Jersey and founded in 2003, we are strategically aligned and centrally located to provide services to companies ranging in size from 25 employees in one building to a Fortune 500 company with a global footprint.

01.

EPCRA: Tier II / CRTK, TRI, RPPR

EPCRA Community Right-to-Know (Tier II), Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), and Release and Pollution Prevention Reporting (EPCRA, N.J.A.C. 7:1K)

 

Agency: U.S. EPA and NJDEP Office of Pollution Prevention and Community Right to Know

  • NJDEP-Online Community Right-to-Know (CRTK) Preparation and Tier II Submissions

  • USEPA Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting with Form R and Form A Submissions within CDX

  • NJDEP Release and Pollution Prevention Reporting (RPPR) within NJDEP-Online

  • Preparation of Part IA, Part IB, and Part II of NJDEP 5-Year Pollution Prevention Plans

  • NJDEP Pollution Prevention Plan Summary (Form DEP-113) Submissions

  • Preparation of NJDEP Pollution Prevention Process Level Data Worksheets or Annual Progress Reports (Form P2-115s)

  • Annual TRI and RPPR Applicability Assessments

02.

Health & Safety

Health & Safety Trainings and OSHA Program Development and Management

 

Agency: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

  • Toxic and Hazardous Substances 

  • DOT Security Awareness

  • DOT Hazardous Materials

  • IATA - Air Shipment of Hazardous Materials

  • Flammables & Combustibles / Bonding and Grounding

  • Incident / Accident Investigation

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Respiratory Protection 

  • Hearing Conservation

  • Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)

  • Emergency Action Plan / Fire Prevention / Fire Extinguisher Use

  • Hazard Communication, GHS, RTK

  • Control of Hazardous Energy, Lockout Tagout (LOTO) for Affected and Authorized employees

  • Process Safety Management (PSM)

    • Process Hazard Analyses (PHA)

    • Operating Procedures

    • Training

    • Pre-Start-Up Safety Review

    • Mechanical Integrity

    • Hot Work Permit

    • Management of Change

    • Incident Investigation

    • Emergency Planning and Incident Response

    • Compliance Auditing

  • Laboratory Safety

  • Confined Space for Attendant, Entrant, Entry Supervisor

  • Material Handling: Back safety, Lifting, Hand and Portable tools

  • Compressed Gasses

  • Radiation and Laser Safety

03.

Industrial Hygiene (IH)

Agency: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

  • IH Exposure Assessment (Risk Assessment or Job Hazard Analysis)

  • Air contaminants including dusts, fumes, mist, aerosols, and gases

  • Chemical hazards through inhalation, absorption, and ingestion 

  • Biological hazards including bacteria, fungi, and viruses, with acute and chronic effects

  • Physical hazards including ionizing and non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation, noise, vibration, illumination and temperature

  • Ergonomic hazards for office or industrial work environments

  • Development of IH Monitoring Plans for high risk level areas

  • IH Monitoring for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs)

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Certified Assessments

  • Development of PPE matrix spreadsheet and required PPE 

  • Noise Surveys (Area and Personal)

  • Reduction of Workplace Occupation Hazards including Elimination, Substitution, Engineering Controls, Work Practice Controls, Administrative Controls, Training, Audit Management, PPE, and other risk management techniques

04.

Wastewater

Wastewater Compliance (N.J.A.C. 7:14)

 

Agency: NJDEP Bureau of Water Compliance and Delegated Local Agencies 

  • Applicability Assessments and Compliance Assistance for Federal Categorical Pretreatment Standards (e.g., Subpart D Pharmaceutical Preparations for 40 CFR Part 439)

  • Wastewater Discharge Survey and Characterization

  • Preparation of Significant Industrial User (SIU) Permits

  • Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual Self-Monitoring Reports (SMRs) and Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs)

  • Emergency Discharge Limitation Plan (EDLP) Preparation, Slug Plan Preparation, and EDLP/Slug Plan Annual Training

05.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention

Stormwater Pollution Prevention (40 CFR Part 125 and NJPDES Rules N.J.A.C. 7:14A)

 

Agency: USEPA National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System and NJDEP Bureau of Nonpoint Pollution Control)

  • Basic Industrial Stormwater Permit Applications (5G2)

  • Other Industry-Specific General Stormwater Permits

  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans

  • Development of Best Management Practices (BMPs)

  • Monthly and Annual Stormwater Inspection Checklists

  • SPPP Certification Submissions for the SPPP Preparation, Implementation, and Annual Compliance

  • Annual Stormwater Pollution Prevention Training for Employees

06.

Air Emissions and Air Permitting

USEPA Clean Air Act and State Operating Permit Programs for Air Emissions and Air Permitting (State-Specific, e.g., N.J.A.C. 7:27)

 

Agency: USEPA, State-Specific, and NJDEP Bureau of Stationary Sources

  • Air Compliance Auditing and Gap Assessments

  • NJ RADIUS Emission Statements

  • Air Compliance and Enforcement Assistance

  • RADIUS Air Permit Applications (Initial Submissions), Revisions, Compliance Plan Changes, 7-Day Notice Changes, and Amendments

  • NJDEP Batch, Pilot Plant, and R&D Report Submissions

  • State-of-the-Art (SOTA) Analyses and Compliance with SOTA Manuals

  • HAP Screening Risk Assessments

  • Strategy Development for limiting Potential-to-Emit (PTE)

  • NSPS and NESHAP Compliance

  • Air Emission Calculations using USEPA AP-42 Emission Factors,  Stack Test/CEMS data, or material balance for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC), Hazardous Air Pollutant (HAPs), Particulate Emissions (TSP, PM10, PM2.5), Combustion Emissions (NOx, CO), Sulfur Oxides (SO2).

  • General Air Permits (GPs)

  • NJDEP-Online Annual Boiler Combustion Adjustments

  • Title V Air Permits and Modifications, NJ Subchapter 18 Netting Analyses, Annual and Semi-Annual Compliance Certifications, and 5-Year Permit Renewals

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07.

Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasures (SPCC) (40 CFR 112) and Risk Management Program (RMP) (40 CFR 112) 

Agency: United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA)

  • SPCC Plan Preparation and Professional Engineer (P.E.) Certifications

  • SPCC Plan Technical
    and Administrative Amendments

  • Creation of SPCC Site Plans within AutoCad 

  • Preparation of Monthly and Annual SPCC Inspection Checklists

  • Annual SPCC Training for Employees

  • Incidental Spill Response Training

RMP

Agency: United State Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA)

  • Applicability with regulated substances / General Duty Clause

  • Emergency Response

  • Offsite Consequence Analyses (OCA)

  • Plan Preparation and 5-Year Review/Updates

08.

Discharge Prevention, Containment, & Countermeasure (DPCC) and Discharge Cleanup and Removal (DCR) (N.J.A.C. 7:1E) and Toxic Catastrophe Prevention Act Program (TCPA) (N.J.A.C. 7:31)

Agency: NJDEP Bureau of Release Prevention (BRP)

  • DPCC/DCR Plans and P.E. Certifications

  • Amendments: Technical and Administrative

  • Program Applicability

  • Renewals, Amendments, and Advance Notifications

  • Aboveground Storage Tank Inspections and STI or API Certified Tank Integrity Testing

  • Environmental Sensitive Area (ESA) Maps and Plan

  • General Site Plans (GSP)

  • Annual Employee Training

  • Spill Response training

TCPA

 

Agency: NJDEP Bureau of Release Prevention

  • Process Hazard Analyses (PHA)

  • Operating Procedures

  • Pre-Start-Up Safety Review

  • Mechanical Integrity

  • Hot Work Permit

  • Management of Change (MOC)

  • Incident Investigation

  • Emergency Planning and Incident Response

  • Compliance Auditing

09.

Hazardous, Non-Hazardous,
Universal, & Special Wastes 
(40 CFR 260 to 282)

Agency: USEPA RCRA and NJDEP Bureau of Hazardous Waste Compliance & Enforcement

  • U.S. EPA Biennial Hazardous Waste Reports 

  • Waste Management Plan Preparations, Contingency Plans, and Emergency Procedures

  • Submission of U.S. EPA Form 8700-12 for Status Changes and Hazardous Secondary Materials

  • Hazardous Waste General Awareness Training for waste handlers

  • Advanced Hazardous Waste Certification Course/Training

  • Auditing and Gap Assessments for Very Small Quantity Generators (VSQG), Small Quantity Generators (SQG), and Large Quantity Generators (LQG) of Hazardous Waste, Central Accumulation Areas (90- and 180-day Areas), Satellite Accumulation Areas, Universal Waste, and Special Waste Programs

10.

ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems and
ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health & Safety Management System

ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 Program Development,  Implementation, and Support

  • Integrated Management Systems (EMS/IMS)

  • Clause 4

    • Scope

    • Context of the Organization

  • Clause 5

    • Leadership​

    • Policy

  • Clause 6

    • Aspects and Impacts​

    • Legal Requirements

    • Objectives and Targets

  • Clause 7 

    • Training and Competency​

    • Communications

    • Documentation

  • Clause 8

    • Operations​

    • Emergency Response

  • Clause 9 

    • Monitoring and Measurement​

    • Internal Auditing

    • Legal Compliance Auditing

    • Management Review Meetings

  • Clause 10

    • Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPA)

    • Continuous Improvement

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Environmental Compliance

Proactively manage EHS programs with environmental compliance solutions.

EHS Auditing

Assess and enhance internal environmental, health and safety programs to limit liability.

DEP, OSHA, and USEPA Agency Negotiation

Leverage key relationships with federal, state, and regional agencies.

Environmental Management Systems

Integrate business solutions with cost-effective environmental goals.

Health and Safety Compliance

Design management programs to increase productivity and reduce worker compensation costs.

Professional Engineering (P.E.) Certifications

Maintain assurance with technical compliance and engineering reports.

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