Health & Safety Management Assistance
Contact Bob Tweten, 507-281-6663, firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Health & Safety Consulting
Health & Safety Management Assistance
· Identify and prioritize health and safety concerns.
· Help plan the scheduling of remediation of health and safety hazards.
· Help with monitoring to prevent redevelopment of the hazard and discover new hazards.
· Help with applying for health & safety project funding.
· Organize group training in specific areas of identified need.
For more information about OSHA compliance in schools, health and safety funding, and Health & Safety Management Assistance Program, please email Bob Tweten, phone 507-281-6663.
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Technical assistance in complying with laws pertaining to hazardous materials along with employee and student environmental issues.
Under contract with SSC, the Institute for Environmental Assessment provides consulting, lab, inspection, planning, and project management services at a reduced cost for SSC members. Environmental management services include consulting regarding general regulatory compliance in each identified regulatory area, such as annual training, review of program records, management plan modification recommendations, and program implementation recommendations, including budget planning.
· Environmental Management Services (EMS) Basic Services: management plans, training, hazard testing services (indoor air quality, lead, etc.)
· Project specific services associated with particular actions, or projects, within a regulatory area; these are quoted separately from basic services.
· Turnkey services, which are activities associated with subcontracting and/or coordinating the services of other professionals; these are also quoted separately from basic services.
EMS Basic Services include consulting services associated with general regulatory compliance in each identified regulatory area. Services are pre-planned each spring by IEA staff and client staff together. Services involve periodic site visits and off-site work and might include annual training, review of program records, chemical inventories, fiscal planning, committee meetings, management plan modification recommendations, and program implementation recommendations, including budget planning. Lab and technical hazard testing, such as asbestos, mold, indoor air quality, lead, etc., is provided at an additional cost at the clients request. Basic services may address the following regulatory areas, as directed by members:
Accident & Injury Reduction Program (AWAIR)
Blood Borne Pathogen Standards/Exposure Control Plan
Chemical Hygiene (Lab Safety)
Confined Space Standard
Emergency Action Plan
Employee Right-to-Know/ Hazard Communication
Food Safety Inspection/Certification
Indoor Air Quality
Laboratory Safety Standard/ Chemical Hygiene Plan
Lead in Paint
Lead in Water
Lockout / Tagout
Personal Protective Equipment
Respiratory Protection Standard
Underground Storage Tanks/ Aboveground Storage Tanks
Welding, Cutting or Brazing
Project Management. SSC Members who enter into basic services agreements with IEA through the SSC program enjoy additional discounted rates on project specific services associated with particular actions, or projects, within a regulatory area. These separate proposals are made for projects such as asbestos removal, computer-aided environmental and facility management, facility planning, HVAC commissioning, HVAC design, lead in water testing, machine guarding and mold remediation projects.
About IEA: The corporate headquarters and main laboratory are located in Brooklyn Park, MN. A satellite office is located in Rochester, with local project managers who provide ongoing environmental management services and access to control services, drawing from a staff of consultants who provide ongoing input in specialized areas.
At its inception, the Institute's mission was to find real-world, applicable patterns for addressing environmental risk and regulation. It has achieved and continues to excel in meeting that challenge, with both academic and regulatory acceptance for its often innovative approaches toward environmentally-sensitive sustainable development.