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OSHA Inspection Process: What To Expect?

The OSHA inspection process strikes fear into the hearts of business owners and managers. But if you know what to expect there’s no reason to cower. The OSHA inspection process reflects five priorities, in this decreasing order of severity: Imminent danger. OSHA can do a “wall-to-wall” inspection in this instance, and they can shut down your facility. Catastrophes… Read More

Community Right-to-Know vs Hazardous Communication

The details of Community Right-to-Know (RTK) and Hazardous Communication (HAZCOM) both affect how your facility functions. HAZCOM is one of OSHA’s most important compliance requirements. Its education, training, chemical labeling and safety programs are all designed to increase workers knowledge and understanding, to protect them from exposure to potentially dangerous substances. HAZCOM compliance includes creating and maintaining… Read More

Environmental Database Management System: Do You Need One?

If you’re in the business of dealing with environmental concerns, you’re working with a stunning amount of data. And whether you’re responsible for determining if remediation is needed or using site investigation results to make property management or legal decisions, your success depends on accurate, thorough data analysis. Using an environmental database management system(EDMS) can provide… Read More

Environmental Database Management System vs Traditional Records Storage

We work in an increasingly technology-based world, where people concerned with environmental stewardship or remediation are learning that an environmental database management system (EDMS) can make their work faster, more accurate and more productive. In fact, an EDMS proves that innovative automation can provide myriad improvements over traditional environmental records storage and retrieval. The traditional way is… Read More

Using An Environmental Database Management System To Stay Organized

Engineers, geologists and hydrogeologists simply have to be well-organized.  You’re handling massive amounts of data that has to be recorded, analyzed, compared and reported in any number of different formats. Everything has to be filed for easy access as well as long-term safe-keeping. An environmental database management system (EDMS) is essentially a centrally located electronic file storage… Read More