Excelsior, MN -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/22/2015 -- Environmental Compliance (EPA) is an umbrella term for numerous regulatory compliance issues. Frequently, privately held manufacturers need assistance in specific areas such as the Superfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act (SARA).
40 CFR 300-374 means compliance experts request applicable information, compile a chemical assessment spreadsheet, and complete threshold determinations. Additionally, SARA – Tier II Reporting (SARA Sections 302, 311 and 312) requires a detailed review hazards to determine reportable chemicals, evaluation of storage thresholds, complete Tier II, HMBP, HMIS forms, and submission of final Tier II reports to client for review and submission.
SARA – Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting (SARA Section 313) has third party compliance experts evaluate reporting thresholds, calculate waste, air and water releases, determine recycling quantities and locations, determine waste recovery quantities, complete Form R/A Reports and submit final Form R/A Reports to client for review and submission.
SARA – Spill Reporting (SARA Section 314) requires a complete a spill assessment as well as generating spill report documentation to appropriate agencies, if required. Experts must also provide required follow-up to applicable agencies and submit spill report to client for filing.
About U.S. Compliance Corp
Privately held manufacturing firms must attain and sustain environmental, health, and safety compliance. Manufacturers rely heavily on employees to make the business productive and profitable. Lost workdays due to sickness or injury quickly diminish profits; employees want to know manufacturers care about their health and safety. U.S. Compliance Corp helps manufacturers avoid non-compliance lawsuits and fines by partnering and creating a customized program, practical to implement, easy to follow, and preventing workers' comp claims or costly citations.
Manufacturers with $25M-$250M in annual revenue have the same requirements to keep up with the latest government regulations. U.S. Compliance Corp has over 25 years of experience keeping more than 1,000 customers across the U.S. and Canada compliant with OSHA and environmental laws.
Manufacturers must keep innovating, making better and dynamic products, while U.S. Compliance Corp keeps track of the changing regulations.
Outsourcing this vital function to experts ensures manufacturers stay on top of the requirements and provide implementation and documentation of safety and compliance programs.
U.S. Compliance Corp (http://www.uscompliance.com/smartcompliance) offers Compliance Fundamentals services providing valuable, on-going compliance support for OSHA and/or Environmental regulations. Highly qualified specialists work at clients' manufacturing facilities and lead employees in interactive compliance trainings. On-site employee trainings are scheduled to evaluate manufacturing plant sites and complete the necessary OSHA and environmental reports. Follow U.S. Compliance Corp on Twitter at @US_Compliance; contact U.S. Compliance Corp at (888) 897-8681.
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