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A Defined Process for Success


  • Developing, implementing, and/or evaluating corporate sustainability programs
  • Designing, developing and implementing EHS Management Systems programs
  • Conducting, designing, and/or managing EHS audit/compliance assurance programs
  • Conducting multi-media EHS compliance audits
  • Conducting third party audits at treatment and disposal facilities to identify compliance risks for waste generators
  • Conducting EHS Management Systems gap assessments and system conformance assessments
  • Conducting environmental site assessments in support of due diligence activities related to property transactions
  • Conducting sustainability program gap assessments
  • Developing legal requirements registries and compliance calendars
  • Developing and implementing standard operating procedures related to EHS programs, including regulated waste management, stormwater management, chemical management, hazard communications
  • Preparing and delivering personnel training programs related to EHS programs such as hazardous waste management, emergency response plans, stormwater pollution prevention, hazard communications, HAZWOPER, and access to medical records


  • Identifying federal and state environmental permits and requirements applicable to operations
  • Supporting the air emissions, waste water discharge, and storm water discharge permit application, modification, and implementation process
  • Developing environmental control plans (e.g., spill prevention, stormwater protection, chemical management, waste contingency plans)
  • Providing regulatory agency reporting and notifications support related to waste management, chemical management and storage, air emissions permits, and water discharge permits
  • Identifying and implementing pollution prevention projects
  • Providing guidance on proper hazardous materials management
  • Providing routine on-site EHS regulatory support to ensure site specific regulatory requirements are being met. Activities include: conducting regular inspections, collecting permit required data, reporting, performing permit compliance tasks, providing personnel training, communicating EHS performance, and preparing agency correspondence and notifications.
  • Utilizing tools to identify gaps in sustainability programs and initiatives
  • Identifying material issues and stakeholders
  • Providing support related to GRI reporting standards
  • Working together to determine the necessary report content and to communicate progress toward achieving goals
  • Evaluating risks to employees in the workplace and on construction sites
  • Identifying and implementing control methods to reduce exposure
  • Conducting industrial hygiene monitoring
  • Conducting documented job hazard analysis
  • PA Dept of Labor and Industry Qualified Safety Committee Instructor
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