The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) was passed by the United States Congress in 1976, providing the EPA with authority to require reporting, recordkeeping and testing requirements, and restrictions relating to chemical substances and/or mixtures.
40 years after, the Lautenberg Act was signed into law on June 22, 2016, requiring the EPA to conduct formal reviews of new and existing chemical substances in commerce and determine whether a substance presents an unreasonable risk of injury to health or the environment under the conditions of use.
Antea Group spotlights Angie Stagg, one of its key account leaders based in Minnesota. Angie loves to consult internationally and has a very impressive portfolio, from working with local women in Kenya to meeting with representatives of global companies.
Read what Angie has to say about being successful, working at Antea Group, and more.
The acquisition of the Polish subsidiary of Tractebel-Engie by Antea Group has been officially completed. Last year, the engineering and consultancy firm announced that it intended to acquire the Polish consultancy firm.
Engaged employees are the key drivers of building a culture around health and safety. But how can you “sell” EHS to your employees and make it easy for them to participate, if you don’t have a big budget?
Read Antea Group’s blog for some economical but fun ways to bring EHS to the forefront of your organization!
In a global company, an EHS manager faces challenges in trying to comply with EHS regulations that are local to each facility location— lack of input from local experts, different languages laws are presented in, no first-hand experience of the location, or no understanding of cultural nuances.
How to Address Environment, Health, and Safety Regulations When Opening A New Facility
Opening a facility in the U.S. can be fraught with compliance risk—companies need to have all bases covered, including environment, health, and safety (EHS) concerns. The list of regulations is quite long and they can be complex.
Antea Group's blog has a compilation of the top regulatory concerns that may be key to obtain a license to operate and start doing business in the United States. Save time and money and read before you proceed.
Environmental sustainability is simply part of doing business in a climate change world. From reducing energy usage and water waste to improving recycling and reuse efforts, companies large and small have implemented tactics and strategies to reduce their carbon footprints.
Our blog brings you some of those stories to not only honor their work, but also inspire your own efforts.