Federal oil pollution prevention regulations, as found in 40 CFR Part 112, require that any facility that stores over one million gallons of oil must consider whether they need to develop a Facility Response Plan, or FRP. These oils can consist of a variety of petroleum and non-petroleum products.
To find out more and to read about exceptions to this rule, read Antea Group's new blog.
Healthy, safe, and engaged employees are productive employees. And productive employees drive businesses forward and bolster bottom lines. But as an EHS professional, how can you convince your executives of this and help them make the value connection?
Antea Group has four tips to help you communicate with your C-Suite and promote EHS at your organization.
Ongoing learning is essential for every EHS professional but in-person learning opportunities may take more time and money than you are willing to ordinarily spend. The solution to this is live and on-demand environment, health, and safety webinars.
Changes to Physical and Health Hazard Classifications
Tier II reports detail materials stored on-site over a certain quantity threshold that a city, state, and/or federal agency has set. These reports typically include facility contact information, chemical name, storage information, and the hazards associated with each chemical.
Reports are due by March 1. Don’t wait until the last week of February to start, read Antea Group’s tips and get a jump-start on your Tier II report!
Antea Group is a founding member of the Inogen Environmental Alliance—a global network of EHS&S consultancies that work together to provide environmental, health and safety solutions to multinational clients around the world.
According to a recent release from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were 45,800 fewer recordable workplace injuries and illnesses reported by employers in 2017. And according to EHS Today, data also shows that there’s been a steady improvement rate across industry sectors for the last 14 years