EndPoint personnel have worked for manufacturing and petroleum distribution facilities in New England, providing a range of environmental, health and safety (EHS) compliance assistance to facility managers in the following areas:

  • Building decontamination and certification
  • Development of Environmental Management Systems consistent with ISO 14000 guidelines
  • Regulatory applicability analyses
  • Air, water and solid (hazardous and non-hazardous) waste permitting
  • Air, water and solid waste reporting
  • SARA Title III reporting (Tier I, Tier II, and Form R)
  • Waste minimization and management compliance
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWP3)
  • Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC)
  • Integrated Contingency Plans (ICP-One Plan)
  • Waste Minimization Plans
  • Permit and non-compliance negotiations with regulators
  • Facility EHS audit/compliance assessments and training
  • Monitoring of wastewater pretreatment systems and air emission control equipment
  • Hazardous material emergency response oversight
  • OSHA worker exposure evaluation and monitoring

Our broad understanding of federal, state, and international regulations in combination with our direct experience in EHS management and compliance enables us to effectively work with facility managers in helping with an array of complex regulatory requirements. Our approach consists of first, providing a protocol to help ensure that internal evaluations thoroughly identify all regulatory requirements for the facility, and second, developing concise procedures for information gathering, tracking regulatory changes, developing good management practices, and maintaining compliance with applicable regulations.