Regulations and risk management concerns can change frequently. Let us help with industry leading Environmental Health & Safety Planning.
FACS Environmental Health and Safety Management programs address services related to the development, management, implementation, and audit of customized environmental health & safety programs. If you’re tired of searching for a “certified industrial hygienist near me,” we’ve some good news: look no further.
We work with clients to create custom-tailored Environmental Health & Safety programs to address regulatory compliance requirements and non-regulatory risk management concerns. Our experts also assist with the implementation of EHS program elements at the site and system-wide levels. Support elements include training, routine inspections, equipment performance evaluations, and program compliance audits.
You can count on FACS for environmental testing services, health and safety plans for construction sites, industrial hygiene services, environmental safety plans, and more.
Key Agents & Issues
- Injury & Illness Prevention
- Hazard Communication
- Respiratory Protection
- Chemical Hygiene Plan
- Hearing Conservation
- Job Hazard Analysis
- Process Safety Analysis/Management
- Laboratory Safety
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Site Specific Health & Safety Plans
- Contractor Safety
- Safety Inspection
- Fall Safety
- Incident Investigation
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Environmental Health & Safety Training
- Machine Guarding
- Hot Work/Hot Permits
- Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
- Environmental Stewardship
- Health & Safety for the Cannabis Industry
- Waste Characterization for Soil
Forensic Analytical’s professionalism, responsiveness and attention to detail have set the standard by which we judge other service providers and consultants used by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.Randy Conner
Director Risk & Safety Management, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Mercury Contamination Remediation Under California DTSC Regulations
Inspection by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) discovered hazardous levels of mercury in a section of an electronics waste recycling plant. Management was ordered to shut down that part of the operation and develop a plan to address the situation…See the full case study