Incidental Spill Management & Tracking:
In the event of a small scale release, it can be difficult for non-environmental personnel to determine the proper safety procedures and means to clean up the spill.
It is extremely important to have a plan in place to be able to make the correct decision when responding to these types of incidents. Not only is the health and safety of your employees at risk, cleaning up a regulated release without the proper training may result in costly OSHA violations. In addition, incorrect reporting or neglect to report these incidents to the proper agencies can result in additional fines.
As a solution to protect your company from governmental fines and your employees from injury, ERTS provides Incidental Spill Tracking and Management. In the event of a hazardous release, your employees can call ERTS 24/7/365. Our experienced, certified project managers will verify if company personnel can clean up the release in compliance with all OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations; determine whether the release can be cleaned up by company personnel and verify if they are in compliance with all OSHA, EPA, and DOT regulations. ERTS will also provide emergency response and regulatory reporting only if it is determined necessary and ensure that you are in compliance with all DOT and OSHA regulations. Our exclusive Patent Pending Alerts System effectively databases incident details for indefinite tracking. Tracking your environmental incidents through ERTS can help your company avoid future liability.
In order to make the most informed decision, ERTS will request the following at the time of the call:
- Bill of Lading
- Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) available
- Size and location of spill