Environmental violations carry large fines and often include property damage, illnesses, and negative publicity.  Du-All Safety employs a team of professionals who specialize in preparing environmental compliance documentation such as permits, written programs, and policies and procedures to maintain compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Environmental services offered from Du-All Safety are summarized below.

Air Quality

Du-All Safety provides clients with valuable assistance in understanding and complying with air quality regulations. Our compliance specialists are available to answer questions about compliance for your particular operation, including applicable regulations, record keeping, permitting, and indoor air quality.

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Most environmental deficiencies are due to the lack of awareness of current requirements and new regulations.  Du-All Safety employs a team of Environmental Professionals who specialize in assessing our client’s environmental compliance and detailing the status of the required environmental programs, permits and training.  This provides our clients with the opportunity to proactively address deficiencies, rather than reacting to an environmental disaster or regulatory inspection.  The comprehensive environmental assessment can be conducted as a standalone project, or in conjunction with the Safety Assessment.

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Hazardous Mat. and Waste

Navigating the rules and regulations for proper handling and disposal of hazardous materials, universal wastes, medical wastes and other regulated materials can be a complex and daunting task. Du-All Safety offers training and written programs to maintain compliance with both federal and state regulations. Du-All Safety is also available to assist in Facility Closures.

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Chapter 6.95 of California Health and Safety Code and Title 19, Division 2, of the California Code of Regulations require facilities that use or store hazardous materials at or above reporting thresholds, to prepare and submit a Hazardous Materials Business Plan. These quantities are 55 gallons for liquids, 500 pounds for solids and 200 cubic feet (at standard temperature and pressure) for compressed gases. Examples of hazardous materials include flammable liquids and solids, motor oil, gasoline and diesel fuel, pool chemicals, paints, and fertilizers. Du-All Safety is available to assist in the development and implementation of the HMBP for your facility.

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A Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC) is required by the Federal and California EPAs for facilities that have an aggregate aboveground storage of “oils” greater than 1,320 gallons. The aggregate storage includes tanks and drums greater than 55-gallons. Typical substances include new and used waste oil, gasoline, diesel fuel, hydraulic oil and transmission fluid. The SPCC Plan details management practices and engineering controls in place to prevent a release of petroleum. Du-All also provides SPCC training.

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SWPPP & Wastewater

Storm water and wastewater discharge is one of the most common compliance issues facing the public and private sector today. Federal, state, and local requirements may vary, so it is imperative that your program is designed specifically for each of your locations. Du-All Safety provides clients with support in the development and implementation of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans, best management practices, and wastewater permits.

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Underground Storage Tanks

Underground Storage Tank (UST) regulations apply to all owners and operators of UST systems containing regulated substances. Regulated substances typically include, but are not limited to, used oil, gasoline, diesel fuel, motor oil, automatic transmission fluid, and solvents. Du-All Safety assists clients with the development of UST programs; including spill response plans, monitoring plans, and other documentation that is required for permitting. Du-All Safety is also available to be a Third Party Designated UST Operator for your facility.

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For a custom tailored safety program or evaluation, contact Mike Connelly.

(510) 651-8289

Facilities with aboveground storage of “oils” such as gasoline, diesel fuel, and motor oil must meet updated spill prevention control and countermeasures (SPCC) plan requirements.

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