MT2, the Leading Nationwide Professional Lead Reclamation and Maintenance Contractor for Indoor & Outdoor Firing Ranges, Announces New Range OSHA/EPA Compliance “Audit Defender”.
- Recent range environmental cases and projects have shown that a typical OSHA/EPA regulatory fine is in the range of $250,000-$500,000. source
- Additionally, when the EPA has to step in, range cleanups with their oversight involved are in the $2,000,000-$8,000,000 range.
- By proactively preparing your range for potential audits and issues, you will dramatically reduce the chance of, and liabilities resulting from a negative investigation.
The MT2 Range Compliance OSHA/EPA “Audit-Defender” Package includes:
1. Onsite Industrial Hygiene Assessments
Let us help you better anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control workplace conditions that may cause worker injury or illness. Our most popular services include personal exposure monitoring to assess worker exposure levels to noise, dust, toxic metals, vapors, gases, and heat stress. We also are available to conduct onsite local exhaust ventilation evaluations and offer design assistance.
2. Onsite Safety Audits
Our mock OSHA audits will prepare you for potential OSHA inspections in the future. The MT2 “mock-audits” are performed by a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and/or Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Let us customize an audit specific to your industry and the latest OSHA enforcement initiatives. Our most popular audits include lockout/tagout, machine guarding, trenching, confined spaces, fall protection, recordkeeping, and comprehensive safety.
3. Safety and Health Program Review and Development
Developing site specific work rules, policies, plans, and procedures are the first step to achieving an effective safety and health program. Let our former OSHA staff review your existing programs to better ensure compliance with OSHA requirements. Our most popular program reviews include hearing conservation, lockout/tagout, grain handling, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, respiratory protection, lead management, and heat stress prevention. Customized program and training development is also available to fit your needs.
4. EPA RCRA Hazardous Waste Compliance
All ranges generate lead and possibly other metals-contaminated solid waste resulting from: routine operations, maintenance or renovation and repair activities. Any lead-contaminated solid waste such as protective clothing, air filters, soil, backstop material, decon materials or even building materials may be classified as a RCRA Hazardous waste. The “Peace-of-Mind” package provides you with our RCRA Compliance Performance Promise. When it comes to the EPA: Let MT2 Stand by You.
Our Senior Consultant has a Masters degree in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, is an expert in OSHA compliance assessments and spent seven years as an Industrial Hygienist for the US DOL-OSHA. He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist & Certified Safety Professional and maintains memberships in: American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) and Board of Certified Safety Professional (BCSP). His published work has been presented three times at the prestigious American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition.
Let MT2 experts assist you with your waste management plan to provide the lowest cost and compliant approach that will keep your range operating and protect you from facing company or individual fines and penalties. Remember, as the range owner or operator, you are the generator of lead-impacted waste. You always retain liability for that waste even if you hire a contractor!
Contact MT2 Corporate Offices to connect with one of our Range Engineers today to learn more about our Range Compliance OSHA/EPA “Audit-Defender” Package