Why Recruiting is an Integral Part of Client Satisfaction


By: Bethany Evans

The secret to our company’s success? Our people. We place as much emphasis on hiring the right people as we do on delivering a quality service to our clients, on time and on budget. We are committed to building a high performance team that can drive a more engaging and gratifying client experience.

At EHS Support we offer careers, not jobs. From the employee’s date of hire, they are given the opportunity to take a look at their personal ...

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EHS Support Presents at Air and Waste Management Association’s (AWMA) Oil and Gas Environmental Compliance Conference

EHS Support’s Technical Experts, Tom Silverman, Remediation Service Line Leader and Tom Biksey, Risk Assessment Service Line Leader, gave presentations to the attendees of the Air and Waste Management Association’s (AWMA) Oil & Gas Conference in May.

A brief overview of each of the topics presented is outlined below:

Drilling Mud and Cuttings Assessment and Management Options Evaluation

Drilling muds and cuttings are a major waste stream produced during upstream oil and gas development with strict regulatory requirements often resulting in high cost ...

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CONTRACTORS & TEMPORARY PERSONNEL: Who’s Responsible for Safety?

By: Monica Meyer

Headlines:

New Jersey: Temporary worker died in fall after being caught in a sorter.
San Francisco: Temporary worker at a facility that sorts packages died after being crushed by equipment.
Illinois: Temporary worker died after forklift he was operating fell between truck and dock.

Headlines like these are far too common and ever increasing.  Not surprisingly, there is a growing body of research showing temporary workers are at greater risk of workplace injury and illness than non-temps. The research points ...

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West Virginia Chemical Spill: How will it affect regulatory requirements and M&A transactions?


By: Bruce Martin

On January 9, 2014, approximately 10,000 gallons of the hazardous chemical substance 4-methylcyclohexane methanol (“MCHM”), a chemical used in the coal industry to “wash” coal before it is burned, leaked from a storage tank at Freedom Industries facility and flowed into the Elk River in West Virginia.  The release travelled 1.5 miles downstream to a water treatment plant, and contaminated a great deal the public drinking water supply. The 300,000 residents, schools, restaurants, and businesses in Charleston ...

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What’s the recipe for your Culture?


By: Bethany Evans

Corporate Culture.  It’s researched, reviewed, contemplated, then analyzed, written about, and talked about. How do some companies get it so right and how do some go so wrong? Is it really such an elusive concept to treat your employees and your clients well? We don’t think so either.

For EHS Support it’s simple.  Adhere to a set of company values that align with our personal values, and use a set of operating principles that guide us in our ...

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