Regulatory Compliance Audits
Omni Environmental Group provides its clients with regulatory compliance audits tailored to their facility’s key environmental, health, and safety objectives and requirements. We then deliver customized compliance programs to ensure clients maintain compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.
Typically, regulatory noncompliance results from the improper execution or lack of understanding of environmental regulations, insufficient personnel training, or poor hazard/right-to-know communications. By proactively reviewing the current systems to identify inadequacies, Omni Environmental Group assists facilities in streamlining operations, reducing liabilities, and providing long-term management solutions before larger issues arise.
Regulatory compliance audits conducted by Omni Environmental Group will generally consist of the following:
- A thorough inspection and review of operations at the facility
- Interviews with knowledgeable facility personnel
- Evaluation of records documentation and standard operating procedures
- A comprehensive inventory of oil and/or hazardous materials
- Evaluation of waste streams and waste management practices
- Evaluation of existing hazard communications, right-to-know training programs, and process safety (as applicable)
Based on our findings, our auditors will work directly with a facility to implement corrective actions such as reducing costs and compliance requirements through the reuse, reduction and/or recycling of oil and/or hazardous materials; identifying potential less-toxic alternative material(s); and/or working to modify existing permit requirements with regulatory agencies
Supplementary audit-related services include:
- Process safety program review and plans
- Tier II reporting and data reviews
- Oil and/or hazardous materials management assessments
- Professional consulting services in support of government enforcement actions
We also develop and present training programs tailored to a facility’s specific needs on topics including hazardous waste management, spill prevention/spill response, employee right-to-know, and hazard communications.