Whether it be equipment for chemical processing, HVAC units offshore or personal protection equipment – it is crucial that environmentally critical equipment meets HSE regulation standards and is regularly maintained for optimum performance. The risk of not doing so could be devastating, leading to chemical spills or contamination, the release of dangerous greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere and leave employees exposed to hazardous materials.
It’s that time of year again when licences and permits are coming up for renewal – and, let’s be honest, you’ve been dreading it. This lengthily, drawn out process will undoubtedly swallow up your time, taking you away from daily operations and into paperwork hell. Fear not, it doesn’t have to be this way.
And how does this compare to previous years for your organisation? Working with Hazardous Materials and Chemicals, there is an obligation to be leaders in the minimising of environmental impacts and as such, it is absolutely essential you keep and maintain accurate records relating to waste management.
Not only to meet your legislative responsibilities, but to remain a leader, it’s essential you have the ability to review that information and highlight areas for potential performance Improvement. So what can be done to track waste streams easily and accurately?
What if we told you that by changing one thing about the way you record hazards, you could not only save time but also improve internal processes? Moving to paperless hazard slips for Asbestos Management will be a growing trend throughout 2018 as we see mobile technology becoming further embedded into everyday business activities. There are many benefits of going digital, here are our top three that will compliment your Asbestos Management operations.
Non-conformances are risky business - particularly when aiming to meet environmental requirements – often carrying a heavy fine, or suspension of licence to operate if not resolved promptly. The good news is that there is a simple way to decrease this risk across the board, from waste management processes through to the smallest sample data set.