OSHA, US Environmental Protection Agency and various state and local regulatory agencies are out there – waiting to pay you a visit. When they do, will your permits, policies and training be up to date, avoiding thousands of dollars in fines? Printing Industries Alliance Environmental, Health and Safety services can support your staff with experience, training and technical knowledge.
Need a fresh look at your firm’s OSHA/Environmental compliance programs? Federal and state regulatory agencies have been active and you can’t afford the fines that are being handed out or the time it takes to get into compliance by yourself.
Did you know that many OSHA and Environmental regulations call for mandatory compliance training? This includes:
Lift Truck Operating
Hazardous Waste Handling ....and more
Other training programs are not mandated but just make good sense. They lower accident rates and workers’ compensation premiums. This includes:
OSHA 10-Hour Course for Printers
Requirements for air, water, waste disposal permits are complex and ever-changing. Don’t let a change in permit requirements that you don’t hear about, end up costing you thousands.
PIA staff can assist you in determining what permits you need and help you compile the information required to complete the application.
Got a question for OSHA, EPA, New York DEC, New Jersey DEP or Pennsylvania DEP? Let us ask it. The last thing you want to do is call a regulatory agency with a question – you will have an inspector at your door shortly thereafter. A call from PIA is anonymous and we can assist you in getting organized, understanding what you need to do, and doing it.
Printing Industries Alliance sponsors periodic training programs designed to keep members abreast of the latest compliance challenges and assist in making a visit from a regulatory agency as painless as possible.
Past programs have included presentations by industry experts and even representatives from OSHA and other regulatory agencies.
These programs are designed to give you practical industry specific information to keep you out of trouble.
Need a written Hazard Communication program or a Lockout/Tagout policy? How about a model Emergency Evacuation Plan? OSHA says you do and you better be in compliance with the latest requirements.
How about a Hazard Assessment form for Personal Protective Equipment or an SOP for Confined Space Entry? Printing Industries Alliance has all of these and more!
Printing Industry Support