EEI CORPORATION EHS ASSESSMENT SERVICES

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These topics will be assessed during the period, as applicable to the facility.

Environmental Topics

Environmental Management System (EMS), General Permitting,

Air Emission and Pollution, Waste Management and Recycling,

Water Resources and Water Pollution, Drinking Water,

Chemical Management and Spill Prevention, UST, AST and other Storage Facilities,

Soil and Groundwater Preservation, Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS),

Transportation and Packaging, MSDS, and Product Registration,

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), Asbestos, and EU legislation (WEEE, RoHS, GHS).

Health and Safety

Health & Safety Management System, Fire Safety, Contractor and Construction Safety,

Noise and Vibration, Machinery and Equipment, In-Plant Safety,

Electrical Safety and Welding, Confined Space Entry and Permit Work,

Industrial Hygiene, Medical surveillance, Ergonomics and Material Handling,

Ventilation, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Respiratory

Protection, and Industry-Specific Topics (i.e. Compressed Gas Management, Process Safety Management)

 

Depending on the size of the facility, estimated cost for a complete assessment of a facility with a final report containing regulatory findings, recommendations for corrective action $ 15,500 – $25,000 per facility.

 

120 Countries, Customization per your Company requirements, All year round delivery schedules, Quality content with user friendly interface and Easy integration into Company systems and structure.

EEI CORPORATION EHS PROTOCOLS AND AUDIT SERVICES

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With the improved formatting in 2013, we have combined the content of two separate Books – Environmental Book and Safety & Health Book. There is a Country Profile, followed by Part I which is an Introduction to Environmental/Safety & Health Laws and Regulations. Part II contains the checklist questions and audit items.

Environmental Book contains – 6 chapters that are contain 14 plus environmental topics (depending on the country and the applicable regulations in place), and each of the 6 chapters contain Part I – Introduction to Environmental Regulations, and Part 2 – Audit Checklist.

Part 1 contains a legal summary and agency information for each chapter topic(s), and provides a good platform for understanding how the countries’ agencies work on different environmental media issues.

Part 2 contains the audit checklist in a table format containing columns topic title and no., audit question, regulatory requirements statement, regulatory citation and guide notes and links to website locations where additional reference information can be found.

Likewise the Safety & Health Book is presented in 4 major chapters that include the 14 topics.
For our annual/biannual updates, we will update 1) the regulatory changes, 2) industry specific needs, and 3) continued improvements in format changes.

We greatly appreciate all our licensees in working with us to continually improve this protocol product and we would especially appreciate the restricted dissemination of our audit tool.

120 Countries, Customization per your Company requirements, All year round delivery schedules, Quality content with user friendly interface and Easy integration into Company systems and structure.

EEI Corporation GLOBAL IH AND ERGONOMICS PROGRAM (2015)

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EEI was founded in 1995, to support global operation in a streamlined process with global manpower for Environmental, Safety and Health Services. EEI is unique in its organization and management structure of subject matter experts (SME’s) that makes up our exclusive Global Network over 5 major continents. EEI pioneered this network structure of the flat world of today that consists of 2100 SME’s, an average of 15 years’ experience, in 700 locations domestically and internationally.

Such structure has ensured the success of our company’s growth that has served all our clients with the very best of the industry subject matter experts (SMEs). With a rigorous Quality Control (QC) program that is integrated with local manpower, EEI has established a wealth of knowledge and experience that far exceeds the norms in this industry. Our layer of Corporate QC Managers ensures that both domestic and international practices are well managed.

To date, EEI has provided services to 80 US Fortune 500 Companies requiring Global EHS Services and Regulatory Compliance Tools (EEI Protocols).

One of EEI specialty services includes Industrial Hygiene (IH) and Ergonomics.

The work is managed under an EEI QC program with supervision of US senior project manager (CIH and CSP) who have 20+ years of experience with US Fortune 500 companies. EEI has a tool – the Industrial Hygiene Suite (module) is part of an overall EHS third party partnering software solution that has passed all necessary specification requirements to ensure data integrity and security and is fully in compliance with industry best known Management practices.

The solution is referred as “EEI Data Centric Solution”. This is web-based IH database with easy access and report generation. EEI has also pre-qualified IH analytical laboratories with large volume pricing. The analytical data will feed into EEI Data Centric Solution.

The overall QC management of IH data resides with EEI, along with the QC verification and validation of documentation for legally defensible recordkeeping.

A strict QC Program is critical component of EEI services.

EEI management practice is geared for international service. You will have access to our best people worldwide who will be work under the direction of one dedicated single point of contact project manager. We recommend a transition phase approach. Initially, we recommend just the Project Manager (CIH/CSP) to do needs assessment and develop a strategy for implementation of comprehensive program.

The IH Project Manager will be supported by a field team made up of either the existing local field contractors or EEI field team, to make the transition easier.

EEI maintains a pool of field level Industrial Hygiene professionals in the lower labor rate countries; as India, Korea, China and Eastern European countries to provide support to higher labor rate countries; as Germany, Switzerland, France, UK and the Scandinavian Countries. The Industrial Hygiene project will be supervised by a senior US senior Project Manager (CIH/PE/CSP) for the critical QC oversight. The team offers consistent program support for your multinational operation.

All equipment for sampling, all analytical work, and field monitoring work will have a chain of custody, daily log, and proper calibration validation as part of the final report. Without the backup documentation, the final report will not be approved. The storage of reports, analytical data, and daily logs are stored in easily to find mode.

EEI Strategy with Important Advantages – 4

  1. Senior Project Manager CIH/CSP/PE from the US available as the Single Point of Contact for your worldwide facilities’ ESH program, on an as needed basis, to implement consistent program with corporate oversight. This person can transition and be dedicated to your program under the Staff Augmentation program if preferred.
  2. Field support and local expertise at lower prices for certain regions that apply.
  3. Web based data management and report generation tool.
  4. Statistical review and analysis of all data collected in the report, upon such request. This provides excellent legal defense.

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Ergonomic Program Consultation

Part 1: At least 3 weeks before site visit

Preparation work will require review of 3 years of injury and illness data along with accident reports and costs. Client will also provide a contact person who will be able to answer any questions on the data.

Client will provide a map of site and indicate where different operations are performed.

Client will select an ergonomics team to work with consultant.

Part 2: Site Visit Week

Day 1 – Meet with team, review injury and illness data and prioritize areas to evaluate. Consultant will provide initial ergonomics training. Consultant and team will begin workplace evaluation.

Day 2 – Consultant and team will explore what systems are already in place to evaluate, control and manage workplace hazards. Team members will perform specific workplace evaluations independent from consultant.

Day 3 – Review of independent evaluations with entire team and consultant. Consultant and team will identify metrics to measure progress as well as processes such as purchasing guidelines that need to be implemented to ensure continued progress in reducing illness an injury rate. Workplace evaluations will continue with team and consultant working together.

Day 4 – Review workplace evaluations from previous day. Identify areas where employee training is necessary and meet with areas of the organization that are critical for implementation of corrective processes. Review policy and procedures to make sure they support identified interventions.

Day 5 – Conduct employee training. Summarize findings and make sure everyone understands roles and responsibilities to fully implement the identified changes.

Part 3: After site visit

Formal Report will be submitted within 1 week.

Consultant will be available to work with team members through e-mail and conferencing to improve environmental health and safety performance.

Team members will implement the program developed with consultant and can confer with the consultant on matters that need to be addressed.

Typical Cost

Total of 5-7 days with 1 day for preparation, 3-5 days on site depending on facility size, and 1 day for final report submission. The daily rate $1,000/day for more than 5 sites is, but $1,200/day for single facility.

ERGONOMICS COURSE DESCRIPTION

  1. Ergonomics Program Development

This webinar puts ergonomics programs in the context of national and international performance standards including ISO 9000 and 14000, the quality and environmental consensus standards, and ANSI Z-10. , the American occupational health and safety management standard, among others. Participants will explore principles of workplace design, components of successful program, common barriers to program implementation, and how to get started. Those who are responsible for protecting employee health and safety, for maintaining sustainable operations, and for developing cooperation and communication among various groups within an organization will learn how ergonomics program development can further their goals.

  1. Ergonomics Cost Justification and Recordkeeping

This webinar explores the reasons why ergonomics is important to an organization including, increasing productivity and quality, reducing costs and complying with regulations. Different methodologies such as cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses, payback time and the changing value of money are discussed. Those who are responsible for doing more with less, improving employee wellness and morale, reducing absenteeism and turnover, addressing the costs of illness and injury, and improving the bottom line will sharpen old skills and develop new tools at this webinar.

COURSE STRUCTURE

Each of these webinars is designed and delivered over our EEI LIVE WEB in a 3 hour program, including question and discussion. EEI LIVE WEB is always synchronous and user friendly, enabling students to interact and view previous related Q/As.

Students are able to take the webinars sequentially or as standalone events, giving them flexibility in time and cost.

COURSE TOPICS 

  1. Ergonomics Program Development 

Knowledge

– Human Physiology and Psychology

– design Principles

History of Program Development

– General standards

– Existing ergonomics standards

Developing Your Own Program

  1. Ergonomics Cost Justification and Recordkeeping 

Knowledge

– determining cost and benefit

– changing value of money

– integrating risk

Metrics

– Recordkeeping

– How do you measure success?

Developing your own bottom line

EEI Corporation, new Environment Country Specific Formatting

Drop Falling into WaterEEI’s new formatting has now combined the content of Books 1, 2 and 3 into one single volume that now contains a Country Profile, Environmental Section and Safety & Health Section.

EEI’s new formatting is far superior for the end user allowing for easy information gathering and streamlines the efficiency to conduct a smoother and more productive audit.

The new formatting Introduction is the Country Profile, thereafter; there are 10 Chapters in total that cover all the Environmental and Safety & Health (including Industrial Hygiene) topics.

  1. Environmental Section contains – 6 chapters that are contain 14 plus environmental topics (depending on the country and the applicable regulations in place), and each of the 6 chapters contain Part I – Introduction to Environmental Regulations, and Part 2 –
  2. Audit Checklist. The topics covered are listed below.

Environmental Management System (EMS)

General Permitting

Air Emission and Pollution

Waste Management and Recycling

Water Resources and Water Pollution

Drinking Water

Chemical Management and Spill Prevention

UST, AST and other Storage Facilities

Soil and Groundwater Preservation

Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)

Transportation and Packaging

MSDS, and Product Registration

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), Asbestos

EU legislation (WEEE, RoHS, GHS)

 

Part 1 contains a legal summary and agency information for each chapter topic(s), and provides a good platform for understanding how the countries’ agencies work on different environmental media issues.

Part 2 contains the audit checklist in a table format containing columns topic title and no., audit question, regulatory requirements statement, regulatory citation and guide notes and links to website locations where additional reference information can be found.

  1. Likewise the Safety & Health Section is presented in 4 major chapters that include the following topics.

Health & Safety Management System

Fire Safety

Contractor and Construction Safety

Noise and Vibration

Machinery and Equipment

In-Plant Safety

Electrical Safety and Welding

Confined Space Entry and Permit Work

Industrial Hygiene

Medical surveillance

Ergonomics and Material Handling

Ventilation

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Respiratory Protection, and

Industry-specific topics (i.e. Compressed Gas Management, Process Safety Management)

 

As in the Environmental Section, each chapter has a Part 1 and a Part 2.

  1. For our annual update, we will update 1) the regulatory changes, 2) industry specific needs, and 3) improvements in format changes. Therefore, please do not hesitate to communicate with EEI with your suggestions after each use. We greatly appreciate all our licensees in working with us to continually improve this protocol product and we would especially appreciate the restricted dissemination of our audit tool.

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EEI’s Industrial Hygiene and Ergonomics Program

A strict QC Program is a critical component of EEI services.

EEI’s management style is geared for international service. You will have access to our best people worldwide who will be work under the direction of one dedicated single point of contact project manager. We recommend a transition phase approach. Initially, we recommend just the Project Manager (CIH/CSP) to do needs assessment and develop a strategy for implementation of comprehensive program. The IH Project Manager will be supported by a field team made up of either the existing local field contractors or EEI field team, to make the transition easier.

EEI maintains a pool of field level Industrial Hygiene professionals in the lower labor rate countries; as India, Korea, China and Eastern European countries to provide support to higher labor rate countries; as Germany, Switzerland, France, UK and the Scandinavian Countries. The Industrial Hygiene project will be supervised by a senior US senior Project Manager (CIH/PE/CSP) for the critical QC oversight. The team offers consistent program support for your multinational operation.

All equipment for sampling, analytical and field monitoring work will have a chain of custody, daily log, and proper calibration validation as part of the final report. Without the backup documentation, the final report will not be approved. The storage of reports, analytical data, and daily logs are stored in easily to find mode.

EEI Strategy with Important Advantages

1.    Senior Project Manager CIH/CSP/PE from the US available as the Single Point of Contact for your worldwide facilities’ ESH program, on an as needed basis, to implement consistent program with corporate oversight. This person can transition and be dedicated to your program under the Staff Augmentation program if preferred.
2.    Field support and local expertise at lower prices for certain regions that apply.
3.    Web based data management and report generation tool.
4.    Statistical review and analysis of all data collected in the report, upon such request. This provides excellent legal defense.
5.    BEST pricing to match any other vendor.

*EEI performs an ergonomic program consultation several weeks prior to the audit.

*EEI also provides an ergonomics course overview.

    For more information, visit www.eeicorp.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

You can also join EEI’s LinkedIn Group – EEI Environment, Health and Safety Talk – to be apart of EHS discussions and polls!

Providing EHS Audit Services for the end of the year and beyond…

For nearly 20 years, EEI Corporation has been a top global provider in Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) consulting services and solutions. We service over 100 countries and regions on five continents – more than any other EHS audit service and protocol provider in the industry. Our trademark EHS protocols and checklists have allowed our clients to conduct audits with the utmost accuracy and ease.

Our proven track record of success has enabled us to grow the EEI Global Network to include over 2,000 local subject matter experts and amass a client list of more than 80 Fortune 500 companies. Our dynamic group of subject matter experts (SMEs) come highly qualified in various areas of EHS, well-versed in local languages, and are available on short notice. Our staff augmentation program gives you the option of hiring skilled professionals from one week to one year depending on your EHS needs. Our quality control managers work with the SMEs to develop and update our trademark protocols on an annual basis. We provide bilingual protocols for select countries to address the regional and local requirements.

EEI is able to provide extensive EHS services to companies through our unique Global Network operations and partners. Sample topics that we address include:

– Solid Toxic, and Hazardous Waste Management
– Pollution Technology, Abatement, and Monitoring
– Energy Audits
– Industrial Hygiene
– Occupational Health and Safety Regulatory Compliance Audits
– Public Health
– Process Safety Management
– Fire Protection Engineering and Life Safety Audits
– Building Code Compliance Inspections
– Emergency Response Planning
– Security and Counter Terrorism Vulnerability Assessment and Training
– Food Safety Assessment and Training
– Radiation Safety

We offer comprehensive EHS training programs to empower your company’s employees to have a better understanding of their responsibilities. Our training is available in a variety of formats to help manage costs for a worldwide audience: Customized On-site Training, EEI Live Webinars, and E-Learning Training.

EEI Corporation can provide your company with all EHS needs. We have an extensive project history, skilled manpower available on short notice, top audit and protocol pricing, and the flexibility and experience to respond quickly and efficiently to all requests. We invite you to visit our website at www.eeicorp.com.

 

EEI’s GLOBAL IH AND ERGONOMICS PROGRAM – 2014

EEI was founded in 1995, to support global operation in a streamlined process with global manpower for Environmental, Safety and Health Services. EEI is unique in its organization and management structure of subject matter experts (SME’s) that makes up our exclusive Global Network over 5 major continents. EEI pioneered this network structure of the flat world of today that consists of 2100 SME’s, an average of 15 years’ experience, in 700 locations domestically and internationally.

Such structure has ensured the success of our company’s growth that has served all our clients with the very best of the industry subject matter experts (SMEs). With a rigorous Quality Control (QC) program that is integrated with local manpower, EEI has established a wealth of knowledge and experience that far exceeds the norms in this industry.  Our layer of Corporate QC Managers ensures that both domestic and international practices are well managed.

To date, EEI has provided services to 80 US Fortune 500 Companies requiring Global EHS Services and Regulatory Compliance Tools (EEI Protocols).

One of EEI specialty services includes Industrial Hygiene (IH) and Ergonomics.

The work is managed under an EEI QC program with supervision of US senior project manager (CIH and CSP) who have 20+ years of experience with US Fortune 500 companies.  EEI has a tool – the Industrial Hygiene Suite (module) is part of an overall EHS third party partnering software solution that has passed all necessary specification requirements to ensure data integrity and security and is fully in compliance with industry best known Management practices.

The solution is referred as “EEI Data Centric Solution”. This is web-based IH database with easy access and report generation. EEI has also pre-qualified IH analytical laboratories with large volume pricing. The analytical data will feed into EEI Data Centric Solution.

The overall QC management of IH data resides with EEI, along with the QC verification and validation of documentation for legally defensible recordkeeping.

A strict QC Program is critical component of EEI services.

EEI management practice is geared for international service. You will have access to our best people worldwide who will be work under the direction of one dedicated single point of contact project manager. We recommend a transition phase approach. Initially, we recommend just the Project Manager (CIH/CSP) to do needs assessment and develop a strategy for implementation of comprehensive program.

The IH Project Manager will be supported by a field team made up of either the existing local field contractors or EEI field team, to make the transition easier.

EEI maintains a pool of field level Industrial Hygiene professionals in the lower labor rate countries; as India, Korea, China and Eastern European countries to provide support to higher labor rate countries; as Germany, Switzerland, France, UK and the Scandinavian Countries. The Industrial Hygiene project will be supervised by a senior US senior Project Manager (CIH/PE/CSP) for the critical QC oversight. The team offers consistent program support for your multinational operation.

All equipment for sampling, all analytical work, and field monitoring work will have a chain of custody, daily log, and proper calibration validation as part of the final report. Without the backup documentation, the final report will not be approved. The storage of reports, analytical data, and daily logs are stored in easily to find mode.

EEI Strategy with Important Advantages – 4

  1. Senior Project Manager CIH/CSP/PE from the US available as the Single Point of Contact for your worldwide facilities’ ESH program, on an as needed basis, to implement consistent program with corporate oversight. This person can transition and be dedicated to your program under the Staff Augmentation program if preferred.
  2. Field support and local expertise at lower prices for certain regions that apply.
  3. Web based data management and report generation tool.
  4. Statistical review and analysis of all data collected in the report, upon such request. This provides excellent legal defense.

 

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