Ask the Expert – Nick Barclay

Nick Barclay is a licensed professional engineer with a decade of experience in engineering project management, design, system installation, and operations and maintenance. He has worked with both private and public sector clients, including federal entities, such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and U.S. Department of Energy. What do

EHS Support’s Growing Engineering Team

Effective remediation strategies require practical and workable solutions guided by science, grounded in hands-on experience, and driven by innovation. EHS Support’s Remediation team is made up of experienced professionals who are passionate about their work and committed to providing the next generation of remedial solutions. By taking the time to conduct a thorough analysis, we

Future Scientists Pave the Way!

Grab a look into the future with these young scientists at work! This curious team of 5th graders are working on a way to address the paper shortage by testing out eco-friendly and cost- friendly alternatives to the paper development process. Bethany Evans, EHS Support’s Chief Performance Officer, opened up her kitchen as an experiment

CLIENT ALERT: EPA Approves Use of Revised E1527-21 Standard for Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

The new ASTM standard (ASTM E1527-21) for Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) was published in November 2021. On December 15, 2022, USEPA published a direct final rule approving the new standard for conducting the all appropriate inquiry (AAI) component for potential liability protections under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). With

New Year, New Career

With the New Year just around the corner, you’re probably thinking about making some big changes to improve your health, happiness, and professional goals. If one of these changes involves your career, you’ll want to make sure you have all your ducks in a row before hitting the job market. That said, here are a

Safety Tips for The Holidays

Here at EHS Support, we take safety pretty seriously (it’s in our name, for cryin’ out loud). And when it comes to the Holidays, safety is something we all need to be thinking about. Whether you’re out doing a little shopping or at home decorating the tree, you should always be mindful of the potential

Ten Tips for De-Stressing in December

December can be a wonderful time of the year as we prepare to celebrate the holidays with friends and family. Unfortunately, it can also be an incredibly stressful time when you feel overwhelmed with everything you have to accomplish. With so much to do, it can be easy to forget to take care of yourself.

This is Why We Inspect. This is Why We Audit.

A husband/father lost his life while on the job. On November 22, 2022, a hotel maintenance worker didn’t come home to his family after work. According to the Ann Arbor, Michigan Fire Department, the worker was found unresponsive the next day in the boiler room where he was confirmed dead. Authorities concluded that the cause

Ask the Expert – Jessica Myer

Project Compliance Specialist Jessica Myer, CHMM, is an environmental manager with well over 15 years of experience driving compliance in a variety of industries. A leader for culture change, she works to ensure company success through employee empowerment and engagement in compliance. What do you like best about the work you do?  The best part