Massachusetts has implemented new Board of Fire Prevention Regulations (527 CMR 33.00) for facilities that process hazardous materials. With deadlines as early as June 1, it's a good idea to make sure you know how to get your facility in compliance.
Owners and operators of reciprocating internal combustion engines, such as generators - both emergency and
non-emergency generators: read on to learn what's required and how to make sure your facility is in compliance
Tier II reports are due to the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC), Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), and your local fire department on March 1, 2013. This reporting requirement applies to all types of facilities, including manufacturing facilities, municipalities, retail establishments, schools, hospitals, maintenance garages, and leased tenant space. Click through to learn more!
OSHA anticipates that the adoption of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) into the revised Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) will prevent an estimated 43 workplace deaths and 585 injuries and illnesses each year. Read on to find out how the standard change affects your business.
On Thursday, September 20th, GeoInsight employees, clients, and vendors participated in a golf tournament at the Wachusett Country Club, in West Boylston, MA, raising over $2,200 in donations to benefit the Middletown, Connecticut based The Connection Fund and Hallie House for Women and Children.
We sent four of our Connecticut office's best to the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM) annual convention this year. Click through to learn more about CCM and the four specialists that represented GeoInsight at the conference.
GeoInsight Compliance Specialists Suzanne Pisano, P.E., and Brian Kisiel, P.G. are exhibiting at NNECERAPPA's Fall Conference at Colby College in Waterville, ME. Want to learn what all those letters stand for? Click through and read more!