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Are You Noticing These 3 EHS Compliance Red Flags?

Posted by Alex Chamberlain


EHS Compliance Management red flagsIs your Environmental, Health & Safety department showing signs of distress? Despite your best efforts, compliance management could be creating inefficiencies in your EHS department, resulting in missed deadlines, increased fines, and headaches for everyone on your team. 

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Texas EHS Compliance and Emissions Management: TERP Grants

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

If the cost of managing your air emissions is starting to affect your bottom line, or if your equipment is so out of date that upgrading it would put your EHS Department in the red, it could be time to consider applying for one of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan program grants.

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Topics: Oil & Gas

GLCmax Calculations: 5 tips to Master ESL Compliance

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

The Ground Level Concentration Max (GLCMax) calculation is among the most important emission calculations that Texas manufacturers using tanks in their operations should know inside and out. Not only is it important for regulatory compliance with Effects Screening Levels (ESL), but it is also a powerful tool for assessing materials to find more efficient and cost-effective alternatives. GLCMax allows you to measure your environmental impact in order to reduce your footprint and find better materials.

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Topics: Sustainability, Environmental Compliance & Data Management, Oil & Gas, Emissions Management

Storage Tank Data Collection Secrets from the Pros

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

Data collection is the fundamental backbone of all environmental, health & safety management for the oil & gas and chemical industries. Any business that uses tanks as part of their processes should focus on collecting the very best possible data about their sources and use that data intelligently during emissions estimations.

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Topics: Oil & Gas, Emissions Management

Working & Standing Losses: Understanding Tank Emissions Inside & Out

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

One of the most common topics ERA’s environmental research team is asked to explain is the ins and outs of tank emissions management reporting. So much so that ERA’s head consultant recently gave a presentation on it at a national conference. It covered working and standing loss emissions from different types of tanks, and shed light on some of the more complex scenarios, like hot and heated tanks, and tank degassing.

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Oil & Gas Tanks Emissions Management: Splash vs. Submerged Loading

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

When you rely on tanks to store, mix, or transport products and materials, you know just how complex it can be to measure and manage air emissions from any loading process. Every small detail about how you run your operations can affect the quantity of emissions you need to report and your permit requirements.

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Topics: Environmental Compliance & Data Management, Oil & Gas, Emissions Management

OSHA Hazcom SDS Compliance Clarification

Posted by Ria Mali


Clarifying end user responsibility for updated GHS SDS.

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Topics: SDS, Environmental Compliance & Data Management

Are You Aware of This New Oil & Gas EH&S Permit in Colorado?

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has recently issued a new General Permit for the Oil & Gas industry, also known as the GP07.

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Topics: Environmental Compliance & Data Management, Oil & Gas, Emissions Management

Straightforward AOS & MSS Management tips for Oil & Gas EH&S

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

Alternate Operating Scenarios (AOS) and Maintenance, Startup, Shutdown (MSS) events are some of the most discussed topics among Oil & Gas manufacturers and their regulators, and it’s a topic ERA Environmental has covered on its industry advice blog too.

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Topics: Oil & Gas, Emissions Management

Understanding AOS and MSS for Oil & Gas /Petrochemical EHS Management

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

Alternate Operating Scenarios (AOS) and Maintenance, Startup and Shutdown (MSS) operating scenarios are particularly difficult concepts to distinguish between for the Oil & Gas and Petrochemical Industries. But knowing the difference between the two, and understanding how each one affects your emissions tracking and reporting obligations is paramount to keeping your facility in compliance.

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Topics: Oil & Gas, Emissions Management

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