Haas TCM is committed to the safety of its employees,
clients, protection of the environment, and compliance with laws,
regulations, and customer requirements. It is the responsibility
of every employee to follow sound EH&S practices in their daily
work, as EH&S excellence is an integral part of managing our
business and achieving the goals outlined in our Vision Statement.
Haas TCM maintains a corporate Environmental, Health,
& Safety Program that sets forth guidelines and procedures applicable
to all U.S. Haas TCM operations.
The major elements include:
• Emergency Planning, Management & Response
• Hazardous Materials Storage
• Hazard Communication
• Hazardous Material Shipping
• Powered Industrial Vehicles
• Environmental Compliance
• Personal Protective Equipment
• Medical Screening & Surveillance
• Toxic Substances Control Act Compliance
• Motor Vehicle Safety
The technical staff of Haas TCM consists of over 200
employees, located at over 40 different sites in the United States.
The technicians, engineers, QA specialists, inventory clerks, operations
and account managers have technical degrees and most have several
years of regulatory experience. The Corporate EH&S Manager is
responsible for the Environmental, Health, and Safety Program and
directing regulatory compliance efforts throughout Haas TCM.
Haas TCM maintains several quality certifications
(ISO 9001 & 14001 and AS 9100 & 9003) at a number of our
corporate offices, hub operations, and customer sites. Haas TCM
continuously performs rigorous self-audits that set the groundwork
for achieving 3rd-party certifications.
The chemical management services performed by Haas
TCM have many EH&S benefits to our customers. In addition to
the basic services of chemical “gate-keeping” and MSDS
management, the Haas TCM proprietary information system (tcmIS™)
links chemical throughput with detailed chemical profiles to support
environmental compliance reporting. Customized reports are readily
available to meet compliance needs that can vary from site to site.
The expertise of Haas TCM can be immediately deployed
to evaluate the total cost of the chemical “life-cycle”
from procurement, distribution, usage, and disposal. Cost savings
can then be identified in areas such as labor efficiency improvements,
employee exposure reduction, surplus inventory reduction, waste
minimization, and air emission reduction.
Haas TCM chemical management experts can provide regulatory
training services to meet DOT, EPA, and OSHA requirements. The Haas
TCM technical staff can also perform detailed quality and environmental
management systems audits.
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