Immediate postions are available in both our Dublin and Signal Hill (Long Beach) offices. Click on this link for more information.
Major changes to the Storm Water regulation must be implemented in 2015. Use these resources to find out more details on the regulation: Information Page Information video Internet training on how to comply available August 20, 2014
March 2013 – Modified Stormwater Permit Regulation News A modified draft permit has been proposed, but not yet adopted. The current draft does provide for some significant change to the regulation and requirements. The original draft was modified based on initial public comments and the second draft comment period has closed. CDMS is monitoring […]
Form R Reports are due July 1 for any chemicals used in 2012 that exceed reporting thresholds. Because the complexity of the report, and the high demand for CDMS’s assistance in preparing the report, we do provide discounts for reports that are contracted early. The largest discounts expire as early as March 1, so contact CDMS soon […]
Don’t forget, Employees will be required to receive information and training on the new GHS System labeling and Safety Data Sheets by Dec 1, 2013. CDMS can provide on site or online video options to meet this new training requirement. Contact us to find out more about the most economical and effective way to address the requirements […]
Most companies now must do all HMMP reporting electronically as submittal due dates come due this year. Facilities will no longer be able to submit paper submittals. CDMS can assist in uploading and maintaining information on the CERS (California Electronic Reporting System), or other Electronic System dictated by local CUPA’s.
If you are offering Respirators to your employee, you must comply with Respirator regulatory requirements, including: A written Respirator Plan on site Annual Training and fit testing for all employees who wear a respirator Medical clearance of all employees before they use respirators (can be done through written questionnaires) OSHA requires respirators whenever exposure to […]
Don’t forget to post your completed OSHA log 300 during the months of Feb-April. It must be posted in a place that employees can see and have access to.
On September 19, 2011, the State Water Resources Control Board (State Board) adopted emergency regulations revising the core regulatory fee schedules contained in Title 23, Division 3, Chapter 9, Article 1, Sections 2200 and 2200.6, and adding Section 2200.7 of the California Code of Regulations. In California all regulations must be approved by the […]
An SPCC Plan is required for any facility that has: A total aboveground oil or oil product storage capacity at the facility of more than 1,320 gallons, or A total underground, buried storage capacity of more than 42,000 gallons. Only containers with a capacity of 55 gallons or greater are counted in the calculation of […]