Chemical Data Management Systems (CDMS) was founded in 1988 to provide a full range of Hazardous Material and OSHA regulatory compliance services to industries using hazardous materials. These services include CDMS assisting companies to comply with the hazardous waste management, health and safety, tiered permitting regulations, Stormwater regulations, stormwater sampling kits, air quality regulations, CUPA Hazardous Material Business Plan reporting, employ training, air emission reporting and testing, Title V permitting, noise monitoring and personnel air monitoring, MSDS retrieval systems, Spill Prevention Controls & Countermeasures plans We provide ongoing and project support to clients to meet our client's needs through on site visits. Our broad level of expertise covers the spectrum for environmental to engineering support.
Chemical Data Management Systems (CDMS) was founded in 1988 to provide a full range of Hazardous Material and OSHA Regulation compliance services to industries using hazardous materials. CDMS’ service covers three basic areas:
- Advising companies on hazardous material and OSHA regulations, and implementing programs to bring them into compliance with these laws.
- Maintaining on-going compliance with hazardous material and safety regulatory administrative requirements for companies.
- Preparing and submitting hazardous material and safety regulatory reports and documentation for companies.
CDMS is a service-oriented company. We follow current and new legislation in all hazardous material and safety issues. CDMS’ objective is to implement programs to keep our clients in compliance with hazardous material and safety regulations. We do this by offering both ongoing and project oriented services in which CDMS not only advises, but actually develops, prepares, and implements most requirements. CDMS currently works with over one hundred clients throughout California and many other states, and has serviced a wide variety of industries.
CDMS is structured to be able to assist any industry that handles hazardous materials or hazardous wastes. Due to the complexity of regulations controlling the use of hazardous materials, and the constant changes and additions to the regulations, it has become difficult for many companies to maintain a working knowledge of the laws and to stay in compliance with them. CDMS provides a service to bring companies into compliance with the Federal, State, and local hazardous material and OSHA laws, and to maintain compliance throughout the year. CDMS becomes totally involved with client’s regulatory compliance issues through regular visits, and by preparing and submitting required reports, conducting required training, etc. All programs and procedures are tailored to the client’s facility and processes.
Chemical Data Management Systems has been involved in various environmental projects since 1988. We are well established in Northern and Southern California, and have a wide range of experience in aiding a variety of industries with regulatory compliance needs.
We have assisted hundreds of clients to meet compliance needs, through project and on-going compliance support.
The CDMS staff is continually trained in hazardous material and safety regulations. Many CDMS staff members have specific expertise in particular areas of compliance, so CDMS can offer a broad spectrum of expertise.
Staff members have engineering, chemistry and environmental backgrounds, and have continued to meet the compliance needs for a variety of companies. This knowledge and familiarity with the regulations allows CDMS to quickly and economically bring a company into compliance and maintain compliance with on-going requirements.
Through out the years we have developed tools, resources, and regulatory relationships so that we can economically address our clients’ needs.
Much of CDMS’ business depends on quick turn-around time for clients. Many companies contact CDMS when they receive violations from various regulatory agencies and turn to CDMS for help in quickly responding to these violations. Much of CDMS’ responsibilities include acting as a liaison between its clients and regulatory agencies such as Cal-OSHA, air quality management districts, regional water quality control boards, city and county hazardous waste departments, EPA (Federal) and Cal EPA, and Department of Toxic Substances Control.
We have a staff that can provide the specialized technical support and certification required my many regulations including:
- Certified Industrial Hygienist
- Registered Professional Engineer
- Registered Environmental Assessor