Vanguard’s Turnkey Solutions for the United States & Canada
Vanguard's Turnkey Solutions to Industry's "Mountain" of Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Compliance Laws
VANGUARD manages regulatory compliance for more companies than any other organization in North America. With 400+ combined years expertise on over 60 major laws imposed upon Industry by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Department of Transportation (DOT) and Homeland Security (DHS) (plus regulations from state, county and local agencies), Vanguard maintains departments in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science/Technology, OSHA/DOT Training (onsite) and Regulatory Specialists. From offices throughout the United States and through a host of intellectual properties, Team Vanguard provides hundreds of clients throughout North America with a compliance peace of mind by minimizing exposures to enforcement penalties by satisfying and managing each client’s compliance over the years. This, in turn, keeps each client’s personnel focused on revenue-producing activities to the avoidance of “pushing Government paperwork,” while enhancing their commitment to corporate citizenship, sustainability and environmental stewardship.
The same is the case in serving Vanguard clients in Canada, although governmental oversight for compliance is shared in co-equal fashion by Environment Canada, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety (CCOHS), and Transport Canada at the federal level…and provincial/territorial authorities at those more localized levels. As in the U.S., turnkey compliance is featured for companies down to the postal code and street address, as site-specific compliance is also key to regulatory compliance management in Canada. Many laws are unique to Canada, its 10 provinces and three territories. However, some carry overtones to U.S. regulations. A quick look at EMS USA! and EMS Canada! will demonstrate the many differences between the two nations and their regulations governing Environmental, Health, Safety and Terrorist Prevention (EHS-TP) matters.