Full service environmental consulting company, founded in 1987.
Provide services nationwide including:
asbestos and lead consulting and inspection services
environmental due diligence / risk assessment
indoor air quality
industrial hygiene services
tank seal inspections
Diverse client base includes Fortune 500 commercial and industrial firms.
Commitment to providing high quality, cost effective environmental services assisting our clients in managing costs as well as minimizing risk.
Envirotest, Ltd. offers one of the most complete arrays of environmental consulting, laboratory, and environmental training services available in the U.S.
Our Vision and Objectives.
Tenets of Operation.
Operational excellence is defined as a systematic management of process safety, personal safety and health, the environment, reliability, and efficiency to achieve top performance. It is based on five key objectives.
Achieve an incident- and injury-free workplace.
Promote a healthy workforce and mitigate significant workplace health risks.
Identify and mitigate environmental and process safety risks.
Operate with industry-leading asset integrity and reliability. Efficiently use natural resources and assets.
Operational Excellence requires constant attention to countless details and to how our work is performed. Our safety culture is based on 10 Tenets of Operation, a code of conduct that employees and contractors use and that supervisors and managers reinforce. The tenets are based on two key principles: Do it safely or not at all.
There is always time to do it right.
The tenets address a wide range of behaviors. The key word in the tenets is Always.
Always operate within design and environmental limits.
Always operate in a safe and controlled condition.
Always ensure safeguards are in place and functioning.
Always follow safe work practices and procedures.
Always meet or exceed customer’s requirements.
Always maintain integrity of dedicated systems.
Always comply with all applicable rules and regulations.
Always address abnormal conditions.
Always follow written procedures for high-risk or unusual situations.
Always involve the right people in decisions that affect procedures and equipment.