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Site Assessment

phase IPeople’s team includes EPA recognized Environmental Professionals and licensed Professional Engineers in the State of New York. The group has extensive experience in completing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) in accordance with the newly released, EPA mandated All Appropriate Inquires (AAI) directives. The AAI’s stricter guidance rules requires Environmental Professionals with appropriate experience to complete Phase I ESAs in accordance with ASTM guidelines and current industry standards. All members of People’s team are OSHA 40-hour Hazwoper certified and are aware of the challenges of today’s environmental issues. People’s personnel have planned and implemented hundreds of Phase I ESAs in the five boroughs, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey, and Connecticut. With thorough on-site investigations and focused reviews of historic land-usage, tax assessor and topographic maps allow People’s to produce products that empower our clients to conduct their businesses with the confidence they need for success.

phase 2A professionally completed Phase II ESI is a valuable financial planning tool and often serves in limiting unforeseen liabilities that can occur during the purchase of real estate. People’s ESI team includes EPA recognized Environmental Professionals and Professional Engineers licensed in the State of New York. Our extensive and diverse experience allows us to navigate New York City’s unique environmental regulatory climate on our clients’ behalf with speed and efficiency. Our team of experienced professionals plan and implement soil boring programs, groundwater sampling and air quality monitoring with a focus on safety, compliance and efficiency. Our strong relationships with drilling and laboratory subcontractors allow People’s to provide efficient scheduling and competitive pricing. These qualities allow People’s to produce products that empower our clients to conduct their businesses with the confidence they need for success.

phase 3Phase III Environmental Site Investigations often reveal the presence of subsurface contamination. These conditions require the implementation of regulation-driven Remedial Action Plans (RAPs), which include soil handling plans and exposure mitigation measures. No two sites are the same, and therefore RAPs often vary widely from site to site. People’s team includes EPA recognized Environmental Professionals and Professional Engineers licensed in the State of New York. Our extensive and diverse experience enables us to design innovative and unique RAPs that will bring your site into compliance with the utmost speed and efficiency. Our staff specializes in meeting the requirements for post-excavation sampling procedures for soil, disposal facility permitting, groundwater dewatering permitting, construction health and safety plans, and on-site ambient air monitoring. Our experience enables us to meet the strict and cumbersome New York City environmental regulatory requirements. We are your number one choice for all aspects of site remediation and close-out.

Construction Health & Safety Plan  A construction health & safety plan (CHASP) is a document that outlines how safety is managed during a particular contract or on a particular worksite. It is a dynamic document, which must be available to all persons involved. They must understand and comply with the requirements included in the plan. The plan should be compatible with the sub-contractors safety program(s), their health and safety manual(s) and other safety documents, such as injury and illness prevention plan, code of safe practices, and heat illness prevention program. This document provides contractors with clarification on safety requirements for proposed contract activities while working at SLAC and as a subcontractor to the US Department of Energy (DOE). All subcontracted projects must have a complete, detailed site-specific safety plan before operations commence. The plan must be kept current as part of the project. In conjunction with job safety analysis (JSA),2 a site-specific safety plan describes how to identify and analyze safety risks dealing with major process steps, operations and facilities, approaches for mitigating identified risks, and the process for reporting safety events to the necessary parties.