Assurance Compliance (AC) is the source for compliance assistance with all of your Environmental and Worker Safety needs. Compliance is what is required by regulators such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Regulations that exist for these respective groups are often burdensome and in many cases cause workers and/ or the environment more harm than good. Assurance Compliance works with you to establish effective systems that allow you to increase worker and environmental protection, meet regulatory expectations, and reduce costs. The up front costs of engaging our systems will often be paid for within 3 year, with reduced workers compensation costs, insurance rates, increased productivity, and increase opportunities for those companies that only do business with organizations with low modifier rates. Recognize that avoiding fines does not come up in this list of cost savings, that is because compliance should not be the focus. Compliance becomes a byproduct when we establish effective safety and environmental systems. The chances of most entities receiving a compliance inspection from EPA, OSHA, or their state and local counterparts are generally small. If they come it is often the result of a system failure where workers have been injured, materials have been introduced into the environment illegally, or workers don't feel safe. Instead of waiting for the day that a regulator walks through the door and threatens you with fines and bad press, now is the time to arrange a meeting with Assurance Compliance. Our review will help to establish where your regulatory liabilities might be, but more importantly where you might be able to make worker safety and environmental compliance a net positive line on your financial statement. With offices in Cookeville, Tennessee and Lansing Michigan, Assurance Compliance looks forward to bringing over a quarter century of Environmental and Safety Experience to meet your needs. Compliance Specialties include:

  • Asbestos Consulting and Inspection

  • Bloodborne Pathogen Training

  • Facility Safety Audit

  • Hazard Communication/ Right to Know (OSHA's #1 General Industry Citation)

  • Hazardous Materials Management

  • Hazardous Waste Management and Disposal

  • Radiation Safety Training

  • Web-based Data Systems

  • Worker Training