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Chemical Inventory, Cost Reduction

Cut Risks for Chemical Management Noncompliance

As an operations manager at a biopharma or manufacturing company or a lab, you know the risk of chemical management noncompliance—and how it can jeopardize your people, operations, and the public at large.
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Compliance, Laboratories, EHS Outsourcing, EHS Management

7 Key Benefits EHS Providers Should Offer Life Sciences Startups

As a facility/operations manager, lab manager, or CEO for a startup life sciences company, you face many environmental, health, and safety (EHS) challenges. You need to protect your employees and the...

Laboratory Waste Management, Risk of Hazardous Material, Laboratories, Waste Management Services, Regulatory Compliance, Reporting Requirements

Biotech EHS Outsourcing: A Competitive Advantage

In this dynamic biopharma market, it’s crucial for managers not to skimp on environmental, health, and safety (EHS) operations. This may require seeking outside help.

Environmental Health and Safety, Waste Minimization, Waste Management Services

6 Conditions that Should Trigger a Waste Disposal Process Review

 As an operations, facilities, environmental, health, or safety manager, are you responsible for handling the waste that your company generates? If so, perhaps it’s just discarded papers, cardboard,...

Sustainability, Recycling, Life Sciences

Sustainability and Cost-Cutting Efforts for Single-Use Biopharma Plastics

As a biopharmaceutical operations manager, have you recently reviewed your corporate single-use plastics use and disposal policy? Such single-use products, including bioreactors and pipettes, reduce...

Cannabis, Cannabis Regulations

Make Your New Jersey Cannabis License Application A Slam Dunk

If you’re looking to become a New Jersey cannabis retailer, you have a great opportunity for profit —especially if you select the right environmental and safety compliance services partner to assist...

Laboratories, Life Sciences

Is Compliance with NIH Guidelines Required for Biohazard and rDNA Permitting?

The Asilomar conference was held in 1973 and 1975 to address concerns from developments in recombinant DNA (rDNA) technology. From the conference, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director...

Lab Move, Laboratories, Life Sciences

3 Keys to Successfully Starting a New Lab Program

The start of a new laboratory can also mean the start of a new and exciting chapter for your organization. There are, however, many requirements involved in the process. Setting up a new lab space...

Waste Disposal, Waste Management, Hazardous Waste

How to Review & Maintain Your Hazardous Waste Profiles to Avoid Sudden Costs

Keeping your waste profiles current and accurate is an important part of running a successful environmental management system for both cost and compliance reasons. Hazardous waste profiles are...

Lab Safety, Lab Relocation, Lab Moves, Laboratories

Required Plans and Permits for Starting a New Laboratory

Setting up a new lab space is a careful and specific process that must follow legal requirements. Along with a business plan, your lab must also have the funds for equipment, space, staff, and the...
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