Safety data sheet management.
Phase I environmental site assessments.
Stormwater permits, plans and reporting.
Asbestos sampling and inspections.
Indoor air quality testing.
First aid classes.
Establishing a safe and healthy working environment can be a daunting task. That’s why it’s important to know the right people who can help navigate the regulations and compliance issues that go hand-in-hand with local, state and federal regulatory agencies, including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Environmental Protection.
That’s where the AG Aegis Company, Inc. (Aegis) difference comes in. Headquartered in northwest Pennsylvania, the consulting firm has been providing valuable environmental, health and safety services to employers of all sizes and industries for 30 years. Aegis professionals are often behind the scenes helping employers comply with regulations, advocating for progressive environmental policies and protecting workers’ safety. These industry experts assist lenders, manufacturers, commercial businesses, schools, hospitals, real estate developers, architects and engineering firms in 22 states and Canada in handling all of their environmental and safety management functions, or supplement their in-house programs on an as-needed basis.
“Our company has come a long way very quickly, and we now have the people with the talents and the skills necessary to tackle almost any type of environmental or safety project,” explains the Aegis President David Alexander, who recalls the formation of the company in 1988 when its primary role was processing (material) safety data sheets. “Today, we’re a one-stop-shop for environmental and safety compliance.”
For example, on the environmental side, Aegis services include SARA Title III reporting, storage tank removal, wastewater monitoring, asbestos inspections, Phase I environmental site assessments and compliance audits, to name a few. On the safety side, services consist of everything from safety audits, employee training (asbestos awareness, back injury prevention and CPR) to safety data sheet management, preparing a list of hazardous chemicals in the workplace and more.
“There are safety companies and then there are environmental companies,” explains Chad Jack, vice president of Marketing and Sales for Aegis. “Rarely, do we compete with one company that does everything we do.”