Contaminated Site Management admin 2014-08-18T13:32:00+00:00
Smart and reliable workflow management solutions for environmental professionals.
- The contaminated sites sector has grown quickly over the past few years, driven by a combination of regulatory and economic pressures.
- Between 2004 and 2019, the federal government would commit up to $4 billion to clean up properties under its ownership or those that fall under federal responsibility. This includes more than 4,400 federal contaminated sites as well as 28,000 non-federal properties.
- Like most environmental work, the skills needed to clean up these sites are multidisciplinary and require a unique set of cross-sectoral competencies from employees.
360factors provides a regulatory risk and compliance management software platform and advisory services designed to make contaminated site risk initiatives more effective and efficient through a simple yet effective regulatory risk and change management model and methodology.
We offer two unique solutions:
In managed services, you pay a flat fee to license the software along with our services. This leads to significant time and cost savings associated with data management and reporting; better and faster decision making through improved access to information; and peace of mind associated with the knowledge that your system is supported by contaminated land experts.
You can secure advisory services on a short and long term project basis. These experts will help guide you to create the most efficient, sustainable and reliable EHS contaminated site management system possible.
Our experts follow a consistent Regulatory Risk and Compliance Management methodology.
- Regulations drive the “Why” – why does an organization need to comply?
- Once we understand the “why”, that leads to the “What” – what are the controls and what are the risk levels?
- Once we identify the risk levels, this helps us prioritize which risks need to be addressed, leading us to the “How”.
- The “How” entails defining a clear end-to-end process on how to mitigate risk and achieve compliance.
- Once the process is defined, the next step is to identify the point of compliance which is the “Where” – typically a branch office.
- Once the point of compliance is defined, the last step in the process is to identify the “Who” – who is responsible and who is accountable for actions and approvals?
Our advisers and experts use Predict360, a regulatory risk and compliance software to streamline advisory services as a competitive differentiator. It vertically integrates all modules which allows organizations to manage environmental, health and safety regulatory compliance and other compliance programs based on federal and state regulations through a single platform.
- A comprehensive software that provides an integrated workflow for those who manage, regulate, investigate, remediate or are impacted by contaminated sites to be able to facilitate an efficient and economic decision-making process.
- Provides competency models to enable you to assess employees against their specified job competencies, identify gaps, and then design a custom training program for each individual ensuring that you meet your strategic objectives by maximizing your workforce potential.