Environmental Health and Safety
CESA 10's Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) program meets the needs of customers by providing cost-effective safety solutions while maintaining compliance with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies. The program currently serves more than 115 customers, over 25% of the school districts in Wisconsin. Our EHS program consists of a safety and compliance continual improvement process that begins with an initial facility audit; moves to the implementation of appropriate written programs, policies, and procedures; encompasses customized staff trainings; and embraces ongoing communication to further EHS plan development.
Additional a la carte services include:
- Bulk sampling and abatement/remediation of asbestos, lead, and other hazards
- Organizing group training workshops for asbestos, lead, and electrical safety
- Online MSDS program
- Asbestos inspections (AHERA 6 month and 3 year)
- IAQ investigation/testing
- Lead paint services and lead water testing
Is there lead in your school's drinking water?
The recent situation in Flint, Michigan brought attention to the long-standing health hazard of lead contamination in public drinking water. Public officials believe no amount of lead exposure is safe to the growing bodies and developing minds of young children. If any part of your facility was built prior to 1986, then this daunting matter may pertain to your district.
Environmental health and safety services
Our EHS Service began in 1994 with one employee serving six school districts. Today, the EHS team of consultants and project managers serve more than 115 contracted school districts, over 25% of the public school districts in Wisconsin.
2016 ehs customers
The map to the left highlights the more than 115 customers currently enrolled in the Environmental Health and Safety Program. These customers benefit from annual program audits to determine compliance, fume hood testing and certification, employee training on key health and safety topics, access to MSDSonline, and much more.