At Strata Environmental Services, Inc. we believe it is important to be part of various associations related to our industry. Belonging to these associations enables us to gain knowledge of new technologies and ever-changing regulations.
The following briefly lists associations with which we are affiliated.
In addition to these affiliations, Strata personnel have certification or registration to work in Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Wyoming. Strata’s principals are certified through the American Institute of Professional geologists. In addition, Strata is a Qualified Consultant with Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to work on storage tank sites, and currently has two Certified Professionals on staff who manage storage tank sites.
Strata Environmental Services, Inc. maintains Commercial General Liability, Worker's Compensation, Employer's Liability Insurance and Errors and Omissions Insurance with Pollution Liability coverage.
Health and Saftey
All employees providing field services have completed OSHA Hazardous/Toxic Materials Work Site Training (40 hours) and Site Supervisor's Training (8 hours), and remain current through annual eight-hour training upgrades as per 29 CFR 1910.120 regulations. Employees also have physical examinations for baseline health monitoring as recommended in the October, 1985 NIOSH/OSHA/USCG/EPA document "Safety and Health Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Site Activities." All employees remain current through a medical monitoring program sponsored through our employee health insurance program.