Washington, DC – June 30, 2017 – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it awarded Longevity Consulting a task order contract to provide support for compliance inspector training and compliance inspection support activities. The one-year task order, awarded under the Office of Emergency Management (OEM), represents Longevity’s continued success in providing risk-management solutions through a host of emergency preparedness services.
The Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986, was created to help communities plan for chemical emergencies, and require the EPA, along with state and local agencies, to conduct compliance inspections at facilities regulated under the EPCRA. The OEM provides the required programmatic and inspector training, as well as advanced inspector training in various areas. In addition to offering training courses, the EPA supports compliance inspections by providing copies of required industry codes, as well as technical assistance to local inspections for more complex inspections.
“We are pleased to support the EPA’s Office of Emergency Management in its valiant efforts to provide high-quality emergency preparedness services to communities throughout the nation,” said Longevity president and chief operating officer, Bobby Long.
The Office of Emergency Management provides policy, guidance, and direction for the Agency’s emergency response and waste programs. Additionally, OEM provides technical assistance to all levels of governments to establish safe waste management practices.
With offices in DC and Virginia, Longevity Consulting is a full-service information technology firm providing clients with a broad range of business solutions, from support services to system integrations, enabling our customers to improve and maximize their IT operations.
About Longevity Consulting
Longevity Consulting is an information technology, solution based, full-service organization, dedicated to producing results. We are an SBA 8(a) Certified, Veteran Owned, Small Disadvantaged Business, and our goal is to create a collaborative environment between our consultants and our clients. This synergistic relationship helps identify ways to improve our clients’ business and better position our company to provide the most appropriate solution for each client engagement. For more information about Longevity Consulting, please visit us at www.longevityconsulting.com.