Tim Kipp, CSP, CHMM

Tim Kipp, CSP, CHMM Senior Associate

Tim is responsible for management and senior technical direction of environmental health and safety (EHS) projects for clients throughout the United States and Canada.  His practice areas include assisting institutional, industrial, energy/utility, and public-sector clients with all aspects of EHS compliance, including audit programs, compliance assistance, strategic planning, program/policy development, permitting, and personnel training.

As an EHS consultant and former industry corporate EHS director, Tim provides occupational safety management services ranging from initial program development through employee training, implementation and auditing, for a wide variety of clients including industrial manufacturers, marine terminals, mining companies, energy utilities, food service industries, and educational/medical institutions. He assists clients with a full range of OSHA chemical and physical safety programs including hazard communication, hazardous materials/toxic substances, respiratory protection, lockout-tagout, electrical safety, fall protection, and crane and hoist safety.

Tim also has extensive experience in environmental compliance including hazardous waste management, air and wastewater permitting, oil pollution prevention, and emergency preparedness and response, and develops and presents training courses for these regulatory programs. He participates in large-scale oil spill response planning exercises in various roles including acting as planning section chief and as the lead corporate qualified individual (QI) for petroleum spills of up to 100,000 gallons, including land-based and on-water response activities. He is also providing strategic planning for chemical management programs; development, implementation, and auditing services for EHS management systems including the ISO 14000 standard; and performs EHS due diligence projects for various industries including petroleum bulk storage and cargo terminals.

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  • USEPA Issues New 2021 MSGP Stormwater Permit

    What you need to know about the new changes issued on January 15, 2021, by the USEPA for the 2021 Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) for industrial stormwater discharges. The new stormwater permit will become effective on March 1, 2021, and will replace the 2015 MSGP. This Permit has an aggressive timeline, that will require planning to meet the newly established USEPA’s deadlines.

    January 19, 2021
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