EnviroSolve Corp. & Safety Unlimited, Inc. have joined to announce a new industry standard – HASP Online (www.hasponline.com), a commercially available online service for creating HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) site-specific health and safety plans.

Users now have the option to purchase an annual subscription for unlimited access to create and manage as many plans as they may need. The new HASP Online subscription service is a revolutionary development for the health and safety industry. “First of all, it reduces the cost of each health and safety plan” said EnviroSolve president John Batchelder. “And with subscriptions payable in annual or monthly installments, the system should be especially attractive to those who prepare many plans each year.”

Batchelder continued, “Our new service provides access to a wide range of tools that enable users to create HASPs by following an easy, step-by-step process. Once questions are answered, our database system generates a comprehensive HASP that field staff will find familiar and easy to use. Teams of plan developers can share, review and modify HASPs according to their company’s health & safety policies and regulatory requirements.”

Accessible on the Internet anywhere in the world, HASP Online offers a comprehensive, cost-effective, easy-to-use solution to anyone who creates site-specific health and safety plans. HASP Online complies with HAZWOPER 29 CFR 1910.120 for Occupational Safety and Health Standards and 29 CFR 1926.65 for Safety and Health Regulations for Construction.

“New health & safety plans are traditionally developed using previous versions, cutting and pasting information to develop and update plans. Such an approach tends to be extremely labor-intensive and time-consuming and increases the possibility that the company isn’t complying with current safety regulations” observed Jules Griggs, Safety Unlimited president.

“By developing HASP Online, we’ve ensured that, with the push of a button, anyone creating a HAZWOPER site-specific health and safety plan will be in compliance with the latest regulations” said Batchelder.