Related Projects Asia EHS, Occupational Hygiene, and Risk Management at a Chemical Manufacturer’s Facilities A specialty chemical manufacturing business was seeking a consistent approach to managing occupational hygiene (OH) and environmental health and safety (EHS) risks at its facilities throughout Asia (including Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, South Korea, China, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh). Canada How WSP's EHS Management System Experience Helped a Client Get Back on Track When it comes to workplace risk and the potential for accidents and fatalities, it’s vital that organizations have an easy-to-use health and safety software system in place to manage and analyze incidents. Canada Design solution to mitigate impact on wildlife in the Jasper National Park A five-year mountain goat monitoring study associated with Brewster’s Glacier Skywalk in Jasper National Park clearly demonstrates that our WSP team's environmental assessment correctly identified potential impacts from the project and proposed mitigations that worked. The project is built and the mountain goats are present as star attractions. Project Assessing Human Health Risks at a Fly Ash Storage Facility in Indonesia Proper management of the by-products of coal combustion is essential for preserving human health and protecting the environment. As part of the overall application for a permit to manage fly ash by-products, the owner of one of Indonesia’s largest coal-powered plants was required to conduct a human health risk assessment (HHRA) of the plant’s fly ash facility. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Property development and ecological conversation – a fine balance In Edmonton, Canada, WSP has helped the local municipal authority, The City of Edmonton, to better understand the impact of two large-scale residential property developments on the Big Lake watershed – a nationally-recognized ecosystem – and recommended the mitigation measures that could balance preservation of the natural area with development of the proposed neighborhoods. North Italy Manufacturing Facility Gets Groundwater Remediation System Contamination was detected in soil and groundwater at a manufacturing facility in northwestern Italy, during a change in ownership of the plant. Logan City, Logan district, Queensland, Australia Logan Water and Infrastructure Partnership The partnership looks after one of the largest water infrastructure programs in Australia and delivers new and improved water, wastewater and recycled water infrastructure. Project EHS Assessment of a Global Pharmaceutical Supply Chain In 2018, we were selected by an international pharmaceutical company to audit its global supply chain manufacturers according to the parameters set forth by the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative (PSCI). Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, USA Working Together to Resolve Contamination Issues at a Former Industrial Property in Texas A 104-hectare (257 acre) property in Frisco, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, consisting of a former industrial recycling site and its surrounding buffer zone, now has excellent prospects for further community use. Nevada, USA Building Safety Into a Mine's Infrastructure Making sure that everyone goes home safely at the end of their shift requires building safety into every design decision. This requires innovative thinking about equipment to be used in a mine – for safety in operation, but also in maintenance and servicing. USA, nationwide WSP Collaborates with Axiom Medical to Offer a Comprehensive Health and Safety Program WSP has announced a new collaborative initiative with Axiom Medical LLC, an innovator in occupational health services for employers and developer of the innovative CheckIn2Work app, to enhance WSP's Health Safety Security Environment (HSSE) and Industrial Hygiene (IH) services for clients across a broad range of public and industrial sectors. Alaska, USA Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessment for an "At-Risk" Community Shaktoolik, Alaska, is a remote village of 260 people, located 125 miles east of Nome, on a narrow spit of land between the Tagoomenik River and the Bering Sea. Brightly painted houses line either side of the village’s only road, a 1-mile stretch of sand and gravel.