How Our Program Provides Your Business With Additional Revenue
EXAMPLE: Your business installs a clean agent suppression system for Company A in July 2009. Once the system is installed it is required by the Fire Marshal to be inspected either semi-annually or annually. Depending upon the type of system, the initiating devices are required by the manufacturer to be changed out every five years for clean agent systems, and every year for industrial explosion systems.
When your business performs the inspection at the Company A facility and is alerted that the explosive device needs to be replaced,
you order Company A a new device, invoice for the device and installation as well as the disposal of old device.
This process will ensure a consistent revenue stream on the disposal of expired devices and will provide your clients with peace of mind knowing that they are following all federal regulations.
1. Disposal: Federal law requires strict adherence to all sections of Title 18 & 27 CFR, Part 555. DD&C performs detonation services at our Nebraska facility in accordance with Federal and State regulations and offers a program to assist your clients with required documentation during each step of the transaction process. Your clients receive a Certificate of Disposal upon detonation of devices for their records.
2. Licenses/Permits: DD&C will assist your clients in obtaining the correct Federal, State and Local license/permits for the Company (Responsible Person) and Employee (Employee Possessor.)
3. Contacts: Our program identifies pertinent contact information relative to Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) as well as their applicable roles in the explosives process.
4. Recordkeeping: DD&C methods incorporate a matrix of forms to address Federal and State requirements necessary for successful compliance to Federal and State law.
5. Storage: DD&C procedures highlight the tools necessary for Federal and State storage requirements.
6. Safety: We fully understand the serious nature of handling explosives. From approved shunting practices and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) usage to maintaining OSHA certification, DD&C personnel offer 32 years’ experience in proper handling of explosives. If you have a desire to reduce reportable incidents related to OSHA logs, the DD&C program can help.
7. Transportation: Our program addresses company and third party transportation of explosive devices in compliance with DOT regulation 49 CFR § 172.604. We offer access to pertinent MSDS records and can assist with identifying national organizations affiliated with offering 24 hour immediate critical response information for emergency incidents involving hazardous materials and dangerous goods.