Certified Hazardous Material Managers (CHMM)
Inspections & Project Management



OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200 requires chemical manufactures and importers to assess the hazards of the chemicals they produce or import and requires employers to inform their employees in regard to the hazards and identities of chemicals they may be potentially exposed to when working. These hazards include both physical hazards (flammability, explosivity) and health hazards (acute, chronic) and are detailed with preventative measures for safe use on Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) which must be available for each chemical used in the facility.

At AET, our Hazmat Specialists will:

AET’s Right To Know surveys are compliant with various state standards including the New Jersey Worker and Community Right To Know Act (NJAC 8:59).



AET’s Hazmat Specialists in coordination with our CIH management team have proven knowledge and resources to properly identify and characterize hazardous chemicals and coordinate their safe disposal. Our step-by-step approach includes:

Developing a comprehensive listing of unwanted chemicals/containers.

Segregating chemicals according to their chemical type/compatibility, DOT shipping class and packaging these chemicals in DOT approved containers.

Re-packaging damaged containers and testing unknown chemicals to verify their contents.

Managing the waste disposal process (i.e., incineration, land disposal, etc.) including transporting waste (both regulated/non-regulated) to an EPA permitted disposal facility using properly permitted vehicles.

Compilation of all project records including transport and disposal for documentation purposes in accordance with the EPA RCRA (40 CFR Part 261) regulation.



AET’s Hazmat Specialist in conjunction with our CIH/CHMM staff will work with your Safety/Health Department’s to develop a written plan of action to contain, isolate and cleanup chemical spills. This plan will also include site specific training of your in-house response personnel and development of emergency response supplies/kits.

Key components of your spill response plan will include: 

To prospective job applicants, contact us at 908-218-1108 for an interview and an opportunity to join AET’s professional consulting/hazmat team.

To prospective clients, email Alan Sutherland at a.sutherland@aetinc.biz or call 800-969-6AET for professional advice or consultation or to assist you in your hazmat planning, training, or immediate on-site response.