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Timothy P Fagan
Senior Legal Editor - EHS
Phone: 860-510-0100 ext. 2196

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Timothy P. Fagan is a Senior Legal Editor for BLR’s Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) publications, focusing primarily on air quality, chemical management, and hazard communication related topics. Mr. Fagan has covered EHS developments with BLR since 2000. Before joining BLR, he spent 5 years in environmental consulting and was responsible for air quality permitting and compliance for a broad range of industries in both the private and public sector. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Villanova University, a Master’s degree in environmental engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, and a graduate certificate in environmental health and safety from Central Connecticut State University. 

Recent articles by Timothy P Fagan

  • Hazardous chemicals—Don’t forget the General Duty Clause

    For facilities with chemicals in amounts less than the EPA Risk Management Program (RMP) thresholds, overlooking the General Duty Clause can result in hefty fines.

  • Hazardous chemicals—Don’t forget the General Duty Clause

    For facilities with chemicals in amounts less than the EPA Risk Management Program (RMP) thresholds, overlooking the General Duty Clause can result in hefty fines.

  • Enforcement ... It Begins and Ends with Your Permit

    No one looks forward to the day when the regulatory authority arrives at your facility for an inspection. Will he or she find issues of noncompliance? Will an enforcement action or penalty be forthcoming? If you have planned for compliance by being involved in the permitting process from the application stage and even earlier through the data collection and recordkeeping, you will be more confident in your facility's compliance status.

  • TRI Reports: Avoid seemingly small but costly mistakes

    The TRI deadline is approaching. So far in 2019, the EPA has issued multiple five-digit fines to companies that submitted TRI reports but overlooked a chemical that should have been reported but wasn’t. Be sure to do your due diligence and avoid common pitfalls as you prepare your TRI report.

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