WhatsDown generates consolidated environmental screening reports that identify avoidable environmental, health, and safety risks before excavation work begins.
For utilities and other contractors conducting buried infrastucture maintenance and construction work, WhatsDown identifies areas where excavation may encounter contaminated soil and water or where digging is prohibited because of environmental agreements. Generated before any potentially hazardous construction activities begin, WhatsDown reports are efficient, intuitive, and designed to protect workers from subsurface environmental and health hazards while ensuring compliance with any land use restrictions on cleanup sites.
WhatsDown quickly identifies avoidable construction exposure risks before work begins, protecting workers and assuring compliance with institutional controls or other cleanup restrictions in defined construction areas. WhatsDown screening reports also bolster safety planning: by identifying the chemicals of concern on site, safety teams can provision the appropriate personal protective equipment to field workers.
Multiple categories of environmental hazards are mapped in the report, including the extent of use restrictions, the edges of groundwater contamination, boundaries of a spill, and areas where munitions are potentially buried from legacy testing. The screening report also includes a list of subsurface chemicals of concern with NIOSH health links.
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