Quality Management Systems | Industrial Safety
This page lists our current services in Quality Solutions. Please see the sidebar for our Lean, Strategic, and Workforce related services. Our proprietary Learn & Deploy Series is designed to train all levels of employees in an organization and offers rapid deployment of knowledge learned in employees work environment. Contact us for a free consultation.

Quality Management Systems


TMAC offers a unique approach to ISO implementation and registration that is customized to each company’s needs. If you are in the beginning phases of establishing a Quality Management System, TMAC provides a straightforward methodology to develop a quality policy manual, procedures, work instructions, and all required forms/records. Examples and templates are provided as needed. For companies with existing Quality Management Systems, TMAC can perform a Gap Analysis to determine where you are in relation to the standard and a plan to close the gap. TMAC’s process of implementation not only results in a successful registration but also drives continuous improvement within the organization.

We have experts to assist with implementation, gap analysis, and auditor training in the following standards:

  • ISO 9001
  • AS 9100
  • TS 16949
  • AS 9120
  • ISO 13485
  • TL 9000

TMAC also delivers Basic and Advanced Statistical Process Control (SPC). Contact us today to learn more.

Industrial Safety


TMAC offers a variety of safety training to ensure your staff understands safe working habits.


This comprehensive, two-day training workshop will focus on the OSHA regulations that the Department of Labor has selected as an “authorized” ten-hour program for any business that must comply with the general industry regulations… 29 CFR Part 1910. Topics covered in this course include:

  • An introduction to OSHA as a regulatory agency
  • Learn how OSHA regulates the workplace
  • Understand what happens during an enforcement inspection
  • Learn what is expected for a company to be in “compliance”
  • Understanding how to read and use the CFR as a tool for compliance
  • Understand how to find any OSHA regulation by its reference
  • Learn how to comply with the Subparts within 29 CFR 1910 including


The Basic HACCP workshop is a two-day course (16-hours), designed to review the philosophy and principles of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System and to discuss how to implement HACCP. The training curriculum is based on the information presented in the March 20, 1992 National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods HACCP document and subsequent revisions as approved. The HAACP training program is consistent with the intent and scope of the USDA, FSIS HACCP regulation. Up to 30% of the HACCP plan is finished in the class. Classes available include Basic HACCP, Advanced HACCP, and Recall Management.


The ServSafe program is the industry standard in food safety training and is accepted in almost all United States jurisdictions that require employee certification. The ServSafe program provides accurate, up-to-date information for all levels of employees on all aspects of safe food handling, from receiving and storing to preparing and serving. You will learn science-based information on how to run a safe establishment-information all employees need to have in order to be part of the food safety team.


The purpose of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act is to protect human health and the environment from the effects of improper hazardous waste management. The statute establishes requirements for all hazardous waste generators, transporters, and treatment storage, and disposal facilities. RCRA regulates hazardous waste, solid waste (non-hazardous), and underground storage tanks. The “cradle-to-grave” principle was established by RCRA to ensure proper tracking and disposal of hazardous waste. There are three course objectives:

  • Fulfill the Federal RCRA requirement under 40 CFR Part 262.34 for employee training at a generator’s facility
  • Fulfill the Federal RCRA requirements for annual refresher training for employees whose job function includes generating, handling, storing and shipping hazardous waste
  • Provide managers and supervisors with the information needed to train their employees in the proper procedures for managing RCRA hazardous wastes


Storm Water Pollution Prevention training is required for employees of industrial facilities that maintain an EPA NPDES General Permit for Storm Water Discharges. Under the NPDES regulation, employees must understand their responsibilities if they handle the following materials:

  • Fuels, solvents, detergents, plastic pellets, and metallic products
  • Raw materials used in food processing or production
  • Designated hazardous substances (under Section 101(14) of CERCLA, any chemical that must be reported under section 313 of Title III of SARA).
  • Fertilizers, pesticides and waste products such as ashes, slag and sludge that may be released with storm water discharges.

Storm Water Pollution Prevention training covers:

  • Best management practices
  • Sampling – grab versus composite
  • Chemical/biological/physical hazards
  • Spill prevention and response
  • Good housekeeping
  • Material management practices