is a Multi Disciplined Environmental Hazardous Materials Company founded on the principals compliance with U.S. and Mexico Regulatory requirements to ensure Compliance; Quality Assurance and Safety in meeting Cost Effective and Expeditious Management of client projects. HESCA maintains a full time dedicated technical and specialized staff whom are trained in Emergency Management and control of hazardous materials in accordance to OSHA, AAR, BOE, and DOT national and international standards. Our hazardous material specialists have more than 100 years combined experience in the management large emergencies due to spills and leaks of hazardous materials. These specialists have been trained at CHLOREP (The Chlorine Institute) and the Mississippi Fire Academy as well as having earned training hours from the AAR-BOE in the U.S.A. HESCA currently has 17 OPERATIONAL BASES thoughout the Mexican Republic. These strategic in: Monterrey, Nuevo León; Nuevo Laredo, Madero and Matamoros in Tamaulipas; San Luis Potosí, SLP.; Celaya and Escobedo ,Salamanca, Guanajuato; Morelia and Lázaro Cárdenas in Michoacán; Xalapa; Poza Rica and Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz; Tula, Hidalgo; San Juan del Rio and Querétaro in Querétaro; Toluca and Valle de México. HESCA also covers area along the border from Laredo to Brownsville, Texas; covering the main national and international ports of entry and ensures support to clients with issues with U.S. and Mexico customs in the South of Texas region. This coverage enables HESCA to support our clients with a rapid and accurate response regarding their Environmental Emergency Services requirements, including Pre- Load and Post-Load inspections of products being shipped and received at points of origin and destination. HESCA is the pioneer and leader in Environmental Emergency Response involving High Hazard incidents in Mexico. HESCA counts with all the regulatory permits and authorizations required by SEMARNAT (Mexico EPA), which enables HESCA to comply with the security of our clients. HESCA maintains specialized kits for leak control of compressed gases such as chlorine, ammonia, ethylene oxide which are available at key locations in Mexico. The capping kits are all approved by the required safety institutions.