RSSI was founded in San Francisco, CA with a focus on concentrating the maximum amount of industry expertise in process safety and risk management into a single network of flexible and responsive consultants.
Our team of experts has advised many of the world’s top companies in the process industries and pride ourselves on tailoring our approach to your needs for the most efficient process. From a teleconferenced hazard review that must be done tomorrow to a full PSM/RMP program overhaul, RSSI is there to help manage your risk.
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Chevron Thailand is the top oil and gas producer in Thailand and has been delivering natural gas, safely and reliably, to the country since 1981. Chevron’s operations fulfill approximately one-third of Thailand’s power demand
EPA has more than seven times as many employees and a budget twenty times as large OSHA’s budget
OSHA penalties may be low compared to other federal regulatory agencies, but cooperation among those agencies can add up to a larger total penalty.
The PHA facilitation conducted by RSSI far exceeded our expectation. Our staff was energized and educated throughout the process.
The level of service and attention to detail exhibited by RSSI makes them our first choice in process safety consultants.
Repeat violations can be up to ten times as much as a serious citation. Maximum for a serious citation is $7,000. Repeats top out at $70,000.
It took just minutes for a flash fire near a bag dump station inside a New Jersey ink plant to set off an orange fireball that engulfed seven workers. All of the workers were burned, one of them seriously…
Too much pressure in a piece of equipment at Torrance’s Exxon Mobil refinery resulted in Wednesday’s large explosion that sent irritating ash, filled with fiberglass and glass wool, into surrounding neighborhoods.
The Executive Order (EO) on Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security wisely directs federal agencies and stakeholders to take stock of the full range of existing industry initiatives and regulatory programs, and then look for opportunities to enhance safety and security…