We provide all manner of consulting services related to process safety and risk management. Let us know how we can help you specifically, or see below for a list of our core services
From a basic compliance audit to full program development, RSSI has the resources, experience, and flexibility to bring your process safety and risk management programs to world class level.
Whether it’s a teleconference hazard review that must be done tomorrow, or a series of analysis for a green field facility, RSSI has the facilitator you need to make the most efficient use of your team’s time. HazOp | What-If | LOPA …
Quantitative Risk Assessment, consequence & probability modeling, safety device design and sizing, and more. Precise, quality controlled engineering calculations are invaluable to a proper risk management program.
Emergency Response Programs are a key element to complete risk management. Let RSSI bring it’s wide range of experience across the process industries to your facilities Emergency Response Program development, training, or evaluation
When incidents happen, determining the root cause and contributing factors are crucial to prevent repeat events and discover potentials gaps in your risk management programs. Let RSSI’s team of experts lead or contribute to your analysis.
Safety Integrity Level assignment & verification, Safety Requirement Specifications, and full f unction testing – all fully ISA 84.01 | IEC-61511 compliant.
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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…