Business & Risk Management
From Hazardous Materials
Chemical storage; what are the risks and requirements? Companies that plan to use significant quantities of hazardous materials can be required by USEPA or state agencies to complete and submit Hazardous Material Business Plans or Risk Management Plans to communicate potential risks and address how spills will be minimized or handled.
BlueScape works with you to create risk management plans for accidental chemical releases:
- We will assess the need for a risk management plan filing.
- We will calculate potential chemical emissions from a spill (source term).
- We will choose appropriate dispersion models to predict the distance to toxic endpoints.
- We will help you to develop safety procedures and training programs.
Once the planning documents have been completed, we will file the documents for your company, work with you to develop appropriate risk management and training procedures and help you to coordinate activities among various response agencies.
When your company must meet these regulation requirements:
- Federal Risk Management Program
- Hazardous materials business plan requirements
- Hazardous operations (HAZOP) review
Turn To BlueScape...
We provide the necessary technical services:
- Assess risk management planning applicability
- Risk management plan preparation and submittal
- Development of safety procedures and training programs
- Chemical spill (source term) calculations
- Accidental release model selection and modeled impacts
- Risk communication
We utilize various tools:
DEGADIS, ALOHA, AFTOX, SLAB, TSCREEN, INPUFF