risk management services in Texas

  • Risk Management

    DNV can assist businesses in identifying, assessing, and mitigate risks and increase your ability to meet your objectives.

    By DNV GL - Business Assurance North America based in Katy, TEXAS (USA). from Risk Management Service line

  • Risk Management

    As part of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, the Congress directed the EPA to develop a list of at least 100 substances that, if released, could cause catastrophic effects to the public. On June 20, 1996, the EPA issued its final ruling as a part of 40 CFR, Part 68. The list includes some 70 to 100 chemicals, plus substances that are flammable ...

    By Health Consultants Inc based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Risk Management

    LBG is uniquely qualified to complete risk management assessments and liability valuations for a wide range of clients. LBG works with our clients to develop the proper scope of work for each risk management assessment to meet the requirements of the individual transaction. This can range from a desktop database evaluation to a pollution liability ...

    By Leggette, Brashears & Graham, Inc (LBG) Office in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Asset Risk Management

    Business unit and asset managers have to constantly identify new opportunities to improve operational results and control the risks associated with their operation. The assets that operate more efficiently, reliably and safely than their competitors will be more successful in the long run. DNV GL has developed a range of solutions to help ...

    By DNV GL - Business Assurance North America based in Katy, TEXAS (USA). from Asset Risk Management Service line

  • Enterprise Risk Management

    Complexity, uncertainty and change are prevalent within all business functions. As a consequence, the risk profile of every enterprise is constantly changing and evolving. DNV GL can help you identify, understand and manage each of the component risks, in order to maximize opportunities and avoid or mitigate losses.

    By DNV GL - Business Assurance North America based in Katy, TEXAS (USA). from Enterprise Risk Management Service line

  • Risk Management Planning

    The Clean Air Act requires the preparation of Risk Management Plans (RMPs) for facilities that maintain certain flammable or toxic materials above threshold quantities. The purpose of RMP is to reduce the likelihood and severity of accidental releases, and to establish appropriate responses if a release does occur. HRP's professional environmental ...

    By HRP Associates, Inc. Office in Fort Worth, TEXAS (USA). from Risk Management Planning Service line

  • Risk Management Planning

    The Risk Management Program (RMP) developed under Section 112(r) of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments regulates the storage and/or processing of toxic and flammable substances. It requires affected facilities to develop and submit risk management plans that include a hazard assessment, prevention program, and emergency response program. The RMP is ...

    By Trinity Consultants based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA). from Risk Management Planning Service line

  • Operational Risk Managment

    Risk is inherent in business—it goes without saying. Today, companies are exposed to more risk and more kinds of risk than ever before. That is why it is essential that companies plan ahead for events that might compromise their supply chain, quality, and/or the security of their organization, activities, and projects. Effective risk ...

    By Kestrel Management Services, LLC Office in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Site Risk Management

    Stop using Paper Based Risk Assessments. Retriever’s mobile risk management solution electronically integrates environmental, occupational health, & safety controls into field automation processes, enabling the highest levels of technician safety, and ensuring your regulatory compliance position.

    By Retriever Communications based in Sugar Land, TEXAS (USA).

  • Risk Management Services

    ERM’s Risk Management services range from the traditional assessment of risk and input into the design and operation of upstream and downstream O&G facilities, to the growing areas of human factors and safety culture.  We work closely with both operators and their engineering consultants and/or EPC contractors to identify, assess ...

    By IRC Risk and Safety LLC based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Ecological Risk Management

    As “end-of-the-pipe” pollutant releases have become better managed, attention has turned to the impacts of broader human activity on ecosystems, such as nonpoint source pollution, habitat alteration, and loss of biodiversity. Ecological risk assessments (ERAs) provide a process for determining the potential adverse effects of diverse ...

    By HSA Engineers & Scientists (HSA) Office in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • HSE & Risk Management Services

    RPS Energy provides Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) and Risk Management consultancy services to the energy and other major hazards industries. We specialise in the management of HSE as well as providing support on the broader issues of Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

    By RPS Group Plc Office in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from HSE & Risk Management Services Service line

  • Environmental Risk Management Services

    The Environmental Group of Alliant Insurance Services delivers customized environmental risk management solutions to clients in specialized industries. Our professionals are industry specialists experienced in structuring innovative products designed to address the unique environmental risk exposures these clients face in today’s challenging ...

    By Alliant Insurance Services Houston, LLC based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Process Safety & Risk Management

    Comprehensive PSM and RMP Programs, NEP & RAGAGEP Assessments, COMAH and Facility Siting Analysis.

    By Process Safety & Reliability Group (PSRG) Inc. based in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Risk Management Program Services

    The U.S. EPA has developed regulations that require development and implementation of Risk Management Programs (RMPs) at facilities that manufacture, process, use, store, or otherwise handle 140 specific regulated toxics and flammables.  In addition to thresholds for specific “highly hazardous substances,” facilities must also ...

    By Vanguard Environmental, Inc. Office in Dallas, TEXAS (USA).

  • Risk Management Programs (and Plans)

    Companies that handle certain highly hazardous chemicals in excess of threshold quantities must comply with EPA's Risk Management Program (RMP) rule, 40 CFR Part 68. EPA's RMP rule embraces OSHA's PSM standard but applies it to protection of the public and the environment rather than employees as is the case with OSHA. However, the RMP rule goes ...

    By Primatech Inc. Office in Houston, TEXAS (USA).

  • Bank Enterprise Risk Management Solution

    Lack of automation in Enterprise Risk and Compliance Management Systems is causing financial professionals to work in compliance vs. working on compliance.

    By 360Factors, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA). from Bank Enterprise Risk Management Solution Service line

  • Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Risk Management

    A new risk agenda is emerging, bringing with it new demands on your business and how it is managed. Stakeholders undoubtedly expect clear management of safety, health and the environment. But mere compliance with legal requirements for safety, health and environment (SHE) performance is no longer sufficient for forward-thinking organizations. At ...

  • Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Program (RMP)

    Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), e.g., HAZOP Studies, Security Vulnerability Analysis for Deliberate Acts Including Terrorism, Compliance Audits and Program Assessments, PSM Program Development and Implementation, RMP Program Development and Implementation, Cyber Security Management, Release and Spill Assessment, Process Security Management, S84 - ...

    By Acro Technologies, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Managing Risks of Systems and Software

    The extensive use of software has improved systems functionality and business efficiency but has also introduced a significant risk factor. Malfunction of ICT systems may lead to catastrophic events, critical business consequences or severe information security leaks, putting trust and credibility at risk.

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