Services

Services

Third Edition API RP 752:2009 & API RP 753:2007

API Recommended Practice 752 serves to assist facilities in appropriately evaluating the siting of structures within the facility confines. Evaluation of the facility siting requires an identification of hazards, modeling of the hazards, and the development of recommendations to reduce risk to personnel and facility structures. Read more…

API 754: Process Safety Performance Indicators Audit

Goal-based (Performance-based) regulations specify the desired outcome required, but leave the method of achieving this to the duty holder. Goals or targets to be met in such regulations are often qualified by “reasonable practicability” and thus demand, from both the regulator and duty holders, some matching of response-to-risk and cost-to-benefit. Read more…

California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Programs

In the state of California, the passing of AB 1889 led to the California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Program. The intent was to “provide a program for the prevention of accidental releases of regulated substances adopted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pursuant to the Clean Air Act”. Read more…

Dispersion Modeling

Risk Management Professionals (RMP) has extensive experience providing accurate and high-quality dispersion modeling services. Whether for design purposes or compliance with state/federal regulations, RMP’s engineers will assist facilities in their dispersion modeling needs. Read more…

Emergency Response Plans (ERP) & Emergency Operations Plans (EOP)

Risk Management Professionals has completed numerous projects involving the development of comprehensive Emergency Response/Operations Plans (ERP/EOP) for companies and agencies ranging from municipalities, to water facilities, refineries, chemical manufacturing facilities, educational institutions, and aerospace parts manufacturing facilities. Read more…

Hazardous Materials Inventory & Business Emergency Plans

In order to protect the safety and health of the community and facility personnel, along with the environment, facilities handling, storing, or utilizing hazardous materials are required to submit Hazardous Material Inventory and Business Emergency Plan (HMI/BEP) Disclosures pursuant to Health and Safety Code 25503.3.  Read more…

Illness and Injury Prevention Programs (IIPP)

Cal/OSHA, as of July 1, 1991, requires every employer in California to establish, implement and maintain an effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). For facilities with more than ten (10) employees, the IIPP must be written and put into practice. Read more…