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Eastern Turkey, M7.2 Earthquake

On October 23, 2011 at 13:41:21 pm local time, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck eastern Turkey. The quake's epicenter was near the city of Van close to the Iran border. One of the hardest hit area included Ercis, an eastern town of approx. 75,000.

Risk Management Contributes to Safe, Positive School System

Risk management plays a vital role in reducing costs and maintaining a safe, positive learning environment. Risk management saves districts money, and that means there are more funds available for instruction.

Employer Associations: Leveraging Buying Power to Create Cost-Effective Employee Benefit Programs

In our latest free Spring white paper, we highlight what you need to know about employer associations and offer up a few case studies based on some of our past experience developing them.

The Seven Standards of Cloud Computing Service Delivery

With the rapid growth in the enterprise use of cloud-computing comes a corresponding increase in responsibility on the part of vendors to provide cloud-computing platforms that offer outstanding service delivery.

IR Windows & View Ports Through The Glass Darkly

The use of IR windows, view ports, and other temperature monitoring avenues are increasingly important as more stringent safety rules prohibit direct opening of electrical enclosures while under load.

The Octopus Syndrome: How to Sort the Constant Refresh of Information

Do you consider yourself an early adopter when it comes to technology? If you find yourself picking up the latest tools to be released and enjoy discovering new devices and educating others on it, you are an up-to-date tech geek.

Natural Hazards Analysis

Awareness and concern for natural hazards has increased significantly, both from internal risk management as well as insurance liability perspectives. Global Risk Consultants (GRC) helps companies identify these exposures and evaluate their severity.

CoreLogic 2013 Storm Surge Report

The 2013 CoreLogic Storm Surge Report examines single-family residential structures (homes) exposed to potential hurricane-driven storm-surge damage along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts in the U.S, including an evaluation of 2012’s Hurricane Sandy.

Flood Risk Assessment

Flood Risk Assessment

Published: 05/25/2012 in Risk Management

GRM engineers determine if client facilities are in 100-yr flood zones. Sites in flood zones can get an elevation survey to certify Finished Floor Elevation (FFE). If FFE is above base flood elevation (BFE), client can apply for a Letter of Map

Maximizing Your Risk Management Program

Risk Management programs can span further than just an inspection process, especially when companies step up and build their own customized internal programs and measurement goals. Numerous companies create internal initiatives in an effort to...

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