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The Day of an Engineer: Their Role, Findings and Importance at your Facilities

Q: There are two different roles for Engineers at Global Risk Consultants (GRC), the Account Engineers and the Field Engineers. What is the major difference between the two and what do they provide to the client?
A: Both roles are equally important

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.

Mentoring Program Takes Aviation Clients to a Higher RM Level

In the aviation industry, there is little room for error. As a result, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more critical issue than safety.

Waste Minimization - Part of the Environmental Solution

Waste minimization is fast gaining recognition as a means of dealing with the nation's hazardous waste problem and other forms of environmental pollution. Opportunities exist throughout the industry for waste minimization.

Electrical Consulting Services

An electrical risk assessment program provides loss control and risk exposure information about systems and equipment associated with generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. The primary goal of an electrical

The Importance of Property Engineering in the Soft Market

Many companies struggle in deciding the most opportune time to start or contract engineering services at their facilities. When is the right time to start thinking about insurance for your company on a long term basis? The answer is now.

Net Income Risk Management

An excerpt of the Introductory chapter, as well as three case studies, from Net Income Risk Management: How to Minimize Losses Affecting Revenues and Expenses. Published by The National Alliance Research Academy and authored by Richard Rudolph.

Successful Natural Hazard Risk Management

Awareness and concern for natural hazards has increased significantly in the past few years, both from internal risk management as well as insurance liability perspectives. Consequently, natural hazard analysis via computer models has been growing.

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

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