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Fire Protection for Data Centers and Electronic Equipment Rooms

Almost all industrial facilities are now dependent on electronic data processing equipment. Areas housing this equipment present unique fire protection challenges that need to be incorporated into a facility's loss control program.

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.

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.

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

Digging Deeper

Digging Deeper

Published: 12/04/2014 in Risk Management

September 1961 was the first live broadcast of a hurricane on television. Viewers watched as a young Dan Rather waded through waist high water at the Galveston Sea Wall. Later on the first live broadcast of a hurricane radar tracking was seen as he

Third-Party Supplier and Manufacturing Audits

Many companies use third-parties to manufacture or store finished and/or intermediate products. Relying on third-party suppliers can introduce additional risks to your business continuity. Even though these facilities may or may not be treated

Insurance Capacity - How a Comprehensive Property Risk Control Program Helps

Risk Managers often struggle with how to get lower insurance rates and negotiate improved policy terms and conditions. The truth is that insurance companies have a limited amount of capacity, regardless of market conditions, and must distribute it

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

Investing in Loss Prevention

Ask a CFO how money invested – e.g. on expanding production capacity – is wisely spent and their approach is easily explained. Ask the same question about investments in loss prevention and the answer is not always as easy. So how do you measure...

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