Identify and manage risks in the lifecycle of your water infrastructure project
As global demand for water and waste water services rises rapidly, huge investment is required for the construction, refurbishment and optimisation of water networks. This critical infrastructure must be safeguarded against physical, technical and technological risks, as well as sabotage and terrorism. The general public and the environment must also be protected from potential harm caused by infrastructure technologies. To build long-term and sustainable infrastructure, investors and operators need to manage these risks and operate water networks efficiently using the latest technologies.
WHY IS RISK ASSESSMENT IMPORTANT?
Solutions providers, technology vendors, financiers, insurers and operators must be aware of existing and potential risks to water infrastructure. By assessing and managing physical, technical, technological and HSE risks, stakeholders ensure long-term, sustainable, safe and optimised solutions for water and waste water treatment plants and networks, and desalination facilities.
TÜV SÜD HELPS TO MANAGE RISKS IN YOUR WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
TÜV SÜD is trusted for independence and impartiality. We ensure neutrality and transparency for your projects and add value to your enterprise. Our systemic and interdisciplinary approach covers all phases of the water lifecycle value chain, from planning through to construction, commissioning and maintenance. By applying early project-related integration across the entire value chain, we help you to manage risks from the onset.
With our international expertise and local market knowledge, we customise solutions to your individual needs. In addition, our vast experience as a damage assessor and conflict mediator enables us to identify and mitigate all relevant risks.
WHAT DO RISK ASSESSMENT SERVICES INVOLVE?
TÜV SÜD assesses physical risks such as flooding, earthquakes, storms and other natural disasters, technical risks addressing the availability of the operational system and its components, and technological risks that arise from the adoption of new technologies such as smart water applications. We also assess health, safety and environment (HSE) risks for the protection of people and the environment.