Manage exposure to fire and explosion risks
Managing fire and explosion risks is a critical component of any property risk management program for protecting personnel, facility assets, supply chain and market share. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), fire departments in the US responded to almost 38,000 fires at manufacturing and industrial properties each year between 2011 and 2015. These fires resulted in approximately $25.6 billion USD in property losses. In addition to physical instances, companies must also be aware of the below factors that could affect their operations:
Partly due to this, organizations must adeptly manage their exposure to fire and explosion risks.
TÜV SÜD Global Risk Consultants (GRC) engineers have supported technological advances in fire protection by applying their expertise to help companies manage today’s escalating concerns. As an industry leader, we have successfully solved fire protection issues to ensure the health and welfare of our clients' businesses around the world, something we have done for decades.
Our engineers and account managers work with the client to learn more about their unique businesses and needs. Each fire protection program is uniquely tailored to the client’s facilities, safety protocols, employees, and specific industry standards and product compliance needs.
Annually, thousands of facility and property loss control surveys are performed on behalf of our clients. These surveys vary in content, depending on the unique risk management requirements of our clients. The depth of these surveys ranges from brief “walk-through” property reviews followed by a short summary report, to full “Highly Protected Risk”-style inspections in which all protective equipment is operationally tested, and detailed narrative-style reports are issued with detailed data and loss expectancy supplements.
TÜV SÜD GRC is dedicated to providing sound, cost-effective Fire Protection Engineering services to address today's newest challenges in fire and explosion property loss prevention coupled with increased competitive demands.
* B. Evarts. “Fire Loss in the United States During 2018.” National Fire Protection Association, Oct 2019.
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