CTEH® is suited to assist clients develop sound and workable risk assessment plans. Our staff has extensive experience in combustion permitting and chemical spill and fire emergency response, which contribute added expertise to the off-site consequence analysis phase of the risk management planning process. Whether a facility desires to minimize cost, promote regional consistency, or more accurately depict the distances to toxic endpoints through application of models (e.g., ALOHA, SLAB) CTEH® offers a unique and comprehensive expertise to complete your project.

Risk Assessment Project Planning

A typical work task structure for a risk management planning project may take the following form:

  • Gather Data & Information
  • Determine Presence of Covered Process
  • Specify Worst Case Release
  • Determine Distance to Endpoint (either Look-up Tables or modeling)
  • Determine Program Applicability
  • Complete Alternative Analysis (either Look-up Tables or modeling)
  • Review & Revise Accident Prevention Program (if necessary)
  • Review & Revise Emergency Response Plan (if necessary)
  • Coordinate Interaction with LEPC
  • Prepare Press Release & Other Risk Communication Tools
  • Prepare Risk Management Plan
  • File Risk Management Plan

Risk Assessment Experience

  • Cost Recovery/Cost Allocation
  • Expert Witness
  • Deterministic & Probabilistic Risk Assessment
  • Review and Critique of Risk Assessments
  • Epidemiological Studies
  • Exposure Studies – Design and Implementation
  • Bioavailability Studies
  • Food, drug, personal care product safety, product contamination, etc
  • Ecological Risk Assessments
  • Reference Dose Development
  • Carcinogen Risk Assessment
  • Non-Carcinogen Hazard Assessment
  • Dose-Response Modeling
  • California Proposition 65
  • Mechanistic Relevance to Human Health
  • Combustion Risk Assessment
  • Toxicological Reviews
  • Litigation Support

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