Kensington Consulting

Our Projects

Hazard Evaluation Projects

Small Molecule Synthesis Hazard Assessment

Kensington produced a complete hazard assessment for a San Francisco Bay Area-based process plant and used their proprietary risk-assessment tools. We also prepared a hazard assessment for a relocated processing facility being constructed to synthesize new small molecule (potent compound) substances for potential therapeutic studies.

Transportation Quantitative Risk Assessment (TQRA)

Kensington produced a comprehensive transportation risk assessment and quantification report for a Louisiana-based process plant. We also prepared the TQRA for a proposed significant increase in chlorine consumption requirements. In addition, we developed existing literature on the topic and provided an independent set of calculations specific to the client’s circumstances.

TQRA

Kensington produced a comprehensive transportation risk assessment and quantification study for an American process plant. We examined different transportation routes and modes of dangerous goods from a raw material supplier in China. The TQRA was also produced using the DNV software application SAFETI.

Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP)

Kensington facilitated two comprehensive HAZOP revalidations for a California-based chemical process plant regulated under the Contra Costa County Industrial Safety Ordinance. The revalidations were done per the client’s regulatory process safety management and risk management plan obligations. In addition, we trained their staff and facilitated the performance of their revalidations for electronic-grade ammonium fluoride and hydrofluoric acid production processes.

Due Diligence

Kensington assisted a globally recognized international food distribution company during a potential process and facility acquisition. The task included examining novel processing technology that had potential impacts on workplace safety.

Engineering Design Review for New Equipment

Kensington guided a large San Francisco Bay Area-based biotechnology company in identifying new process equipment design revisions directed at optimizing safety and efficiency. All regulatory requirements and operational cost and efficiency concerns were considered in this highly regulated environment. Our process design review included training and facilitating a cross-functional team in performing a process hazard assessment.

Detailed Facility and Process Hazard Review and Evaluation

Kensington facilitated two comprehensive HAZOPs for a large California-based plant that treats 400 million gallons of wastewater per day. This was done per their regulatory process safety management and risk management plan obligations. We trained their staff and conducted new HAZOPs for their chlorine disinfection and digester gas (methane) producing processes.

Cause-Consequence Analysis

Kensington assisted a large pharmaceutical research and manufacturing organization in facilitating several cause-consequence analyses using an internal protocol. We conducted a two-design process hazard analysis using the cause-consequence technique for the client’s potent compound reactant and solvent handling, synthesis, and drug post-processing operations. In addition, our deliverables included the creation of a template specific to their protocol within the IHS software application PHA-Pro®.

Process Hazard Review Revalidation

Kensington facilitated two comprehensive HAZOP revalidations for a California-based chemical process plant regulated under the Contra Costa County Industrial Safety Ordinance. This was done per their regulatory process safety management and risk management plan obligations. In addition, we trained their staff and performed revalidations for their electronic material production processes.

Process Hazard Analysis for Regulatory Compliance

Kensington facilitated a what-if/checklist process hazard analysis (PHA) for a globally recognized international food distribution company. The analysis examined the client’s large anhydrous ammonia refrigeration process in California.

We checked the process for operational, design, and external hazards and inspected human factors that might contribute to an accidental release. To create a comprehensive assessment, our team evaluated the client’s existing PHAs, including those produced for projects covered under change management.

Offsite Consequence Analysis (OCA)

Kensington produced an offsite consequence analysis for chlorine, sulfur dioxide, and digester gas (methane) for a large California-based wastewater treatment plant. This was done per their regulatory risk management plan obligations. We performed detailed two-phase release calculations for chlorine and sulfur dioxide processes, leading to accurate identification of alternate release scenario dispersion model source terms.

International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration’s (IIAR) 41st Annual Meeting (2019)

Kensington and our collaborators at Lloyd’s Register Consulting (based in Bergen, Norway) completed an ARF-funded project. We also presented the technical paper “Ammonia Detection in Refrigerated Spaces a CFD Simulation Study.” (Note: This presentation was repeated for the virtual IIAR 2020 conference.)

IIAR’s 38th Annual Meeting (2016)

Kensington and our collaborators at Lloyd’s Register Consulting developed and presented a technical paper, “Quantitative Risk Analysis of Untreated Vertical Pressure Relief Venting Using a Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulation.”

IIAR’s 36th Annual Meeting (2014)

Kensington and our collaborators at Korf Technologies (based in Sarnia in Ontario, Canada) developed and presented a technical paper, “Ammonia Refrigeration System Pressure Relief Vent Design Evaluation.”

First and Second Annual Central Valley Chemical Safety Day

These premier events dedicated to chemical safety are held in the California Central Valley and attract over 700 participants. Kensington was chosen during both years to present as part of the technical program.

In 2009, William Greulich, our company principal, presented an overview of mechanical integrity compliance as a critical process safety management program component. The following year, he presented an overview of program self-auditing directed at guiding owners and operators to use their audits as a program self-improvement tool.

232nd American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition

Kensington developed and presented innovative business survival material as part of the “Recovery from & Prevention of Natural Disasters” technical program.

First Annual San Joaquin Valley Ammonia Professionals Day

This new program aimed to empower corporate and government leaders with practical compliance and risk management information. Kensington delivered the presentation “Process Hazard Evaluations Before, During, and After” as part of the technical program providing updated hazardous materials management information.

QUAKE 2006 (“Business Survival Tutorial”)

Kensington was part of a team that presented on April 17, 2006, at the centennial earthquake conference in San Francisco. Our comprehensive, reality-based presentation and panel discussion were recognized for providing an insightful, practical perspective on realistic industry threats and how they can be counteracted.

Expertise in Regulatory Compliance Projects

New Jersey Toxic Catastrophe Prevention Act (TCPA) Program Audit

Kensington assisted our client’s corporate audit team in evaluating their plant’s TCPA compliance programs. Our focus areas included the following:
  • Process Safety Information Evaluations
  • Hazard Evaluations
  • Closure of Improvement Recommendations
  • Review of the Facility’s Risk Management Plan

California Building Code Review

Kensington assisted a major California-based airport with a thorough occupant loading and egress assessment. This was done to ensure their compliance with the California Building Code before they commissioned a newly constructed airport concourse. We also provided recommendations to the airport’s management.

California Fire Code Review

Kensington conducted an in-depth California Fire Code review on a biotechnology company’s $10 billion site in Northern California that performed scientific research and manufacturing. We reviewed the facility’s existing hazardous materials management plan and staff facilitation system to create an updated submittal for the regulatory agency.

California Fire Code Review

Kensington conducted a specific review and provided recommendations to a large California-based biotechnology manufacturing facility to ensure compliance for its new gas-fired boiler facility. The project focused on the client’s water treatment and chemical storage area. We also provided a facility code review and assisted the company’s management by making recommendations for the efficient and compliant operation of the boiler facility.

California Fire Code Review and HAZOP

Kensington conducted an in-depth California Fire Code review and facilitated a HAZOP for a flammable liquid storage and use process at a $1 billion manufacturing site run by a California-based biotechnology company.

Review and Recommendations on Fire Code and Waste Treatment Processes

Kensington updated the hazardous materials management program of an internationally-known San Francisco Bay Area-based biotechnology manufacturing and research company. We paid specific attention to Fire Code compliance. Our consultants also created the necessary materials and facilitated a cross-functional team that performed a what-if checklist analysis of an existing waste treatment process. In addition, we assessed the company’s processes and facilities relative to Fire Code requirements.

California Fire Code Review Working with a Cross-Functional Engineering, EHS, and Production Team

Kensington assessed a San Diego-based contract biotechnology manufacturing organization’s (CMO) code compliance with existing and proposed processes using flammable liquids.

California Fire Code and Third-Party Hazard and Operability Review

Kensington conducted an in-depth California Fire Code review and produced third-party reviews for a proposed campus-based automobile hydrogen fueling station.

Program Evaluation Projects

Regulatory Finding Implementation Analysis

Kensington reviewed the workplace safety consequences of implementing a finding made by a European drug regulatory agency. We analyzed potential impacts and made recommendations to safely integrate the requirement into the facility’s operation.

Department of Homeland Security Site Security Plan (SSP) Preparation

Kensington and a cross-functional CVI-trained team assisted a San Francisco Bay Area-based biotechnology manufacturing and research company in fulfilling DHS Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards requirements. This was done by preparing an SSP using the chemical security assessment tool.

Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Plan (RMP) Development and Implementation

Kensington conducted targeted risk management planning on a large anhydrous ammonia refrigeration process facility in California run by a globally recognized international food distribution company. We thoroughly evaluated the client’s existing PSM and RMP programs while identifying areas for updating and improvement. Our deliverables included an extensive and in-depth revision of the company’s program documents, such as:

  • Updated Policies and Procedures
  • Updated OCA
  • California Accidental Release Prevention Program (CalARP) Risk Management Plan Submittal

Responding to Audit Findings from a Regulatory Authority

Kensington helped a small company respond to audit findings from a local regulator. Our deliverables included a template for the facility to update its operating documentation consistent with state, federal, and local compliance requirements.

Causal Factor Investigation

Kensington conducted a rapid and accurate incident investigation and follow-up for a large pharmaceutical research and manufacturing organization. We trained and supported a cross-functional in-house team in performing a causal factor investigation for a process mishap. The incident occurred during a small molecule processing plant startup operation. Our deliverables included team training following an appropriate methodology and the facilitation of a company-based investigative staff during the process.

Workplace Health and Safety Projects

California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) Electrical Safe Work Program Assessment and Development

For this project, our deliverables included a field audit and survey of electrical safe work practices. These focused on shock hazards in the company's research, development, and quality assurance laboratories.

OSHA Electrical Safe Work Program Assessment and Development

For this project, our deliverables included a University of California (UC), Berkeley campus survey of the following:

  • Electrical Safe Work Practices
  • Enhanced Program Materials That Meet Cal/OSHA-Required Electrical Safe Work Needs
  • NFPA70E Arc Flash and Short-Circuit Value Calculations


Our revised campus electrical safe work program documents addressed the needs of campus administrative, research, and skilled trade staff.

Emergency Response and Targeted Exercises

Business Resumption Planning and Targeted Response Exercise

Kensington conducted business resumption coaching and developed a practical, updated business response plan for a restaurant chain’s headquarters. We assisted the client by building on their previous business resumption efforts. These included a detailed review and assessment and the design and execution of a facilitated business resumption tabletop exercise for the client’s leadership team.

Business Recovery Plan Development

Kensington reviewed the existing business resumption plan of a franchise restaurant company that has over 400 locations in the Midwest. Our deliverables included a gap analysis with the current edition of the Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs (NFPA 1600®) and recommended program improvement opportunities.

Business Continuity Plan Development

Kensington assisted an organization from the Midwest worth $3 billion with its risk management efforts by developing a credible potential business interruption scenario. The client used this scenario to estimate their loss magnitude and evaluate their existing recovery practices. In addition, they could now update their existing plans more easily to reflect realistic conditions.

Specific Design for Complex Campus-Wide Response Exercise and After-Action Report

Kensington designed and implemented a multipart emergency response exercise for the UC Davis campus. We provided extensive project assistance and identified target capabilities for exercise and evaluation tailored to the needs of the campus and surrounding area. The exercise design and execution followed Federal Homeland Security guidance. In addition, the exercise scenario was developed and executed in concert with the university’s County Operational Area and other participating agencies.

Customized Emergency Response Training Program

Kensington thoroughly investigated the current resources and processes of the UC Davis campus to prepare a customized ICS-SEMS-NIMS training program. The program fulfilled the UC System and local government requirements for emergency response. We then developed a ten-module combined training course covering the following:

  • Incident Command System
  • Standardized Emergency Management System
  • National Incident Management System

Specific Design for Complex Campus-Wide Response Exercise and After-Action Report

Kensington provided emergency operations center exercise design and implementation for the UC Davis campus, which houses over 30,000 students each year. We guided a select in-campus team in identifying target capabilities for exercise and evaluation. In addition, we used guidelines for pursuing the “National Preparedness Goal” to do the following:

  • Create a Compelling Scenario
  • Develop an Exercise Plan
  • Control Two Exercise Sessions
  • Draft an After-Action Report

California Specialized Training Institute’s (CSTI) “Emergency Management for Business and Industry” Course

Kensington was part of a team that presented this new CSTI course offering, which provided hands-on crisis response planning and management resources for industry leaders. The course focused on operational, environmental, security, and financial approaches to crisis response and business resumption.

Small Molecule Synthesis Hazard Assessment

Kensington produced a complete hazard assessment for a San Francisco Bay Area-based process plant and used their proprietary risk-assessment tools. We also prepared a hazard assessment for a relocated processing facility being constructed to synthesize new small molecule (potent compound) substances for potential therapeutic studies.

Transportation Quantitative Risk Assessment (TQRA)

Kensington produced a comprehensive transportation risk assessment and quantification report for a Louisiana-based process plant. We also prepared the TQRA for a proposed significant increase in chlorine consumption requirements. In addition, we developed existing literature on the topic and provided an independent set of calculations specific to the client’s circumstances.

TQRA

Kensington produced a comprehensive transportation risk assessment and quantification study for an American process plant. We examined different transportation routes and modes of dangerous goods from a raw material supplier in China. The TQRA was also produced using the DNV software application SAFETI.

Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP)

Kensington facilitated two comprehensive HAZOP revalidations for a California-based chemical process plant regulated under the Contra Costa County Industrial Safety Ordinance. The revalidations were done per the client’s regulatory process safety management and risk management plan obligations. In addition, we trained their staff and facilitated the performance of their revalidations for electronic-grade ammonium fluoride and hydrofluoric acid production processes.

Due Diligence

Kensington assisted a globally recognized international food distribution company during a potential process and facility acquisition. The task included examining novel processing technology that had potential impacts on workplace safety.

Engineering Design Review for New Equipment

Kensington guided a large San Francisco Bay Area-based biotechnology company in identifying new process equipment design revisions directed at optimizing safety and efficiency. All regulatory requirements and operational cost and efficiency concerns were considered in this highly regulated environment. Our process design review included training and facilitating a cross-functional team in performing a process hazard assessment.

Detailed Facility and Process Hazard Review and Evaluation

Kensington facilitated two comprehensive HAZOPs for a large California-based plant that treats 400 million gallons of wastewater per day. This was done per their regulatory process safety management and risk management plan obligations. We trained their staff and conducted new HAZOPs for their chlorine disinfection and digester gas (methane) producing processes.

Cause-Consequence Analysis

Kensington assisted a large pharmaceutical research and manufacturing organization in facilitating several cause-consequence analyses using an internal protocol. We conducted a two-design process hazard analysis using the cause-consequence technique for the client’s potent compound reactant and solvent handling, synthesis, and drug post-processing operations. In addition, our deliverables included the creation of a template specific to their protocol within the IHS software application PHA-Pro®.

Process Hazard Review Revalidation

Kensington facilitated two comprehensive HAZOP revalidations for a California-based chemical process plant regulated under the Contra Costa County Industrial Safety Ordinance. This was done per their regulatory process safety management and risk management plan obligations. In addition, we trained their staff and performed revalidations for their electronic material production processes.

Process Hazard Analysis for Regulatory Compliance

Kensington facilitated a what-if/checklist process hazard analysis (PHA) for a globally recognized international food distribution company. The analysis examined the client’s large anhydrous ammonia refrigeration process in California.

We checked the process for operational, design, and external hazards and inspected human factors that might contribute to an accidental release. To create a comprehensive assessment, our team evaluated the client’s existing PHAs, including those produced for projects covered under change management.

Offsite Consequence Analysis (OCA)

Kensington produced an offsite consequence analysis for chlorine, sulfur dioxide, and digester gas (methane) for a large California-based wastewater treatment plant. This was done per their regulatory risk management plan obligations. We performed detailed two-phase release calculations for chlorine and sulfur dioxide processes, leading to accurate identification of alternate release scenario dispersion model source terms.

International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration’s (IIAR) 41st Annual Meeting (2019)

Kensington and our collaborators at Lloyd’s Register Consulting (based in Bergen, Norway) completed an ARF-funded project. We also presented the technical paper “Ammonia Detection in Refrigerated Spaces a CFD Simulation Study.” (Note: This presentation was repeated for the virtual IIAR 2020 conference.)

IIAR’s 38th Annual Meeting (2016)

Kensington and our collaborators at Lloyd’s Register Consulting developed and presented a technical paper, “Quantitative Risk Analysis of Untreated Vertical Pressure Relief Venting Using a Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulation.”

IIAR’s 36th Annual Meeting (2014)

Kensington and our collaborators at Korf Technologies (based in Sarnia in Ontario, Canada) developed and presented a technical paper, “Ammonia Refrigeration System Pressure Relief Vent Design Evaluation.”

First and Second Annual Central Valley Chemical Safety Day

These premier events dedicated to chemical safety are held in the California Central Valley and attract over 700 participants. Kensington was chosen during both years to present as part of the technical program.

In 2009, William Greulich, our company principal, presented an overview of mechanical integrity compliance as a critical process safety management program component. The following year, he presented an overview of program self-auditing directed at guiding owners and operators to use their audits as a program self-improvement tool.

232nd American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition

Kensington developed and presented innovative business survival material as part of the “Recovery from & Prevention of Natural Disasters” technical program.

First Annual San Joaquin Valley Ammonia Professionals Day

This new program aimed to empower corporate and government leaders with practical compliance and risk management information. Kensington delivered the presentation “Process Hazard Evaluations Before, During, and After” as part of the technical program providing updated hazardous materials management information.

QUAKE 2006 (“Business Survival Tutorial”)

Kensington was part of a team that presented on April 17, 2006, at the centennial earthquake conference in San Francisco. Our comprehensive, reality-based presentation and panel discussion were recognized for providing an insightful, practical perspective on realistic industry threats and how they can be counteracted.

New Jersey Toxic Catastrophe Prevention Act (TCPA) Program Audit

Kensington assisted our client’s corporate audit team in evaluating their plant’s TCPA compliance programs. Our focus areas included the following:

  • Process Safety Information Evaluations
  • Hazard Evaluations
  • Closure of Improvement Recommendations
  • Review of the Facility’s Risk Management Plan

California Building Code Review

Kensington assisted a major California-based airport with a thorough occupant loading and egress assessment. This was done to ensure their compliance with the California Building Code before they commissioned a newly constructed airport concourse. We also provided recommendations to the airport’s management.

California Fire Code Review

Kensington conducted an in-depth California Fire Code review on a biotechnology company’s $10 billion site in Northern California that performed scientific research and manufacturing. We reviewed the facility’s existing hazardous materials management plan and staff facilitation system to create an updated submittal for the regulatory agency.

California Fire Code Review

Kensington conducted a specific review and provided recommendations to a large California-based biotechnology manufacturing facility to ensure compliance for its new gas-fired boiler facility. The project focused on the client’s water treatment and chemical storage area. We also provided a facility code review and assisted the company’s management by making recommendations for the efficient and compliant operation of the boiler facility.

California Fire Code Review and HAZOP

Kensington conducted an in-depth California Fire Code review and facilitated a HAZOP for a flammable liquid storage and use process at a $1 billion manufacturing site run by a California-based biotechnology company.

Review and Recommendations on Fire Code and Waste Treatment Processes

Kensington updated the hazardous materials management program of an internationally-known San Francisco Bay Area-based biotechnology manufacturing and research company. We paid specific attention to Fire Code compliance. Our consultants also created the necessary materials and facilitated a cross-functional team that performed a what-if checklist analysis of an existing waste treatment process. In addition, we assessed the company’s processes and facilities relative to Fire Code requirements.

California Fire Code Review Working with a Cross-Functional Engineering, EHS, and Production Team

Kensington assessed a San Diego-based contract biotechnology manufacturing organization’s (CMO) code compliance with existing and proposed processes using flammable liquids.

California Fire Code and Third-Party Hazard and Operability Review

Kensington conducted an in-depth California Fire Code review and produced third-party reviews for a proposed campus-based automobile hydrogen fueling station.

Regulatory Finding Implementation Analysis

Kensington reviewed the workplace safety consequences of implementing a finding made by a European drug regulatory agency. We analyzed potential impacts and made recommendations to safely integrate the requirement into the facility’s operation.

Department of Homeland Security Site Security Plan (SSP) Preparation

Kensington and a cross-functional CVI-trained team assisted a San Francisco Bay Area-based biotechnology manufacturing and research company in fulfilling DHS Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards requirements. This was done by preparing an SSP using the chemical security assessment tool.

Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Plan (RMP) Development and Implementation

Kensington conducted targeted risk management planning on a large anhydrous ammonia refrigeration process facility in California run by a globally recognized international food distribution company. We thoroughly evaluated the client’s existing PSM and RMP programs while identifying areas for updating and improvement. Our deliverables included an extensive and in-depth revision of the company’s program documents, such as:

  • Updated Policies and Procedures
  • Updated OCA
  • California Accidental Release Prevention Program (CalARP) Risk Management Plan Submittal

Responding to Audit Findings from a Regulatory Authority

Kensington helped a small company respond to audit findings from a local regulator. Our deliverables included a template for the facility to update its operating documentation consistent with state, federal, and local compliance requirements.

Causal Factor Investigation

Kensington conducted a rapid and accurate incident investigation and follow-up for a large pharmaceutical research and manufacturing organization. We trained and supported a cross-functional in-house team in performing a causal factor investigation for a process mishap. The incident occurred during a small molecule processing plant startup operation. Our deliverables included team training following an appropriate methodology and the facilitation of a company-based investigative staff during the process.

California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) Electrical Safe Work Program Assessment and Development

For this project, our deliverables included a field audit and survey of electrical safe work practices. These focused on shock hazards in the company's research, development, and quality assurance laboratories.

OSHA Electrical Safe Work Program Assessment and Development

For this project, our deliverables included a University of California (UC), Berkeley campus survey of the following:

  • Electrical Safe Work Practices
  • Enhanced Program Materials That Meet Cal/OSHA-Required Electrical Safe Work Needs
  • NFPA70E Arc Flash and Short-Circuit Value Calculations


Our revised campus electrical safe work program documents addressed the needs of campus administrative, research, and skilled trade staff.

Business Resumption Planning and Targeted Response Exercise

Kensington conducted business resumption coaching and developed a practical, updated business response plan for a restaurant chain’s headquarters. We assisted the client by building on their previous business resumption efforts. These included a detailed review and assessment and the design and execution of a facilitated business resumption tabletop exercise for the client’s leadership team.

Business Recovery Plan Development

Kensington reviewed the existing business resumption plan of a franchise restaurant company that has over 400 locations in the Midwest. Our deliverables included a gap analysis with the current edition of the Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs (NFPA 1600®) and recommended program improvement opportunities.

Business Continuity Plan Development

Kensington assisted an organization from the Midwest worth $3 billion with its risk management efforts by developing a credible potential business interruption scenario. The client used this scenario to estimate their loss magnitude and evaluate their existing recovery practices. In addition, they could now update their existing plans more easily to reflect realistic conditions.

Specific Design for Complex Campus-Wide Response Exercise and After-Action Report

Kensington designed and implemented a multipart emergency response exercise for the UC Davis campus. We provided extensive project assistance and identified target capabilities for exercise and evaluation tailored to the needs of the campus and surrounding area. The exercise design and execution followed Federal Homeland Security guidance. In addition, the exercise scenario was developed and executed in concert with the university’s County Operational Area and other participating agencies.

Customized Emergency Response Training Program

Kensington thoroughly investigated the current resources and processes of the UC Davis campus to prepare a customized ICS-SEMS-NIMS training program. The program fulfilled the UC System and local government requirements for emergency response. We then developed a ten-module combined training course covering the following:

  • Incident Command System
  • Standardized Emergency Management System
  • National Incident Management System

Specific Design for Complex Campus-Wide Response Exercise and After-Action Report

Kensington provided emergency operations center exercise design and implementation for the UC Davis campus, which houses over 30,000 students each year. We guided a select in-campus team in identifying target capabilities for exercise and evaluation. In addition, we used guidelines for pursuing the “National Preparedness Goal” to do the following:

  • Create a Compelling Scenario
  • Develop an Exercise Plan
  • Control Two Exercise Sessions
  • Draft an After-Action Report

California Specialized Training Institute’s (CSTI) “Emergency Management for Business and Industry” Course

Kensington was part of a team that presented this new CSTI course offering, which provided hands-on crisis response planning and management resources for industry leaders. The course focused on operational, environmental, security, and financial approaches to crisis response and business resumption.

Our Alliances

Our Clients

  • Acceptable Risk
  • Affiliated Engineers
  • Althea Technologies
  • Applied Power Technologies, Inc.
  • Baker Hughes
  • Baker Inspections
  • Baxalta
  • Bay Area Engineers
  • Bay Cities Pyrotector
  • Bayer Corporation
  • Chemtrade
  • Chiron
  • City of Fresno
  • City of San Jose
  • Coherus BioSciences
  • Columbus Foods
  • ComplianceOnline
  • Complianz World
  • Convergence Consulting
  • CSTI
  • Daimler
  • Darigold
  • Delicato Family Wines
  • Dover Chemical
  • Dole
  • Electrochem
  • Eli Lilly
  • FullBloom Baking Company
  • Genentech
  • General Chemical
  • Greene & Hemly
  • Gentherm
  • Grifols
  • HNI International
  • Hytrans Fire Systems
  • Impax Asset Management Group
  • International Rectifier
  • JL Skye Inc.
  • Koch Industries
  • MetricStream
  • MISTRAS Group
  • Momentive Performance Materials
  • NAES Corporation
  • Nestlé
  • Novartis
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
  • PPG
  • Pretium Packaging
  • Quemetco
  • Roche
  • Santa Clara University
  • Schwan Food
  • Shire
  • Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.
  • SRCSD
  • SSK
  • STC
  • Stellar Group
  • Sunoco
  • Taco John’s International, Inc.
  • Takeda
  • Thoratec Corporation
  • Trireme
  • UC Berkeley
  • UC Davis
  • Zero Zone
  • Zymergen