What is a Process Hazard Analysis?
Process Hazard Analysis: a systematic effort designed to identify and analyze hazards associated with processing or handling of highly hazardous material: and a method to provide information which will help workers and employers in making decisions that will improve safety.
When you perform a process hazard analysis you are seeking to identify all of the possible hazards that exist in any given industrial process and creating contingency plans to reduce risks associated with that particular hazard. A PHA provides managers and workers with the information they need to make decisions that will improve safety and reduce risks in their facility.
September 15th, 2018 is the deadline for organizations registered under ISO 14001:2004 to transition to the new standard, ISO 14001:2015.
Organizations who wish to maintain their certification must transition to the new standard since ISO 14001:2004 certificates will no longer be valid.
With the latest addition in 2017 of a Diedrich D-50 Turbo Plus track rig, NGE continues to maintain cutting-edge geotechnical equipment. Using our in-house equipment, drill crews, and geotechnical engineers, NGE can provide for all of your geotechnical needs in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
NGE is pleased to announce the recent hire of Melissa A. Heike as the Manager of Health & Safety Services. Melissa comes to NGE with more than 25 years of professional experience in health & safety management.