Safety

Fire and explosion hazards, flood risk management, disaster relief plans, business security and continuity; safety is a top priority amongst policymakers in government bodies and commerce alike. But what are the risks, how should they be managed and what constitutes an acceptable level of risk? Save contributes to the development of innovative and effective policy, solutions and methodologies throughout the whole safety chain.

Complete safety does not exist in the real world. We have to accept that there will always be some residual risk. But how safe is safe enough, and how should you address residual risks? From safety concept to mitigation, Save gives clients a comprehensive package of safety expertise. In conjunction with our knowledge of process, policy and organizational consultancy, we develop appropriate solutions that make a significant contribution to improving safety.

Fire safety
While there are various laws, regulations and agreements relating to fire safety, there are also some gray and unspecified areas. Save has paid its way in all areas, particularly the latter ones. We work closely with the various interested parties to deliver fire safety in the form of assessments, concepts, designs and assistance with implementation.

Industrial safety
Hazardous substances and high risk business processes; safety is a crucial factor in nearly all industrial process facilities. Save selects, designs and assesses safety measures for process, fire and explosion risks. This is achieved by using realistic scenarios in which we map the potential impact into harm to people, the environment and surrounding area.

Integrated safety
We live, work and play in a densely populated country. Practical agreements and guidelines are needed to ensure an adequate basic level of safety for residents, businesses and the environment, regardless of the spatial development concerned.  Whether it involves writing policy or putting it into practice, our diversity of expertise enables us to advise architects, fire authorities, government departments, industry, project developers and institutions at all levels and from all perspectives.