FPC supports its clients in determining corporate intentions, principles of action and aspirations to achieve the required life & fire safety (L&FS) objectives. Together with the customer we ensure that these L&FS objectives are consistent, relevant to the performed activities and that they reduce risks and hazards to levels as low as reasonably practical.
Risk analysis techniques and software are employed to identify hazards and define consequences in terms of life safety exposure, business interruption and property damage. Fully quantitative risk-based methods are used whenever feasible, to bridge the gap between L&FS engineering and finances.
FPC assists its clients in transferring results from risk analysis into an overall Master Plan, thereby accounting for insurance requirements, regulations imposed by government and industry-related practices.
Based on the proposed strategy, L&FS programmes are developed and budget estimates for implementation prepared. Management techniques are introduced to monitor L&FS during the life cycle of the asset.
- Optimum balance between prevention, protection and emergency response
- Cost effective safety solutions
- Increased management control over risk reduction strategies and expenditures
- Consistent and objective decision-making
- Safeguard reputational risk