ESi’s risk assessment team has a broad range of experience conducting risk assessments and managing product, plant, and employee safety for and with our clients.
From industrial machinery and consumer products to nuclear technology, our experts have performed investigations and led risk assessment teams across multiple industries. Our experience ranges from Fortune 100 companies to government organizations. This includes both qualitative risk assessments, as well as quantitative, probabilistic risk assessments.
ESi has consulted directly with many machine and product manufacturers to analyze existing operational, maintenance, and installation manuals and develop new product literature, manuals, and warnings. These consultations are done with an eye toward complying with current domestic and international standards, as well as to improve readability and comprehension based on human factors.
Our risk assessment experts are also widely published, and are very knowledgeable about the U.S. and International requirements for risk assessment and machine safety. Many of our experts actively contribute to domestic and international safety standards development, including risk assessment standards, helping businesses create safer workplaces.
ESi was retained by the manufacturer of personal fall protection equipment to perform a safety analysis and documented risk assessment of a newly designed detachable cable sleeve. This product provides fall protection for workers climbing fixed ladders in multiple industrial applications.
ESi announces the launch of two new Biomechanics and Safety sub-practices -- important steps in ESi’s drive to intensify focus on key areas of our business while providing high value technical services to clients.
ESi launches a new Rail sub-practice, led by ESi Principal Philip J. Daum, P.E., to harness the talent and expertise we possess in this area and provide clients with some of the most advanced thinking and services in the rail industry.
Anand Shah, Dennis B. Brickman, Joseph Grzetic and Joseph Eganhouse embarked on an effort to determine common causes of failure in elastomeric resistance bands used in exercise programs.
ESi's expertise spans dozens of industries and specializations organized across several practice groups, each staffed by dozens of in-house experts with the technical knowledge, hands-on expertise, and courtroom experience required to execute projects for and with our clients from start to finish.Find an Expert Contact Us