Business Continuity

Business continuity (BC) -Business Continuity- refers to the maintenance of business functions or their quick resumption in the event of a major disruption, caused by fire, pandemic, flood, earthquake, financial crisis or other causes.

The plan should allow the organization to continue operating at least during a crisis. The plan helps the organization maintain resilience by responding quickly to any disruptions. A good and comprehensive risk analysis is essential for the continuity plan to be efficient and save the company money, time and reputation, in addition to avoiding on one occasion more than the temporary or total exit from the market when there is a prolonged interruption or a precipitate of financial, personal and reputation losses.

Compliance Services

More than 25 years in the areas of safety and health, environmental protection, fire protection, legal compliance, and ISO management systems.
We develop projects in North America, South America, and Europe
We are familiar with the regulations of each country in which we operate and in some of them, we participate in the drafting of the regulations.

Risk Assessment

“….a careful examination of what, in your work, could cause harm to people, so that you can weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm….”

is the cornerstone of any planning, whether in the short term as well as the medium or long term. The Appropriate analysis will allow visualizing both the risks and the dangers to which it is exposed. The risk analysis should be carried out for new projects not only for Safety and process technique issues but also to know its viability. In operations already in process to know its updating, resilience, and sustainability.
Based on the above, project or an existing operation can not be developed that is appropriate, logical, understandable, and can be activated easily, feasible and quickly. The Risk assessment must include the total activities of the company and can be divided for its implementation in sites, divisions, operations, process and departments.