256 pages | 31 B/W Illus.
All corporations must perform evaluations to define the risks to public health and the environment. Your corporation can get the edge by evaluating risk with a process that begins with the "end-in-mind" for the property and that concludes with a cogently communicated argument that addresses the issues. With this in mind, Risk-Based Analysis for Environmental Managers provides scientific strategies and techniques for reducing corporate environment liabilities.
This practical guide provides a new, integrated perspective on the role of risk assessment in managing contaminated properties. It describes how to manage the assessment to impact decision making. The book provides you with a crisp, historical review and background development and an integrated technique called Risk-Based Analysis. This technique includes:
Working with a foundation of knowledge and strength will enable you to build a creative, value-added position that minimizes the risk potential through cost-effective techniques and returns the impaired property to valuable use. Risk-Based Analysis will help you obtain this goal, and Risk-Based Analysis for Environmental Managers give you the tools you need to use Risk-Based Analysis to its full potential.
Reality-Based Management, Kurt A. Frantzen and Jerry Ackerman
Environmental Risk Management, Kurt A. Frantzen
Interfacing the Assessment, Management, and Communication of Risk, Cris Williams, Kurt A. Frantzen, and Judy Vangalio
The Practice of Risk-Based Analysis, Kurt A. Frantzen, Cris Williams, Judy Vangalio, and Jerry Ackerman
Evolution of the Risk Paradigm, Cris Williams
Evaluating Financial Liability Implications of Environmental Risks, John Rosengard
Risk Communication Basics, Sam Ostrow
Risk-Based Analysis Workbook, Kurt A. Frantzen, Judy Vangalio, and Cris Williams