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Baker Engineering And Risk Consultants Inc
BakerRisk provides solutions to companies and government agencies involved with hazardous materials to prevent or mitigate accidents, and protect personnel and other assets.
BakerRisk is an internationally recognized firm dedicated to help predict, prevent, and mitigate hazards from explosions, fires, and toxic releases. Our staff is comprised of highly qualified engineers and scientists with a focus on explosion effects, structural dynamics, process safety, risk analysis, chemical hazards testing, and explosion incident investigation. We specialize in process safety and risk management services to companies in the petroleum and chemical industries, as well as engineering and testing services for government agencies and private companies involved with hazardous materials.
Since 1984, BakerRisk has specialized in risk assessment services for the energy and chemical processing industry and been involved as lead investigator in several high profile accidental industrial explosions around the world. In addition to the extensive experience in incident investigation work, BakerRisk has been at the forefront of research in the field of vapor cloud explosions, jet fires, structural impact testing and a variety of other topics to improve the understanding of common hazards encountered in the chemical processing industry.
Cutting Edge Research & Development
Since inception, BakerRisk has been proud to be at the leading edge of blast, process safety, and structural impact research. With two large-scale test facilities that we own and operate, plus a combustion and materials lab, we design and oversee customized, cost-effective testing and research to meet your unique challenges. We also sponsor several joint-industry research programs that address hazards and risks ranging from industrial explosions to tool testing failures for the down-hole tool industry. This vast pool of research knowledge and hands-on experience provides BakerRisk staff with a unique set of resources to leverage into our consulting services.
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- “Op. Really good people that help you to develop skills you will use later on in your career.”
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There were some friendly people working there. They are extremely knowledgeable about their category in risk engineering.
Organization is disorganized, unadaptable, and rigid. All decisions are made by a group collective- even for business objectives outside of others’ SME. Company is ultra-concerned about conflicts of interest within their business despite their business as experts in their category and creation of regulations for industry in which they serve is at its base a conflict of interest. The company is extremely risk averse and inordinately tight on spend for anything that cannot be expensed and reimbursed by a customer or a cooperative. Caveat Emptor!
Awesome technical opportunities for those who want challenges
Top down management style can be a drag
It was fun, please enjoy
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100% Employee Owned, small but executive quality /educated employees. Base office in San Antonio, but other offices in the US, Canada, and the UK.
Admin is low on the totem pole and a bit underpaid. Technical staff is priority.
Few opportunities to explore other career options outside of the engineering departments.