Kenexis is a process safety consulting engineering firm that provides technical safety services for new and existing facilities including performance-based fire and gas mapping, and risk analysis for industries that manage risks related to chemicals or stored energy.

We specialize in analyzing risks of any process under control or material in containment to quantify the hazard, design reduction targets, and ensure the selected targets are met.  Analysis is done using a risk-based process where the selected equipment, maintenance, and testing procedures are tailored to specific requirements of an application.  The risk-based approach yields a design that provides the required risk reduction at a manageable cost.

We provide a full complement of training, consulting engineering services, and technical software for process safety departments.

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Introducing Kenexis Unlimited

Kenexis Unlimited is our entire cloud-based suite of process safety software and training. It increases safety, security, visibility, usability, quality, productivity, and training while dramatically reducing your annual costs for process safety software and process safety training. Unlimited provides access to unlimited users from your company and migration services for your existing study data at a very reasonable fee.

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