RSI's skilled specialists bring a dedication to safety, a depth of expertise, and a commitment to quality unique to our industry. RSI is dedicated to continual improvement. Through collaborative teamwork among our own personnel, our suppliers, and our customers, we put "Quality" principles to work for our customers!
RSI is one of the few Catalyst Handling companies who have a dynamic safety, environmental and health management systems in place that qualify under RC 14001, ISO 14001 and OSHA 18001 standards and protocols. Our commitment to our staff, our customers and our vendors are second only to our commitment to the moral and ethical principles found in God's Word.
RSI's many years of experience are a definite asset to the company. Many concepts and designs were pioneered by RSI and are commonly used by both customers and competitors. RSI has developed innovative safety systems and National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) approved inert entry equipment to ensure the safety of our personnel and the personnel of our customers.
RSI’s specialties include vacuuming, screening and replacing catalysts in refineries, gas processing and chemical plants. Our expertise in inert gas entry through the use of RSI’s Supplied Air Monitoring System (SAMS ™) helps to cut reactor downtime.
RSI excels in keeping the turnaround process uneventful. Should the unexpected arise, RSI is quick to respond with creative solutions in the safest, most cost efficient way. It is our goal to meet your needs in the safest, most cost-efficient way possible, even if we have to invent it!
For example, RSIs exclusive REACTORVISION ™ inspection gives a firsthand view of exactly what is happening inside the vessel, providing a visual record of your equipment,and allowing our clients the ability to make critical decisions based on facts instead of guesswork.
Overall management is critical and RSI has proven expertise. From designing systems and procedures for unusually challenging jobs, to directing the efforts of the numerous personnel involved.
Safety is the most important aspect of any job RSI does. Careful pre-job planning, expert supervision, and on-site safety meetings help assure the safe completion of every assignment. Video monitors, back-up safetymen and equipment, and RSI training assures a safely completed job.
All RSI personnel involved in handling hazardous materials have completed a five-step qualification program, including a 24-hour workshop designed to meet OSHA requirements, and participate annually in a ten-hour refresher course. They must also pass a physical examination to meet OSHA requirements. To name just a few of the subjects covered, RSI in-house training includes: Respiratory Protection, Fall Protection, Confined Space Hazards and Entry, Forklift Operation, and Hazard Communication.
RSI’s veteran supervisors must complete an additional eight-hour course and are responsible on every job to provide direct and responsive communication. Veteran supervisors on every job provide direct and responsive communication with the customer.