• building cutaway showing floors with potential MAQ hazards depicted by GHS codes
    September 22, 2023
    The Building Project MAQ Conundrum When it comes to constructing and remodeling buildings for research, the determination of Maximum Allowable Quantities (MAQs) for hazardous materials is a critical part of planning and executing a building…...Read more
  • Investment with RSS, team behind application support shaking hands with EH&S
    September 21, 2023
    Risk and Safety Solutions is more than just a technology provider; we believe in the power of community. What does that mean? Well, we’ve worked with hundreds of organizations, and with each one, we’ve come to understand that the problems they face…...Read more
  • RSS Symposium 2023 Davis, California
    September 20, 2023
    For fifteen years, Risk and Safety Solutions (RSS) has had an ever-growing role in the University of California’s EH&S and Risk Management efforts, from creating a systemwide technology team in 2010 that supports all ten UC campuses to…...Read more
  • combination of graphs, computer desktop, coins, and money
    May 11, 2022
    Before you can purchase software services, you’ll often need to convince one or more people to approve the purchase. One way you can achieve this is by writing a budget justification. These documents can be hard to write, but they do a great job of…...Read more
  • sublevels of a building divided to show maximum allowable quantities of chemicals
    March 29, 2022
    What does MAQ stand for? MAQ is an acronym for maximum allowable quantity and is derived from the fire code. What are MAQs? The maximum allowable quantity is an amount of hazardous material(s) that can be stored or used within a specific area in…...Read more

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