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Mimansa supports the clients’ need for risk improvement and management. A detailed scope of work with agreed risk engineering standards is finalised with clients. In line with the agreed scope of work, the facilities are evaluated for constructional aspects, occupancy specific hazards, hazardous processes including flammable liquid evaluations, existing fire protection systems and various other human element programs needed to maintain a healthy risk management philosophy.

In addition to direct property loss, a full assessment of potential business interruption is completed during each site visit.

Some of the sectors we've serviced are - 

  • Auto ancillary

  • Food and dairy products

  • Logistics and Warehousing

  • Semiconductor

  • Chemical and Petrochemical

  • General Manufacturing

  • Paper and paper products, wood

  • Telecommunications

  • Construction

  • Glass and Molten metal

  • Pharmaceuticals

  • Electrical and Electronics

  • IT / ITES

  • Power Generation


Insurance and Re-insurance underwriters need to understand the quality of risk to enable accurate underwriting. Our reports provide a detailed picture of the quality of risk at the facility and underwriting detail factors like Construction, Occupancy, Protection and Exposure (COPE information), Overall Risk Summary, Business Interruption and Makeup Capabilities, NatHaz Exposure and Loss Expectancies e.g. Maximum Foreseeable Loss (MFL), Probable Maximum Loss (PML), and Normal Loss Expectancy (NLE). Reports also include recommendations for Risk Improvement with Cost Benefit Analysis.


Our reports provide advice and input to the financial sector. The focus is to identify risks and exposures that may lead to losses and/or project delays. This input is invaluable to investors assessing the security of their investments and includes “Due Diligence” activities and Natural Hazard evaluations.

Some of our Clients - 

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