Chemicals Industry Most Affected by Fires and Explosions

June 4, 2019

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Based on data from riskmethods, the Chemicals industry is most at risk for disasters at business partner sites, a category of risk that includes fires and explosions. Of all the alerts sent to customers in 2018, this alert was most commonly sent to companies within the Chemicals industry. The Allianz Risk Barometer report consistently ranks fires and explosions as among the most-feared risks faced by businesses, and our data suggests that respondents aren’t wrong to think so. This is especially true in the Chemicals industry, where a statistical analysis of the alerts sent to riskmethods customers in 2018 shows a clear trend: the Chemicals industry suffers most from fires and explosions that might affect their supply network.

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