Paul L. Errico Associates, Inc. is a privately owned firm specializing in, but not limited to, safety and hazardous materials. The company serves industrial, commercial, institutional and healthcare markets by offering a broad range of engineering services in the areas of:
• Safety Management
• Fire Safety Management
• Disaster Management
• Anti-Terrorism Training
• Accident Investigation
• Design, Development and Delivery of Training Programs
• Critical Incident Stress Management
• Security Issues
• Hazardous Materials (are of special interest to our clients.)
Though based in Connecticut, Paul L. Errico Associates, Inc. not only handles projects throughout the tri-state area and New England, but extends into other regions of the country. We have a number of professionals on staff who give us the capability of handling any project, whether large or small. The clients served are from public and private sectors.
Paul L. Errico Associates, Inc. is located in Bridgeport, Connecticut and situated between Interstate 95 and the Merritt Parkway and nearby the Route 8/25 connector.
Since its establishment in 1985, Paul L. Errico Associates, Inc. has maintained the fundamental principle of a close client relationship and services its clients twenty-four (24) hours a day.
Our firm views each client’s project as unique. Our experiences allow for assessments, evaluation and implementation by incorporating our services as needed to best suit the client’s needs.
While no two projects are identical, there is a general approach used to clearly determine the scope of services required.
Arranging for a Proposal
An initial conference is scheduled to establish project goals. Alternative approaches are explored and the potential benefits from consulting services are discussed. Our proposal will include: 1) an outline of the work or activity to be done; 2) the means by which we would accomplish the work; 3) insuring an overall understanding of the project in relation to the satisfaction of the outlined goals; 4) a schedule to track project progress; and, 5) terms of payment will be defined.
Upon acceptance of our proposal, the most qualified staff member will be assigned and the project will be staffed accordingly.
Performing the Work
In performing our services, particular guidelines are followed:
•A project leader and staff are assigned to the project. These people have the ability to relate with management, professionals and hourly employees.
•Work is scheduled to cause minimal disruption to the client’s employee’s regular duties.
•When working with line and staff personnel a rapport is established to strengthen internal relationships within the organization. While we are on site, we believe it is vital to be as much a part of your organization as possible.
Upon completion of a project, a final report is prepared and submitted to the client. The report includes methods used, conclusions reached, recommendations and steps to be taken for implementation.
A project is considered complete when the scope of work specifically defined in the proposal has been completed.