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No matter where your project sits on the energy provision lifecycle, our extensive foreseeable hazards database gives you the insights you need to mitigate risk. Click an option below to see the foreseeable hazards most likely to impact your next project.

Hazard: Poor weather/extreme temperatures

How this hazards manifests:

N/A

Typical Control Measures

Avoid working in bad weather conditions. Foul weather clothing; shelter; rescue plans.

Hazard: Stress

How this hazards manifests:

Excessive workload, fear of failure, not enough work, boring work, constant change, poor working relationship, uncertainty of objectives.

Typical Control Measures

Control and monitor workload demand, provide support to employees, encourage positive relationships, ensure employees understand their responsibilities within the organisation, eliminate bias in communication.

Hazard: Tides and wave conditions

How this hazards manifests:

N/A

Typical Control Measures

Prevent working in bad weather conditions.

Component failure (mechanical, structural failure)

Hazard present in: Planning and Design, Construction, Commissioning & testing, Operation, Maintenance & Services, Decommissioning

How this hazards manifests:

To be considered, i.e. fail-to-safe modes, e.g. to ensure all critical component failures fail to a safe condition and prevent additional runaway failure events;

Typical Control Measures

HAZOP and HAZAN studies conducted during the design phases to confirm structural and safety integrity.

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