Most international legislation requires risk assessments to be carried out to ensure and maintain safety in the workplace. Our specialist consultants have years of risk assessment experience and are trained to carry out a range of risk assessment methodologies such as HAZOP, HAZID, LOPA, OBRA and QRA. We undertake risk assessments in a holistic way to ensure, maintain and optimise safety compliance in your work environment.
Why HSS for Risk Assessment
We implement risk assessments in a holistic way. We also determine what practicable recommendations should be made for your company to consider reducing the level of risk to people, business and environment. Our dedicated specialists have years of industry experience and can apply risk assessment techniques across a range of industries and can be applied to the complexities of your business. Our dedicated team of experts are committed to helping you ensure and maintain compliance without the exorbitant fees and delay to your operations.
We can assist you in the following areas:
- HRA (Task Analysis and Human Reliability Assessment)
- SIL (Safety Integrity Level)
- SIS (Safety Instrumented System)
- LOPA (Layers of Protection Analysis)
- FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) FMECA (Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis)
- COMAH (Control of Major Accident Hazards)
- Frequency Assessments
- Consequence Modelling
- OBRA (Occupied Buildings Risk Assessment)
- QRA (Quantitative Risk Assessment)
Safety audits are intended to assure that effective program elements are in place for identifying, eliminating, or controlling hazards that could adversely impact a company’s physical and human assets. Conducted properly, this type of audit will help reduce injury and illness rates, lower workers compensation and other business costs, empower employees by involving them in activities affecting their own safety and health, increase job satisfaction, and make the company more competitive.
More than just ticking a box in a safety audit. We go the extra mile by running an in-depth analysis to make your business safer and more efficient. Delegate to our passionate specialists to save time and effort and keep your people safe.
Formal Safety Audits
- Should be conducted on a regularly scheduled basis
- Demonstrate the company has made a commitment to safety and is monitoring and enforcing its established Safety Policy and procedures
- Should be an official part of the company’s health and safety program
- Should involve employees, supervisors, middle and upper level operating management, and health and safety professionals
- Establish a schedule of safety audits for each workplace and work process
A safety inspection is an on-site walk through to identify potential hazards to occupants and personnel and options for remedial action. Safety inspections are also important for property insurance issues. A review of safety equipment (Emergency eyewash, shower, fire extinguishers, first aid kits, etc.) is also completed to verify proper working order.
Safety Inspections involve examining, testing, assessing various equipment & systems under Lifting Equipment & Accessories, NDT, Pressure Vessels, Thermography, Electrical and many other machineries for mandatory & non-mandatory items.
- Hazardous Materials Management inspects areas using and storing hazardous materials.
- Radiation Safety inspects areas using and storing radioactive materials.
- There are also property insurance inspections, food safety inspections, and general safety inspections.