Hazard Identification and Control Reviews

Every business faces risks that could present threats to its success. These threats are potential hazardous events and so risks are a function of hazards being present and exposure of such hazards to receptors, i.e. people, assets, environment, etc. Safe Dimensions identify, analyse and evaluate hazards for businesses to ensure there are adequate controls in place that protect receptors from their exposure.

As an independent third party, Safe Dimensions provide structured specific, industry proven facilitation to get the best from the diverse range of experts that are involved with major projects across a broad range of industries, countries and cultures during conceptual, design and operational project phases. Our hazard identification and control team of highly qualified and experienced facilitators / chairpersons, scribes and analysts conduct team-based structured hazard identification and control analysis / safety review workshop sessions, as well as prepare study reports, for:

  • Hazard Identification (HAZID) / Environmental HAZID (ENVID) Study;
  • Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Study, i.e. Design and Operational HAZOP;
  • Hazards and Effects Management Process (HEMP);
  • Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) Study;
  • Bow-Tie Analysis;
  • Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA);
  • Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Determination / Assessment;
  • Functional Safety Management;
  • Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA);
  • Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA);
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA);
  • Event Tree Analysis (ETA);
  • Inherent Safety Review;
  • 3D Model Design Review, i.e. 30%, 60% and 90%; and including
  • Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Site Survey and Inspection.

Safe Dimensions workshop facilitation and scribing hazard identification and control team, which combines the dynamics of field experience with technical proficiency, ensures that internal, client and regulatory mandates, for the safest operations possible, are met. Subsequently upon completion of the sessions, a report is prepared by the scribe, reviewed by the chairman and then timely submitted to the client.