| SAFETY MANAGEMENT
HR4 Delivers Safety Assessment & Safety Case Management Services.
The verification of an equipment’s compliance with legislative and customer requirements is a vital part of any tendering process and delivery program.
This information must be presented in a format that is auditable and that can be integrated into existing systems and processes often requiring Safety Case Management Report (SCMR) outputs to be delivered “On Line” using a bespoke software platform.
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION & MITIGATION
All safety hazards identified in the SCMR must be mitigated to “As Low As Reasonably Practicable” (ALARP) before the equipment is brought into service and these mitigations must be signed off by the Project Manager.
If a hazard is identified late in a project requiring an engineering solution such as the redesign of components this may result in delays in delivery or recall of delivered equipment. This will have pronounced impact on the project cost, time lines, supplier credibility and on successful delivery.
SAFETY CASE MANAGEMENT REPORTS
The timely application of the safety assessments ensures that those hazards requiring an engineering solution are identified early in the project. The early implementation of the SCMR processes allows for all hazards to be identified, categorised and for mitigations to be put in place. In addition, the outputs from the SCMR will drive the design and delivery of the training and technical publications content.
HR4 DELIVERS SAFETY MANAGEMENT SERVICES BY:
- Early application of the safety assessment processes
- The provision of a tailored SCMR process that fits the project profile and budget, which provides an auditable process for the identification of hazards, potential accidents, their mitigation via engineering, training or technical publications
- The delivery of Environmental Impact Reports, Human Factor Integration assessments in support of tender responses, project processes or the integration of equipment into extant systems
- Providing auditable proof that all stakeholders have met their duty of care