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Marine risk assessment and method statements

Operational safety is of paramount importance for any marine operation, but the thought of assessing each and every risk and creating a safe system of work to obviate these risks has the potential to be overwhelming.

The client may wonder about the difference between a risk and a hazard and then there are HAZID (hazard identification) studies, HAZOP (hazard and operability) studies and a method statement to consider. 

Liberty’s risk engineers have written a practical guide to help our marine clients make sense of their marine operations risks and develop a comprehensive method statement for their activities. 

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