Risk assessments and risk-based thinking allow for a pro-active approach that can help to reduce the likelihood of incidents by identifying risk controls. This is essential for new developments and managing risk at ports in line with the Port Marine Safety Code (PMSC)
Navigation (Marine) Risk Assessment identifies and assesses the hazards and risks affecting vessel navigation, before considering current controls to mitigate risks and further controls that could be adopted to minimise risk as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP).
Our risk assessment process uses guidance from the PMSC and the methodology for assessing the Marine Navigational Safety and Emergency Response Risks of Offshore Renewable Energy Installations (OREI). The process involves the following steps:
Outputs from the above process include a ranked set of navigational risk assessments, current and future controls weighted by their importance for each navigational risk assessment.
The completed set of risk assessments can then be loaded into risk management software to maintain a process of pro-active and reactive review.