HSE Cases and Safety Reports

One of the lessons of the Piper Alpha disaster was to require Operators of North Sea facilities to  submit a Safety Case that documented and demonstrated that the facility had been designed and  constructed and was


Risk Assessment: To demonstrate and record the identification of hazards inherent in the facility or operation and the inherent and controlled risks from these hazards. To include (or reference):

  • Hazard Register tabulating all identified hazards and their main control

  • Qualitative Major Accident Hazard Analyis” and “ALARP Assessment” backed up if necessary by full ‘Bow-ties’ detailing the hazards and controls and formally declaring risks to be ALARP

  • Particular Technical Studies as appropriate to identify, assess risks and controls e.g. HAZOPs, EERA, QRA etc.

HSE Critical Activities



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