Hazard analysis is a systematic risk assessment of the work that will take place on a job, the hazards that could be encountered on a job, and the means to control the identified risks. This three-step process can be called Recognize – Evaluate – Control.
The hazards are recognized in the planning of the work, the type and magnitude of the hazards are then evaluated, and then planning controls the hazards.
Part of our legal due diligence is to recognize job site hazards, starting at the bidding stage of the job, evaluate them with the help of competent people, and to communicate to workers on how to control these hazards. Due diligence also involves monitoring the effectiveness of these controls and to improve where opportunities are identified.
Pipeworx will use several types of hazard analyses to ensure that work progresses in a manner that does not endanger persons, property, process and the environment. Each of these will be explained in some detail in this section.
- Phase Hazard Analysis (Project base)
- Emergency Procedures (ERP)
- Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
- Critical Task Analysis (CTA for critical task)
- Field Level Risk Assessment (FLRA)
- Behavioral Based Safety
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