E.S.M. studied the safety features on high voltage transmission towers for the prevention of unauthorised access (i.e. climbing) of the structures.
E.S.M. Safety in Design Review workshops apply structured hazard identification, through the analysis of asset interfaces, then guided reasonably practicable decision-making to agree hazard controls. The output is a hazard register, used by client organisations as the cornerstone in demonstrating that designs are safe so far as is reasonably practicable (SFAIRP).
E.S.M. specialises in the facilitation and delivery of Safety in Design (SiD) Review workshops. This is our most sought-after service.
We plan, facilitate and document (record) SiD Reviews.
Our SiD Reviews look at a design and systematically identify hazards through the analysis of asset interfaces (human-to-asset, asset-to-environment, asset-to-asset), at each life cycle phase, establishing hazard cause and credibility. A “reasonably practicable decision-making process” as well as the Hierarchy of Controls is applied to determine appropriate control measures.