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. has worked with many clients to integrate Safety in Design into engineering practice using a systematic approach, providing assurance that assets are designed to be demonstrably safe, so far as is reasonably practicable (SFAIRP).
E.S.M. can help your organisation review and assess compliance (gap analysis) with industry guidelines, a leading practice Safety in Design (SiD) model and legislative (WHS and OH&S) obligations, particularly, Duties of Designers. We can then work with you to address gaps: developing and implementing Safety in Design procedures, tools and templates, tailored to suit your business needs.