RINA SERVICES assists customers by providing services of identification, management and financial control of the risks of any activity.
Risk analysis is a systematic process, aimed at estimating the main risks inherent in any activity, and suggesting the necessary countermeasures in terms of elimination, reduction, transfer and control of them.
Risk analysis is so flexible as to be applied to any activity on a voluntary basis; moreover, it is often required by legislation in force.
- Hazard Identification (HAZID) studies
- Reliability, Availability & Maintenance management (RAM) studies
- Reliability - Centred Maintenance (RCM)
- Health & Safety studies
- Safety cases for alternative design
- Formal Safety Assessment (FSA)
- Fire risk analysis
- Escape, evacuation and rescue studies
- Incident investigation
- Cost-benefit assessment
WHY RINA SERVICES?
RINA SERVICES can help partners, through its considerable expertise in the main topics related to risk analysis, to apply it in the following sectors:
- Maritime and Yachting
- Oil & Gas
- Power Generation
- Environmental issues.
We can also be contacted for applications of risk analysis in miscellaneous activities.
SERVICE STEPS AND TEAM
The risk analysis service will be provided by a team composed by risk analysis experts and other specialists, who represent the necessary expertise according to the problem under study. Methodology, required information and documentation delivery will be specifically agreed with the Client.
What is risk?
Risk is the combination of a specific hazard and the likelihood that the hazard occurs.
When do I need a risk analysis?
You should carry out a risk analysis before operational and/or design activities having the potential of harming people, environment or assets, or to demonstrate that a new design or practice is equivalent, in terms of safety and economics, to more traditional solutions.
What should my risk analysis cover?
The scope of the analysis will be agreed up front according to the Client’s needs and legal obligations.
Do I need to be involved in the risk analysis process?
Yes. Generally the team should include the stakeholders, to keep the study as holistic as possible.