SAFETY

 

Aries Industrial y Naval Servicios S.L.U. has a dedicated department for the analysis of risks associated with operations from the preliminary analysis during the design phase to the detailed analysis of each element that makes up the project as a whole.

To carry out these risk analyses, Aries has a team of specialized technicians in the area of occupational risk prevention and safety engineering, with more than 7 years of experience in the identification and evaluation of risks in multiple projects, industrial and naval, with international relevance.

Safety management implementation from the start of any project means a reduction of project costs. Given that it results in a lower risk of damage to the involved human team, a lower incidence of failures and a longer life cycle of equipment, systems are expected along with an assurance of environmental protection.

What is SAFETY?

SAFETY aims to identify the risks that can occur in a project and minimize the occurrence of accidents and serious incidents, as well as compliance with relevant national and / or international regulations.

Over time, companies that have implemented quality and environmental management policies have obtained improvements in different facets that mean an increase in competitiveness within the labor market.

The next step in this improvement is the commitment to safety and risk prevention. This commitment, initially implanted by tradition in multiple first level countries in development and engineering, is currently acquiring legal and mandatory character in powers such as United Kingdom or Australia.

In the future, it is expected that this field will continue to acquire greater relevance in developed countries in several industrial sectors such as: maritime, military, railway, aeronautics, etc.

Analysis techniques used

Risk analysis techniques are the means for the identification, analysis and evaluation of risks, providing continuous monitoring of the project´ safety level.

The analysis techniques used by Aries engineers are widely recognized internationally:

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    Brainstorming

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    Checklists

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    SWIFT (Structured What-if)

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    HAZOP (Hazard And Operability Study)

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    PHA (Preliminary Hazard Analysis)

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    SSHA (Subsystem Hazard Analysis)

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    SHA (System Hazard Analysis)

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    FHA (Functional Hazard Analysis)

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    FTA (Fault Tree Analysis)

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    OSHA (Operation and Support Hazard Analysis)

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    FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis)

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    ZHA (Zonal Hazard Analysis)

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    HHA (Health Hazard Assessment)

Aries Naval specialises in the complete development of the Safety Case. However, our clients can choose to contract the risk analysis techniques they wish to apply according to their needs.

Safety Case

The final result of these thorough analyses is registered in separate documents, and all are collected within a single final document, the “Safety Case”.

The Safety Case provides evidence that the project meets the stipulated safety requirements

In addition, the risks associated with the project are recorded in an HL (Hazard Log) via specialised software, or via DOORS type databases.

The management of this database is key to providing continuous monitoring of project risks.

IHM

Our hazardous materials experts have been trained by DNV to perform HMIs to meet the EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR) requirements and IMO MEPC.269 (68), the IHM Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) has been included Hong Kong convention (formerly called Green Passport).

The HMI is a list of hazardous materials identification, location and quantity with three different parts: structure and equipment, operational waste and stored items.

This inventory will be mandatory for all ships with the following deadlines:

31/12/2018 HMI for new ships and ships for scrapping.

31/12/2020 HMI for existing and non-EU-flagged vessels.

PROJECTS

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    AWD

    (Australia)

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    AIR9000

    (Australia)

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    AAOR

    (Australia)

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    F-110 Frigates

    (Spain)

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    Suppliers support

    (Hepburn, Ferri…)

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