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NERC NATIONAL

(3.0) Hazard MARINE


Category Select all hazardsFACILITIES
that are applicable.RISK ASSESSMENT FORM

(1.0) Assessment Code & No. (1.1) Revision No

(1.2) Assessment Type (tick). New Review

(2.0) Subject of Assessment. (2.1) Location of Activity.

(2.2) Person Responsible.

(2.3) Brief Description of Activity.

(2.4) Persons Doing Work. (2.5) Main Equipment Involved. (2.6) Other Personnel at Risk.

(2.7) Number and Competence of People Required for Main Tasks.

(2.8) How Could This Activity Affect the Safety of the Vessel / Safety of Personnel.

(2.9) How Could This Activity Cause Environmental Harm.

(2.10) Identify Additional Assessments That Must be Completed / Referred to Prior to Work Commencing.
Identify Any Permit to Work / Safe Systems of Work that Apply (As identified under section 3.0)
Does this activity involve?

Manual Handling Activities*3 Manoeuvring of heavy loads at sea

Loads being transported overhead Use of small boats

Working with ships rails lowered Use of divers*3

Use of scientific equipment on deck Use of hand held power tools

Use of electricity on deck Use of hand / foot operated machinery

Inexperienced staff involvement Use of hand tools

Hot work (welding, cutting, burning)*2 Repetitive movements

Use of hydraulic / pneumatic systems Slips / Trips / Falls

Use of compressed gases / cryogenics*1 Collapse of structure

Use of flammable / oxidising / explosive Sharp objects (knives, razors, medical sharps
substances*1 etc)

Use of toxic / corrosive substances** Violence / harassment / bullying

Use of radionuclides*1 Lone working / Out of hours*2

Work in extremes of temperature Carrying equipment up the gangway

Production of hazardous waste*1 Environmental pollution*1

Handling of glass Fumes

Working at heights*2 Low light levels

Use of moving machinery / entanglement risk Anticipated extended periods of adverse


weather

Hazardous noise levels*3 Compressed air

Work in confined / enclosed spaces*2 Excessive vibration

Work in areas with reduced ventilation*2 Stacking / storing

Use / handling of hazardous chemicals*1 Work on ships electrical supply*2

Use of specialist protective equipment Towing operations

Increased security hazards (due to Anticipated working of excessive hours or


operational area / equipment)*3 other fatigue causing operations

*1 Separate COSHH Assessment is required *2 Permit to Work required


*3 - Additional Specific Risk Assessment is required
(3.1) Identify Any Additional Hazards Not Already Covered.
PLEASE USE THE TABLE OVERLEAF TO DESCRIBE THE CONTROL MEASURES TO BE PUT IN PLACE
TO REDUCE THE RISK FROM THE IDENTIFIED HAZARDS
(4.0) Assess the Level of Risk (refer risk matrix 6.0 overleaf) (4.1) Control Measures and Re-Assessment (refer risk matrix 6.0 overleaf)
Hazard Likelihood: Risk Rating: Revised Revised Revised
Consequence: (b) = (a) x (b) (a) (b) = (a) x (b)
(a)
Description of Activity and 3 Major 3 High High (6 to 9) Controls to be Implemented: 3 Major 3 High High (6 to 9)
Associated Uncontrolled Hazards 2 Serious 2 Med Med (3 to 4) 2 Serious 2 Med Med (3 to 4)
1 Slight 1 Low Low (1 to 2) 1 Slight 1 low Low (1 to 2)
H, M, L H, M, L

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(5.0) Assessor Details
Name of Assessor
Signature
Date
Name of Line
Manager
Signature
Date

(5.1) Assessment Review


Name of Reviewer Date of Review Review No. Reviewers Comments

(a) Hazard Consequence (a) Hazard Consequence (a) Hazard Consequence


(6) Matrix for Risk Evaluation Low (1) Medium (2) High (3)

(b) Likelihood 3 6 9
High (3) Medium High High
(b) Likelihood 2 4 6
Medium (2) Low Medium High
(b) Likelihood 1 2 3
Low (1) Low Low Medium

NOTE: IF AFTER THE CONTROL MEASURES HAVE BEEN APPLIED THE RISK REMAINS HIGH THEN THE OPERATION
MUST BE RE-ASSESSED AND WORK MUST NOT COMMENCE UNTIL THE RISK HAS BEEN LOWERED.

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