Hazardous release - life-saving rules safety campaign
Working with systems and equipment that contain hazardous energy sources when in operation is a daily task for many colleagues at Stork and Client sites. Failure to control hazardous energy can result in a fatality or multi-fatalities.
In most circumstances, we work with systems that should be clean and de-energised, however, time and time again systems are handed over to Stork containing hazardous energy, which results in injury or narrowly avoiding life-altering incidents.
Working with live systems is sometimes unavoidable and this poses a number of risks to mitigate against.
Please download the handout and poster and share with your teams to help prevent injuries related to the hazardous release of energy.