E.S.M. has demonstrated strength in conducting engineering studies to bring clarity and defensible outcomes for Client engineering and asset management. E.S.M. studies enable organisations to implement solutions that optimise safety, productivity and reliability.

E.S.M. engineering studies have included:

  • Creating a case for determining what is ‘reasonably practicable’ in relation to hazard control decisions
  • Qualitative and quantitative assessment of safety risk
  • Compliance assessment of design safety features  against standards and industry best practice
  • Review of maintenance practice for safety critical assets
  • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) in accordance with AS IEC 60812
  • Development of  requirement  specifications and  preliminary  designs  for safety measures and engineered safeguards

E.S.M. engineers seek to understand the Client operating environment and tailor each engineering study to  ensure meaningful outcomes and recommendations.

Engineering studies generally include a determination of the requirements  followed by analysis  against those requirements to generate  recommendations to address short-comings or differences. Requirements are determined in relation to the operating context and the relevant legislation,  standards, industry guidelines and best practice.

Analysis against requirements can include  review  of  technical  documentation such as  drawings, manuals,  reports  and procedures, site visits and operator interviews,  and analysis of data sets  such as incident and work-order  records  and  asset databases.

Studies are typically delivered in a detailed report, providing a record of the  identified outcomes and recommendations.

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