DISS offers a wide variety of consultancy services aimed to support business and organisational requirements. Our services are related to the health, safety and environmental needs of a range of sectors including construction, manufacturing, oil & gas, aviation, and maritime. Our skilled consultants are expert in providing all the guidance needed to implement health, safety and environmental management systems.
General Risk Assessment (RA)
- QUALITATIVE Qualitative risk analysis is a project management technique concerned with discovering the probability of a risk event occurring and the impact the risk will have if it does occur. All risks have both probability and impact. Probability is the likelihood that a risk event will occur, and impact is the significance of the consequences of the risk event. Impact typically affects the following project elements: schedule, budget, resources, deliverables, costs, quality, scope, and performance.
- QUANTITATIVE A process for assigning a numeric value to the probability of loss based on known risks and available, objective data. Used to determine potential direct and indirect costs to the company based on values assigned to company assets and their exposure to risk. For example, the cost of replacing an asset, the cost of lost productivity, or the cost of diminished brand reputation.
Fire Risk Assessment (FRA)
A fire risk assessment is a process involving the systematic evaluation of the factors that determine the hazard from fire, the likelihood that there will be a fire and the consequences if one were to occur. There are both qualitative and quantitative methods of risk assessment that can be used.
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
Ergonomic Risk Assessment
This observational approach often the most efficient method of gathering data on the stressors in the working environment, but the density of this data is limited. There is no measure of exposure, risk or any data that will provide a quantitative measure that can be tracked (i.e. improvement of process). The positive characteristics of this type of stressor identification process are the ease in which it is performed, the low cost of the assessment and quick turnaround times. A simple observation approach often can be used to feed a quick fix of an obvious ergonomics stressor. As the situation becomes more complicated, intricate or costly, the need for a more sophisticated approach may present itself.
Health Risk Assessment
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) / Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
Health & Safety Monitoring
The inspection process is separate from the contractor’s own supervision of the works. Inspection is carried out purely to give an independent view of the works either for the client or a third party, the term supervision might imply taking some responsibility for the works, when in fact contractual responsibility lies with the contractor.
Health and Safety Auditing
An audit against the Health and Safety Management of the Organization.
Document Exam / Document Review
Review of HSE Documentations.