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Risk engineering guides

Liberty’s risk engineers carefully appraise risks, make recommendations for mitigating loss and help clients improve their risk profile. They have prepared a suite of risk engineering (RE) guides to help business owners plan ahead and prepare their premises and operations for high-risk events - some of which can be anticipated; others not.

The Disaster preparedness series comprises a series of RE guides designed to help business owners prepare for and cope with the unthinkable. Our stand-alone RE guides offer guidance on the safe operation of a business, such as preparing effectively for onsite hot works and fire protection impairment, as well as routine risk-control priorities, such as roof inspections and maintenance. 

Disaster preparedness

Disaster preparedness

What to do should disaster strike? Development of an effective recovery plan and specifics for natural disasters; bushfire, flood, cyclone and hail
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Minimising property hot work fires

Minimising property hot work fires

A guide to minimising the risk of hot work fires to give management the knowledge to protect their premises and employees from damage or injury
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Fire protection impairment

Fire protection impairment

Prepare for the risk of impairment to minimise the downtime of fire protection systems during systematic maintenence or repair
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Roof systems

Roof systems

Roof systems differ in their vulnerability to the rigours of the weather - a neglected roof is a vulnerable roof
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Marine hot work Permit to Work (PTW) systems

Marine hot work Permit to Work (PTW) systems

Implementing a hot work Permit to Work system can be daunting. Welding, grinding and gas cutting - it's all the order of the day for any shipyard
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Marine risk assessment and method statements

Marine risk assessment and method statements

Operational safety is of paramount importance for any Marine operation. This guide makes sense of Marine risks to develop a safe, comprehensive method...
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Road transportation - loading and securing cargo

Road transportation - loading and securing cargo

A poorly secured load can incur potentially significant financial and human costs through load loss and accidents
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Minimising loss in prefabricated steel shipments

Minimising loss in prefabricated steel shipments

Strict adherence to suitable handling, stowage and securing practices may help to reduce the risk of damage and the need for subsequent repair
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Shipment of oversized columns and vessels on ocean carriers

Shipment of oversized columns and vessels on ocean carriers

A handy reference for Marine project risk management teams, providing practical guidance on overcoming particular logistical challenges
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Metalworking operations

Metalworking operations

Every process involved in metal working operations presents potential hazards. The most serious and best documented is that of fire or explosion
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Industrial oil cookers

Industrial oil cookers

Large containers filled with combustible liquid then heated. Fire hazard? Most definitely. How can these be regularly tested and maintained?
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