Safety Audits & Risk Assessment for Ports & Oil Terminals

Ports and terminals are assessed against the groups of marine terminal standards based upon the OCIMF baseline criterion such as management & organisation, port operation, terminal layout & physical considerations, ship to shore interface, cargo transfer, safety, health & fire protection, environmental protection, emergency preparedness, maintenance and operations at buoy moorings.

We have vast experience in undertaking safety audits and risk assessment for ports and oil terminals.

IRClass has developed capability for Qualitative and Quantitative Risk analysis of ports and harbours including other related analysis for the following aspects:

  • Gas dispersion, fire & explosion analysis for imdg class 2 & 3 hazardous chemicals at container terminals
  • Preparation of onsite emergency action plan for ports and terminals
  • Preparation of oil spill contingency plan for ports and harbours
  • Failure mode effect analysis (FMEA) of loading and unloading systems for oil tankers