DNV—GL — RISK MANAGEMENT IN MARINE AND SUBSEA OPERATIONS
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The provisions of this recommended practice developed and released by DNV GL are dealing with the application of the risk management to the marine and subsea operations. The opening section of the publication provides some introduction to the major principles of risk management and explain the definitions and terms commonly used.
The main part of the document is devoted to the risk management planning including not only general information on the process but also preparation of the proper risk management plan. The third section contains the references. There are four appendices containing some additional information relating to the general quality assurance and hazard identification activities plus risk deducing activities.
All marine operations including all associated support operations, shall be carefully assessed at the stage of conceptual design. If this is done then the quality assurance and risk management will positively influence the progress. All marine operations shall be designed with due attention paid to the resisting loads; they shall also be safe and practicable. The redundancy and backup philosophy shall also be addressed during the planning process...
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