Hazard Assessment & Risk Management

Master Flo works diligently to reduce HSE risks associated with our business activities by identifying HSE hazards, and assessing or eliminating risks using the hierarchy of controls and risk reduction measures. Risk assessment is performed to ensure that all hazards associated with work activities are identified, assessed, eliminated or reduced to eliminate harm. Risk based tools are effectively used to manage risks and minimize exposure in all operations. We have fully implemented a Hazard Identification and Control Safety Standard, and employees are expected to be an active participant in the hazard assessment and risk reduction process. We utilize a multi-faceted approach to risk and hazard identification. This approach allows us to capture and analyze risk before an incident occurs. Our approach not only makes use of conventional hazard assessment techniques, but also takes advantage of near-miss reporting, inspections, audits, site observations, and stop work authority; this is all done in an effort to reduce risk tolerance and increase hazard awareness.

  • Field-Level Risk Assessments (FLRA).
  • Job Hazard Analysis (JHA).
  • Hazard Assessment and Control Safety Standard.
  • First day safety orientation covering ERP.
  • HSE Policies and Procedures.
  • ERP (Emergency Response Plan).
  • Risk Management processes.
  • Hazardous Job Inventories.
  • Management of Change process (MOC) to address changes in our facilities, equipment, chemicals, or design.
  • Pre-use inspections for critical equipment to ensure safe operation.
  • Preventative maintenance schedules for equipment to ensure safe operation and compliance.
  • Regular scheduled safety meetings.
  • Right to Refuse Unsafe Work and Stop Work Authority.
  • HSE Training.
  • Supervisor and HSE Walk Through.
  • Hazard Observation.
  • Job Specific / Technical Training and Competency Assessments.
  • Annual Safety Stand Down.
  • On-the-job mentoring