HSE Guideline

D2.2

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Abstract

This deliverable of the Space@Sea project provides guidance on Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) aspects relevant to the design and application of floating modular islands. HSE requirements are very relevant aspects for the further development and future implementation of floating island constructions. The assessment of HSE issues is required to set standard preconditions for the floating island constructions. Particularly, the potential food and feed safety hazards as well as the associated environmental risks that may result from the multi-use platform environment is investigated. The concise guidance presented here is based on different types of information: 1) a hazard inventory (HAZID) elaborated in a risk register, and an evaluation of risks. This work is based on expert meetings and input from the four “application work packages” of the Space@Sea project, i.e. ‘EnergyHub’, ‘Living’, ‘Farming’ and ‘Ports & Logistics’; 2) an inventory of food safety issues in relation to multi-use of islands including aquaculture, based on literature study and 3) an inventory of possible ecosystem-module interactions, i.e. the impact of the floating modules on the ecosystem, and the impact of the ecosystem on food production and the (integrity of) floating structures. The issues considered and their interactions are elaborated in the report in chapters on hazards and risk management, food safety, and ecosystem interactions.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrussel
PublisherEuropean Commission
Number of pages72
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Jak, R. G., Sterenborg, J., Jongbloed, R. H., & Tamis, J. E. (2019). HSE Guideline: D2.2. Brussel: European Commission.
Jak, R.G. ; Sterenborg, J. ; Jongbloed, R.H. ; Tamis, J.E. / HSE Guideline : D2.2. Brussel : European Commission, 2019. 72 p.
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