Safety in HxGN EAM consists of a hazard and an associated precaution. Before you can define safety records, you must define hazards and precautions individually; making a list of all the hazards your organization encounters.
A hazard is a biological, chemical, physical, mechanical or environmental agent, or situation that threatens life, health, property, or the environment. The hazards you face depend upon your operation. Some examples are falling (working at heights), drowning (welding under water), and electrocution (working with high voltage equipment). List each hazard and identify what you can do to prevent the hazard. For example, to prevent a fall you could wear a safety harness, to prevent drowning, you could drain the pool, or if that is not possible you can wear diving equipment; and to prevent electrocution, you could switch off the electricity.