The company I work for has been tasked with providing a vessel to be used as a static venue for a foreign "military exercise of an undisclosed nature" later in the year. I have been tasked with looking at Risk Assessment and putting in place suitable and sufficient control measures. I would be grateful for advice from anyone who has done this type of RA before and has developed a list of hazardous activities associated specifically with the structure and layout of a vessel and its inherent features (i.e. vertical ladders, drops, hatch openings, confined space, ventilation etc). I am guessing that many of the inherent hazards can be related to the exercise as a starting point and then add in the military aspects which will increase likelihood and severity somewhat. Then likely internal and external conditions (lights off where they should be on as part of a safety case, wind and weather, approaching vessels/helo etc). There is of course an element of confidentiality about this and I would be happy to discuss through private message. Many thanks.