Due to an increase in energy consumption, rising fuel costs and concern about global climate change, it is believed that utilization of renewable energy offshore wind will provide a better solution in the coming future. To increase the utilization of renewable energy offshore wind, technology is believed to be implemented on a large scale in the coming decades. Future offshore wind turbines are huge and will be operated in a harsh weather. The problem is that unlike the other operations such as oil and gas industries, the offshore renewable energy industry is immature and information needed on the point of HSE is hardly available. Since the offshore wind farms have only started since the past few decades, safety related factors have not been properly analyzed. Only few HSE data have been collected from some offshore wind firms for the safety culture and the risks associated with wind farm have not been properly identified. Thus, it is of great important that risk analysis is properly done from the early state of wind energy project development to avoid harm to human, environment and material values.