Most industrial licensing authorities and insurance companies require operating companies to carry out hazard studies and risk assessments during facility design, as well as prior to construction and during operation.
HAZOP study is a well-proven structured team-based method for hazard identification at process design completion or for planned modifications.
Properly conducted Hazard and Operability studies (HAZOPs) are an integral part of any project’s successful development. This method can help determine if a designed or existing facility can be operated safely, and can identify potential operational issues. Additional concerns addressed are environmental regulation compliance, maintenance costs, and public relations effects.
The technique includes detailed examination of the process and engineering intention of new or existing facilities to assess the hazard potential of operation outside the design intention, or malfunction of individual items of equipment and their consequential effects on the facility as a whole.
Quantitative risk analysis (QRA).
Flow & Dispersion Modeling
Reliably forecast the spreading of gas.
Explosion Risk Modeling
Reliably forecast the consequences of explosions.
Forecast the consequences of fire and smoke.