Material Balance (Details Process Flow Diagram
Detailed P & I Diagram
Detailed plant lay out
THE HAZOP ANSWERS FOLLOWING THREE BASIC QUESTIONS:
Typically, QRA techniques are used to obtain a better understanding of the risk posed to people who live or work near hazardous facilities, and to aid them in preparing effective emergency response plans.
When conducting a QRA, consequence models are used to predict the size, shape and orientation of hazard that could be created by releases of hazardous materials. The hazards of most interest during the QRA of a petroleum or petrochemical facility are toxic vapor clouds, fire radiation, and blast waves.
A quantitative risk analysis typically consists of four major tasks:
The main objective of the Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) study is to determine the risk of major hazards having damage potential to life & property and provides a scientific basis to assess safety level of the facility.
Potential hazards from the existing facilities are associated with accidental releases of toxic/flammable gas, toxic/flammable liquefied gas, and flammable and combustible liquids. Hazardous events associated with gas releases includes gas clouds, flash fire and vapor cloud explosions. Hazardous events associated with potential releases of toxic/flammable-liquefied gases include toxic clouds, flash fire, jet fire, BLEVE, Pool Fire and vapor cloud explosions. Releases of flammable or combustible liquids may result in pool fire.
THE SAFETY AUDIT INVOLVES
Tailor made training sessions
This is result oriented program developed to suit the clients requirement to enhance the safety of the organization in an effective manner.
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