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Expert Safety

Expert Safety Solutions are technical solution providing the highest quality delivery to enhance industrial safety from Conceptual Feasibility, design, operations, commissioning and other project life cycle of industry

HAZOP

The Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP) technique was developed to identify and evaluate safety hazards in a process plant, and to identify Operability problems which, although not hazardous, could compromise the plant's ability to achieve design productivity. Although originally developed to anticipate hazards and Operability problems for technology with which organizations have little experience, it has been found to be very effective for use with existing operations. Through this, our client can focus on HAZOPs relation in
  • during the design or installation of any new plant or process, or major modification to an existing one
  • when there are unique hazards such as environmental -hazards and quality or cost issues associated with the operation
  • following a major incident involving fire, explosion, toxic release etc.
  • to justify why a particular code of practice, guidance notes or industry code is not to be followed.
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Quantitative risk analysis

Quantitative risk analysis (QRA) provides numerical estimates that allow a business to understand the risks to which people, the business and the environment are exposed as a result of its activities. A QRA includes potential releases of hazardous material, the consequences and the frequency of occurrence. Identifying hazards is only the first step in a comprehensive safety plan. Evaluating the safety risk is an important part of managing these hazards objectively. QRA evaluates both the likelihood and impact of an unplanned event and allows a business decision to be made on the most cost-effective risk-reduction solutions.
Through this, our client can focus on
  • Provides quantitative results, including factoring in uncertainty for tasks and the total project
  • Identifies the important contributors to uncertainty according to task
  • Identifies potential risk-reduction actions
  • Identifies key boundary conditions


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Thermography

Electrical Systems typically suffer from problems such as loose connections, load unbalances and corrosion. These problems cause an increase in impedance, resulting in resistive heating. Failures can be avoided by monitoring through Thermography.
The objective of thermography is to assess hotspot of heavy current or voltage carrying electrical equipment in existing operations of site & to generate gaps report in terms of electrical fire safety issues so that catastrophic incidents can be prevented and protection strategy is up to date.
Through this, our client can focus on
  • Complete Temperature Analysis
  • Location of Hot Spots
  • Balance Load in Transmission & Distribution, Risk factor
  • Recommendation of prevention from equipment’s failure
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Flammable Materials Study

Explosive atmospheres can be caused by flammable gases, mists or vapors or by combustible dusts. If there is enough of a substance, mixed with air, then all it needs is a source of ignition to cause an explosion.
Each year people are injured at work by flammable substances accidentally catching fire or exploding. Work which involves using or creating chemicals, vapors, liquids, gases, solids or dusts that can readily burn or explode is hazardous.
The effects of an explosion or a fire in the workplace can be devastating in terms of lives lost, injuries, significant damage to property and the environment, and to the business community.
Most fires are preventable, dealing with workplace process fire safety is important and those responsible for workplaces and other non-domestic premises to which the public have access can avoid them by taking responsibility for and adopting fire safe behaviors and procedures.

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SIL

Technical equipment can pose a safety risk so dangerous that people should not be exposed to the equipment. In such cases, the relevant risks must be reduced to meet the need for safe operation. It must be possible to quantify (and measure) risk reduction in order to satisfy this requirement. This is achieved using the SIL "unit", whereby only whole values are defined within a range from 1 to 4.
When risk reduction is complete, it must be proven that the extent of the risk reduction corresponds to the minimum required parameters (i.e. the SIL requirement). Safety Integrity Level, or "SIL" for short, is a unit of measurement for quantifying risk reduction. The requirements for a given SIL are not consistent among all of the functional safety standards. In the functional safety standards based on the IEC 61508 standard, four SILs are defined, with SIL 4 the most dependable and SIL 1 the least. A SIL is determined based on a number of quantitative factors in combination with qualitative factors such as development process and safety life cycle management. Steps to be followed-
Risk Analysis:
  • Establish required risk reduction
  • Implementing the risk reduction
  • Assessing Functional Safety
Through this, our client can focus on
  • Best practice approach to process safety engineering and process hazard risk management for all safety instrumented systems.
  • Compliance with IEC61508 and 61511 standards
  • Rigorous approach ensures all hazards are managed according to defined procedure
  • Peace of mind that your system has been developed in accordance with years of experience from the world’s leading safety experts




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Hazardous Area Classification

Hazardous locations are defined as places where fire or explosion hazards may exist due to flammable gases, flammable liquid–produced vapors, combustible liquid–produced vapors, combustible dusts, or ignitable fibers present in the air in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitable mixtures. Gases, vapors, mists and dusts can all form explosive atmospheres with air. Hazardous area classification is used to identify places where, because of the potential for an explosive atmosphere, special precautions over sources of ignition are needed to prevent fires and explosions. Electrical equipment that must be installed in such classified locations should be specially designed and tested to ensure it does not initiate an explosion, due to arcing contacts or high surface temperature of equipment. Through this, our client can focus on
  • Ensures that critical controls on hazardous areas are in place to prevent catastrophic incidents.

  • Prevents business losses due to the costs of legal penalties

  • Identifies hazardous areas that have the highest safety, environmental or financial impact when failing.

  • Ensures legal compliance.

  • Verifies conformity of electrical and non-electrical products.




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