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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