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Its weaknesses are: • • • It does not encourage analysts to consider new or unusual hazards. It may not be comprehensive, even for standard installations. It does not produce a list of failure cases for a QRA. Overall, hazard checklists are very useful in a hazard identification process, but are insufficient on their own except for standard installations. 1 Outline A hazard and operability (HAZOP) study is a systematic critical review of a process plant design. It is normally used to generate recommendations to improve the safety and operability of a design, but it can in principle be used to identify hazards for a QRA as well.
Criteria for valuing environmental damage in monetary terms are not yet agreed. 4 Lifetime Risk Assessment Lifetime risk assessment is the term used here to describe the approach to risk assessment used at the concept selection stage by some companies, which is based not on separate analysis of each hazard but on adding generic risks for various types of worker. Guide to Offshore QRA 26 The methodology is: 1. 2. 3. 4. Identify staff requirements and worker types over the lifetime of the concept Select fatal accident rates (FARs) for each worker type from generic data Calculate lifetime expected fatality rates Select option with lowest fatality rate Its strengths are: • The methodology is simple and requires only the information likely to be available at concept selection stage.
1 Outline What-if analysis is a creative brainstorming exercise that can be applied to any installation, operation or process to identify hazards. In its original form (CCPS 1992a), it is relatively unstructured, with team members encouraged to raise ‘What if’ questions during a sequential review of the installation's operation or process. It may be combined with a checklist analysis to fill in any gaps that might be missed. A structured what-if checklist (SWIFT) technique uses a pre-prepared checklist to structure the ‘What if’ discussions.
A Guide to Quantitative Risk Assessment for Offshore Installations by John Spouge DNV Technica