We provide HAZOP Study Services to wide range of industries including Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Chemical, Fertilizer, Pharmaceutical, Pesticides, etc. We also provide HAZOP Chairman for HAZOP Study of process P & IDs at design stage.
HAZOPs concentrate on identifying both hazards as well as operability problems. Although hazard identification is the main focus, operability problems should be identified to the extent that they have the potential to lead to process hazards, result in an environmental violation or have a negative impact on profitability.
Carried out HAZOP study for:
- Indian Corporate Companies
- Companies at Middle East & Gulf.
Widespread client base including:
- Oil & Gas Plants Pharmaceutical & API Mfg. Units.
- Petrochemical & chemical Mfg. Plants.
- Pesticides Mfg. Plants.
WE CARRY THE HAZOP STUDY AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF PLANT LIFE CYCLE:
The HAZOP study should preferably be carried out as early in the design phase as possible – to have inﬂuence on the design. However, HAZOP Study is undertaken at various stages of project with specific purposes. These are summarized in the following table:
|Project Stage||HAZOP Methodology||Purpose of HAZOP Study|
|FEED Stage||Identify major hazards and check for availability of key hazard data.||To plan for mitigation right from the design stage.|
|During Basic Engineering||HAZOP using flow sheet and block diagram.|
|Before Commissioning||Full HAZOP on frozen P&I diagram.||To fine tune process control methodologies.To define Safe Operating Procedures.To device safe operating limits.|
|During Operation||HAZOP on P & I diagram, SOPs, safety features and control methodology. Check that all intended actions have been implemented, including hardware and software.||To identify existing operational deviation which may lead to potential HSE hazard.To assess the adequacy and efficacy of existing safeguards to prevent unwanted consequences.|
|Major Change in Process||As Above.||As Above.|
- Qualified and experienced HAZOP Chairman & Scribe.
- Proven record of timely completion of assignment.