A Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) is a valuable tool for determining the risk of the use, handling, transport and storage of dangerous substances. QRAs are used to demonstrate the risk caused by the activity and to provide the competent authorities with relevant information to enable decisions on the acceptability of risk related to developments on site, or around the establishment.
Requirements of QRA:
To quantify the risks associated with a facility (e.g. Risk Contours, Individual Risk Per Annum (IRPA), Potential Loss of Life (PLL) and F-N Plots)
To have better understanding of the hazards and the measures needed to control them.
Analysis of very rare but potentially catastrophic events
Considers thousands of scenarios that involve multiple failures, thus providing an in-depth understanding of system failure modes.
Determining the potential frequencies and consequences of the identified hazards
What we Do:
2D/3D Fire/ Modelling
Modelling Vapour Cloud Dispersion
Effects of Ignition of Vapour Cloud
Toxic Exposure Dispersion
Individual Risk Calculation
Societal Risk Calculation
Preparation of Emergency Response and Disaster Management Plan