Risk Analysis and Management

Industrial Risks Analysis and Management increase the level of safety in industrial installations identifying all major accidents, defining methods of prevention and mitigation, reducing the risk of accidents and improving the operability and reliability of the facilities.

In the safety analysis process, the methodology is internationally recognized and is based on identifying all deviations from design conditions that can lead to an accident or which may constitute serious problems regarding the operation of the facilities.

The industrial risk analysis is based on the identification of major accidents, risk quantification, identification and optimization of risk reduction measures to be implemented and support the decision making process taking into account the acceptability of risk criteria.

  • Industrial risks:
    • Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHA)
    • Hazard assessment
    • Fire hazard Risk analysis (FHA / FERA / FEA / FRA / Fedha)
    • CFD Simulations
    • Detector location Studies
    • Safety Reports (Seveso II/ITC-10 Explosives Regulation)
    • Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA or ACR)
    • Risk based Land-use Planning
    • Accident Investigation
  • Process Hazard Analysis (PHA):
    • HAZOP (Hazard & OPerability Analysis)
    • LOPA (Layer of Protection Analysis)
    • "What if"
    • FMEA (Failure Mode & Effects Analysis)
    • HAZID (HAZard IDentification Analysis)
    • Process Safety in accordance with applicable standards
  • SIL Analysis (Safety Integrity Level)
    • SIL Index Determination
    • Verification of conceptual design of SIS
    • SRS Development (Functional Safety Requirements)
    • Maintenance and operating procedures for functional testing of the SIS
  • Reliability , Availability and Maintainability Studies (RAM)
  • Risk Based Inspections (RBI)
  • Environmental Risks:
    • Risk Analysis (Law 26/2007 and RD 2090/2008)
    • Risk analysis by Air Pollution
    • Risk analysis by accidental spills
    • Risk analysis by contaminated soils (RD 9/2005)
    • Risk Assessment by Forest Fire (ERIF)
    • Environmental Risk Maps
    • Natural hazards
  • Port security and marine pollution fighting:
    • Studies on security and self-protection in ports
    • Accidental marine pollution (oil RD253/2004 and RD 1695/2012 by oil and noxious substances)
 

Gabriela Reyes Delgado Inerco Seguridad Industrial

Gabriela Reyes 

Area Manager Process Safety

Industrial Safety Division

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Pastora Fernandez Inerco Seguridad Industrial

Pastora Fernández

Risk Assessments

Industrial Safety Division

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INERCO Industrial Safety

Analysis of Process Safety

Analysis of Industrial Risks