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Webinar: How to demonstrate the safety impacts of isolation and blowdown systems in your process facility

Learn more about the range of safety systems that exist designed to prevent or limit consequences of a major accident

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The wide range of safety systems that exist are designed to prevent or limit the consequences of a major accident. For example, blast/fire walls, shutdown/blowdown valves, gas detection systems etc. 

In the design of process facilities – refineries, chemical plants, offshore installations etc.  – demonstrating the benefit of these systems is often a key requirement in justifying their use.

Efficiently modelling and demonstrating the safety impact of such systems in a direct and fully integrated manner has however always posed a challenge. Current approaches involve using multiple applications, passing data between tools and the use of simplifying assumptions. 

Join this webinar to learn:

  • How to demonstrate the safety impact of isolation/blowdown systems in your process facility 
  • How to demonstrate the benefits of safety systems related to potential risk reduction measures in your process facility 
  • How to efficiently model the safety impact of isolation and blowdown systems using the latest release of Phast process hazard analysis software

When: 

19 April 2018. This webinar is broadcasted twice, at 10-11am CET and 4pm-5pm CET. Please choose the time that suits your best. 

Presenters:

Jan Stene_63x100 Jan Stene, Principal Mathematical Modeller

Mike Harper_63x100 Michael Harper, Senior Principal Mathematical Modeller 

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Free of charge
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