ALARP - As Low As Reasonably Practicable . A Risk and Safety Resource Site for the Oil and Gas Industry - Risk and Loss Prevention for Oil and Gas industry. To achieve ALARP principles a risk based approach is preferential, HAZIDs, QRA, EERA, FERA are one of the few tools. Assessing Individual Risk is vital to an understanding of risk profile for an Oil And Gas Installation

  • Risk Assessment for Upstream and Downstream - Risk Assessments for the Oil and Gas industry, Upstream and Downstream. Risk is a product of frequencies and consequence. Every assessment should be risk based when making a decision. Risk assessment are critical for making a decision in high risk industry
  • Offshore Quantitative Risk Assessment - Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) and FERA for an Offshore Industry. Approach from CMPT and and Guidelines are discussed using industry standards . FEA (Fire Explosion Analysis are part of the analysis)
  • Onshore Risk Assessment - Onshore Risk Assessment . QRA and FEA and difference looking at QRA and FERA, FEA for onshore facilities compared to Offshore QRA
  • Pipeline Risk Assessment - Subsea Pipelines and Riser Risk Assessment considering dropped objects, snapping anchoring etc
  • Frequencies - Frequencies assessment using Impairment assessment. Raw frequencies and using OGP, UKOOA, HCR database
  • Loss Prevention - Loss Prevention for Upstream and Downstream, Fire water systems, Layouts, Hazardous Areas, Passive Fire Protection, Flare Radiation and Blowdown calculations
  • Fire Water & Deluge Systems - Active Fire Protection consisting of Fire Water Systems, Pump Selection, Nozzle Selection, Water Curtains installation and NOVEC, FM 200 , Water Mist and
  • Safe Layouts - Layouts dealing with alignment to CAP 437 , ISO 14702 and IP and API, ICAO perhaps, human factors and basic logic dealing with layouts especially offshore layout. This could be even flare stack calculations and helideck elevation, location of exhaust stack, hydrocarbon vessels and safe are philosophy
  • Consequence Models - Consequence Assessment involving PHAST, FRED, BP Cirrus and evaluating Jet Fires, Flash Fires, Explosions (PROCESS SAFETY) and others Dropped Object, Occupational Risk, Transportation Risk
  • Contact - Technical Risk & Loss Prevention & HSE Resource for the Oil and Gas Industry. EHS, HSE Management Plan
  • Risk and Loss Prevention News Around the Globe - Safety News from around the Globe updated on a daily basis. Includes fire and explosion incidents on rigs and platform and onshore incidents. Blowouts and shipping marine accidents are also filtered from around the world and updated on a daily basis
  • Safety News Item - All Safety and Loss Prevention News Item through out the world the latest updates are here in easy viewable pdf format
  • Offshore Fire Protection | Overall Active and Passive Fire Protection Strategy for an Offshore Installation | Some Discussion on NOVEC as well - Article on overall fire protection strategy for various parts of an offshore installation. CO2, NOVEC, FM 200, Deluge. Systems for an offshore platform. Clean agents shall use NFPA 2001
  • Hazard Identification (HAZID) & Risk Assessment | Understanding your Hazards and Reducing Your Risks | HAZOP as Well - Hazard Identification (HAZID) and Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP) - Why its so important to get it right early on . You cant change the design if it gets too late in the design. Best to have a conceptual HAZID and to get the high level issues sorted. Also FEED HAZID and HAZOp are very important
  • Subsea SSIV | A Risk Based Approach to The Safest Location for an SSIV - SSIV location on the pipeline could be selected based on a risk based approach using DNV guide
  • Jet Fire Radiation Models | What’s Going on in the Software’s Around You | Radiation Models for PHAST, FlareSim and Comparison and Why You Probably Should not be Using PHAST for Flare Radiation Calculations. - Jet Fire Radiation Models. Radiation Models used in consequence models like PHAST PHAST, FlareSim and BP Cirrus and if it can be simplified
  • Onshore Explosion | Deflagration vs Detonation | PHAST Modelling - Onshore Explosion is it detonation or deflagration. How does one differentiate an onshore explosion ;deflagration causes less damage compared to detonation type explosion. But can a detonation type explosion really happen. Perhaps it did happen in Flixborough. How does one model in PHAST in the TNO Model
  • Offshore Explosion Risk Assessment | Gamble it the Monte Carlo Way - Offshore explosion modelling- do not leave it to chance and do not over predict it using maximum overpressure. Calculate using risk based approach and use explosion exceedence curves
  • Jet Fires Modelling | Why PHAST sucks at Jet Fires - Jet Fires and modelling in PHAST and why high CO2 in jet stream results in Jet ires not being possible
  • Probit Model | Radiation Fatality Model - How do you assess Fatality rates against radiation levels. You could use probit values to make into a science attached some documents to help you through, you could use eisenberg or TNO with and without clothes
  • Yellow Book | TNO Explosion | Jet Fire Modelling Guide - Yellow Book downloadable here - The yellow book helps with modelling explosions, jet fires and flash fires. TNO model is a good model to use in PHAST, but you need to get your head around the parameters required in TNO model
  • Inherently Safer Design | Eliminating Hazards early on at Concept / FEED Design Stage - Inherently safer design and concept selection in an oil and gas project. Concept selection is the start where you weigh your options then proceed with your design. Your options could be many, it could be wellheads simply connecting to a Central Processing Platform (CPP) and then an export out. FPSO, FSO, early production etc. How does one apply the practices of inherently safer design.
  • Risk vs Consequence Base | A goal setting approach and setting it early not to miss it - Risk vs Consequence base approach. A goal setting approach and why operators should set it early on.

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  • Soaring_Eagle - Hold off buying a Keurig 2.0 until the company makes the changes suggested in these postings.

    My son sent me this as a Christmas 2014 gift to replace my perfectly fine K75 he gave me 3 years ago, and I am equally as disappointed as almost all of the other reviewers are. What was Keurig thinking? $$$$. Yes, dollars. Company greed is so evident here that it is laughable. They had to be making a fortune on K-cup sales but decided that it wasn't enough. The bogus scare about them not backing the warranty if you use non-Keurig sanctioned cups is just that - bogus. I've used all kinds of K-Cups and a My K-Cup with my personally blended coffee in my B-75 (the Top-of-the (old) line) over these past 3 years and dispensed all sizes of coffee and hot water and the machine has not given me a hiccup. Hooray for Keurig on building such a rugged and versatile machine. If it did die because of my misuse I'd bite the bullet and buy another! Oops, I can't buy another. They replaced an easy to use machine with something more complicated and less versatile.