Isograph Hazop + v7.0

Isograph Hazop + v7.0

Isograph Hazop + 7 Software is a specialized software to study the hazards and operation of operations. The official definition of HAZOP is “the use of a formal and systematic approach to the design and operational objectives of the existing and ongoing project, or in the design phase, in order to derive probable deviations from the design and operating conditions of the unit, and to analyze the consequences of the hazards or conditions.” Predicting the optimal operating conditions and, if necessary, providing suggestions to increase the safety and operational level of the project. ”

HAZOP is a specific structure for detecting and assessing hazard safety in process units using a team with different engineering expertise and as a basis for identifying process hazards in the design and operation of the industrial unit. Accepted.

Here are some key Features of “Isograph Hazop + v7.0” :

  • Perform HAZOP, HAZID, FMEA and JSA studies
  • Implement SIL Assessment and SIL Verification and RAM and LOPA and FTA
  • Establishment of Health, Safety and Environment Management System (HSE)
  • System gap analysis PSM Gap Analysis
  • Pre-Set Up Safety Review (PSSR)
  • HSE Management System CALCULATION
  • Perform Fireproofing engineering studies.
  • Design of Fire Extinguishing, Fire Extinguishing and Cooling Systems
  • Compilation of all engineering documents in the field of safety and fire
  • Quantitative and qualitative assessment of fire risk in buildings, warehouses and process units
  • Modeling the consequences of process accidents using PHAST software
  • Modeling the consequences of process accidents using CFD methods
  • QRA
  • Standardization of Dike Walls
  • Designing an Emergency Response Plan (ERP)
  • Assessing Blast Studies

System Requirement

  • Windows 7 SP1
  • Windows 10
  • Intel or AMD 2.0 GHz processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 128 MB VGA
  • 5400 RPM Hard-disk or SSD

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