Workshop Facilitation is conducted to communicate and instruct different project teams on the specific project and industry issues and to cultivate a cooperative culture within the teams. Our HSE experts are committed to providing ample support to our clients in developing their projects through informative and productive workshops, helping them connect and engage with diverse groups to work towards a common objective.

Our Workshop Facilitation programs comprise

A) Hazard Identification (HAZID)

Hazard Identification (HAZID) is a team-based brainstorming technique for the early identification of potential hazards and threats affecting people, the environment, assets, or reputation. It is the method which forms the fundamental first step of a risk assessment program.
Hazard Identification (HAZID) is a popular and well-documented systematic assessment for identifying problem areas related to plants, systems, operations, design and maintenance within the Oil and Gas Industry. It can either be a part of a Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) or as a Standalone Analysis for installation, replacement, modification, reduction, lifting, isolation, etc.

Benefits of HAZID

B) Hazard and Operability (HAZOP)

Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) study is a structured hazard identification technique using a multi-disciplinary team for the identification of process hazards with respect to the design and operation of a facility. The study shall ssystematically and rigorously examine the Project Facilities to identify credible deviation from the design intention in context of the complete system that can contributes potential Safety, Health and Environmental hazards and operating problems. Identifying such deviations is usually facilitated by utilizing sets of ‘guide words’ as a methodical list of deviation perspectives. This particular approach is an exceptional feature of the HAZOP methodology that enables to stimulate the imagination of the team members while examining potential deviations.
HAZOP is ideal to assess hazards in facilities, equipment, and processes and is best suited for assessing systems from multiple perspectives, such as:

C) Safety Integrity Level (SIL)

Safety Integrity Level (SIL) is described as a comparative level of risk-reduction offered by a safety function, or an analysis of performance required for a Safety Instrumented Function (SIF) to maintain or achieve the safety state.
In essence, Safety Integrity Level analysis is an estimation of performance recommended for a Safety Instrumented Function (SIF).
Overall, the Safety Integrity Level analysis involved 3 steps , namely, SIL Assessment / Classification, SIL Verification in line with Safety Requirement Specification and SIL Validation.