Hazop+  

Hazard and Operability Analysis from Isograph

What is Hazop+?

Hazop+ helps you to quickly and intuitively carry out Hazard and Operability Analysis  (HAZOP) studies.

Hazop+ is highly customizable; you can extend it to include LOPA and IEC61508 assessments plus more specialized HAZOP studies such as CHAZOP.

Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP)

The Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) study is a widely used formal technique for examining potential safety and operational problems associated with a system.

A HAZOP study is usually carried out by a team, headed by a chairman and a secretary, who have experience both in the use of the HAZOP technique and the system under investigation. The technique was originally developed for the study of chemical process plant but it is now used in a wide range of industries.

The Hazop+ software was designed as an aid to the HAZOP team by providing an easy method of customizing, recording, managing and reporting the study. Hazop+ can also be used with similar hazard identification techniques.

About Isograph

Isograph was founded in 1986 and is now one of the world’s leading companies in the development and provision of integrated Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety software products.

Isograph software products are well proven and are used in many high profile projects. There are over 9000 installations worldwide. All of the Isograph software products are fully maintained and supported by a group of industry specialists.

Hazop+ Features

Customizable fields and study columns

Easily import data from Excel, Access or text files

Choose deviations or parameters & guide-words

Powerful find facilities in project and grid

Pre-defined and custom risk-ranking matrices

Intuitive study grid for use in meetings

Create custom reports using powerful SQL queries

Instant reports

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