HAZID Studies/Workshops for SUCO’s Three Operating Sites, Gulf of Suez
Suez Oil Company (SUCO)
Pollution Abatement and Risk Assessment
Oil and Gas
Environics was commissioned to conduct Hazard Identification (HAZID) studies/workshops for three operating sites in Gulf of Suez; Ras Budran, Zeit Bay, and Ras Fanar respectively.
The HAZID studies have been performed in accordance with oil and gas relevant international standards (ISO 17776:20001) as well as best practice of the industry.
The main objectives of the HAZID were to:
Identify all hazards related to the safety of people, environment and/or asset at or near the facility;
Identify the associated events and outcomes and rank them based on risks;
Show clear links between hazards, causes and the potential events;
Identify hazards which can lead to major accident events (as defined in the Definitions);
Provide the operator and the workforce with sufficient knowledge, awareness and understanding of the hazards to be able to prevent and deal with accidents and dangerous occurrences;
Provide a systematic record of all identified hazards at or near the facility, and in particular those which may lead to major accident events, together with any assumptions; and
Provide a basis for identifying, evaluating, defining and justifying the selection (and rejection) of control measures for eliminating or reducing risk.
The HAZID team has considered the main offshore and onshore components during conducting the HAZID Sessions.
Each workshop included the below main contents:
Overview for HAZID/RA tools.
Illustrate HAZID Methodology.
Explain the HAZID Work-Sheets, matrices & Keywords.
Outline the Major Accidental Hazards (MAH) items for each site operations.
Conduct the HAZID against each MAH related hazard.
Record the findings in the Hazards and Effects Register Worksheets (HAZID Forms).
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