A structured review approach for hazard identification may be carried out through "dynamic procedure for atypical scenarios identification" by means of systematization of information from early signals of risk related to past incident events, near misses, and inherent studies. This chapter provides a step-by-step tutorial for the application of this technique. A representative application is also carried out for the challenging case of liquefied natural gas regasification technologies; although related risks can be well known to academics and experts, safety professionals may disregard scenarios for which there is relatively limited experience.

Dynamic Hazard Identification: Tutorial and Examples

TUGNOLI, ALESSANDRO;COZZANI, VALERIO
2016

Abstract

A structured review approach for hazard identification may be carried out through "dynamic procedure for atypical scenarios identification" by means of systematization of information from early signals of risk related to past incident events, near misses, and inherent studies. This chapter provides a step-by-step tutorial for the application of this technique. A representative application is also carried out for the challenging case of liquefied natural gas regasification technologies; although related risks can be well known to academics and experts, safety professionals may disregard scenarios for which there is relatively limited experience.
Dynamic Risk Analysis in the Chemical and Petroleum Industry: Evolution and Interaction with Parallel Disciplines in the Perspective of Industrial Application
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Paltrinieri, N.; Tugnoli, A.; Cozzani, V.
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