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What is a HAZOP Study?

The Hazard and Operability Study (or HAZOP Study) is a standard hazard analysis technique used in the preliminary safety assessment of new systems or modifications to existing ones.

The HAZOP study is a detailed examination, by a group of specialists, of components within a system to determine what would happen if that component were to operate outside its normal design mode.

The effects of such behavior is then assessed and noted down on study forms. The categories of information entered on these forms can vary from industry to industry and from company to company.

Hazop Process - Hazop+ 2013 from Isograph

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