HAZOP – Hazard and Operability Analysis
The Hazard and Operability (Hazop) study is a widely used formal technique of hazards analysis for examining potential safety and operational problems associated with a system. Isograph’s powerful Hazop+ software can be used to vastly simplify the customizing, recording, managing and reporting processes of the Hazop study. This means a Hazop study can be completed much more quickly and cost-effectively.
The HAZOP study is a detailed hazards analysis, 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+ operates in an environment that allows full customization. This is reflected in the diversity of industries that are using the program across the globe today, such as Defense, Aerospace, Oil & Gas, Automotive, Chemical Process and Nuclear Power.
Windows 10 Compatibility
Isograph’s Hazop+ has been tested and verified as compatible with 64-bit Windows 10 with Internet Explorer 11/Edge and is supported on the Current Branch, Current Branch for Business and the Long Term Servicing Branch