Facility Siting Services

Evaluating Potential Hazards Accurately

According to OSHA, a facility siting study should be updated and revalidated at least every 5 years. Identify risks to personnel, equipment, and buildings from fire, explosion, and toxic hazards and mitigate them with a properly performed facility siting study from ioMosaic.

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Featured Case Study

Quantitative Risk Assessment for a Chemical Facility

A client needed to update a prior QRA study from 2015 of their plant with more equipment and buildings. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 PSM requires, under the PHA element, that employers conduct a facility siting study to verify that the location and occupancy of buildings, control rooms and trailers have been properly evaluated. See what elements are included in an ioMosaic QRA report, giving clients a thorough analysis of risk.

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Determining Fire Impact on Process Plant Permanent and Portable Buildings

A Risk-Based Approach

Identifying which facility buildings can be impacted by thermal radiation due to fires is complex. Our facility sitting approach simplifies how to determine the permanent and portable buildings that can be affected. Learn appropriate, cost-effective risk reduction measures for ensuring risk tolerability compliance.

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Simplify Your PHA and DHA with PHAGlobal®

Process hazard analysis documentation software that makes it easier to comply.

OSHA regulations mandate that a PHA or DHA needs to occur every 5 years or sooner if a Management of Change (MOC) occurs. With PHAGlobal® you can complete a more comprehensive overview in less time than other leading software.

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Featured Online Training

 

Interpreting and Applying Test Data

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Interpreting and Applying Test Data

Learn the basics of interpreting and applying test data to gain insight into the likelihood of ignition.

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Mechanical Integrity

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Mechanical Integrity

Learn how to set up a mechanical integrity (MI) program. An MI program is essential for your facility to prevent failures and accidental releases.

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Refinery Hazards Fundamentals

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Refinery Hazards Fundamentals

Understand the fundamentals involved to identify and evaluate different hazard types and their associated risks within refineries or chemical facilities.

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