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HAZOP Manager Version 6.0 is a comprehensive Personal Computer program for
the management of Hazard and Operability Studies (Hazops) and other similar
safety-related reviews*. It is
currently helping many companies throughout the world to conduct more efficient
and effective studies. The software incorporates features and facilities
- Serve as a framework within which preparation for the review can be
- Ease the task of recording the meeting minutes, and help to maintain the
team's focus of attention and interest.
- Give speedy access to material useful to the study team, such as previously
identified problems, failure rate data and other such historical information.
- Allow professionally formatted reports to be produced with the minimum of
- Permit additional management information to be extracted from the study
- Provide a comprehensive and easy to use system for effective action
follow-up and close-out, without the significant administrative burden that
this usually entails.
To learn more about the HAZOP Manager software, and how it can help you in
your safety, health and environmental review work, please visit the links
listed at the foot of this page.
* As its name suggests, the
software is most frequently employed to record and manage Hazop Studies, as
arguably this is the most widely used loss-prevention technique. However,
it is designed to be easily configured for use in other familiar methodologies
such as Process Hazards Analysis (PHA), check-list driven Hazard Identification
Reviews (HazId), Risk Assessment Studies, SIL Analysis, Failure Mode and Effect
Analysis (FMEA and FMECA), etc. As an indication of its flexibility,
users have also employed the program for Project Cost & Schedule Risk
Management, Workplace H&S Regulatory Compliance Reviews, Hazards of
Construction Reviews, Preliminary Hazards Analysis, Conceptual Project Studies,
and so on. In other words, the software can be utilized for most reviews
where it is required that the results are both recorded and reported, and which
generate actions that need distribution and subsequent verification that they
have been satisfactorily completed.
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