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Major hazard industries are often urged to learn from safety-related events, even those which cause no harm or damage. Such near misses offer “free lessons” if only we take note. In reality the situation is a bit more complicated – learning from events is not a zero-cost activity. It requires resources to collect, analyse and make […]

The post Event Risk Scoring – How risky was that incident? appeared first on Oil & Gas blog.

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Through data analytics, the cloud, and online visualization, large volumes of QRA data can be harnessed to produce and interpret insights beyond the requirements of compliance. A living QRA – simple, smart and sensitive As part of the development of MyQRA, we have created an advanced online sensitivity application delivered in the Cloud. This gives […]

The post Are you ready for cloud-enabled, dynamic QRAs? appeared first on Oil & Gas blog.

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The three lines of defence model for risk management is summarised within a Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) position paper [1].  In this post, James Jenkins looks at some lessons learned from it. The model is a framework for the assurance of all types of risk within an organisation. As highlighted within the Institute […]

The post Three lines of defence – safety assurance appeared first on Oil & Gas blog.

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If you’re a health, safety and environment (HSE) manager in oil and gas, one of your biggest challenges is that degradation and weakening of safety barriers can go undetected. Here’s a look at how the latest technologies are making a difference, giving us new ways to use the quantitative risk assessment (QRA) toolbox more effectively. […]

The post Are your decisions based on the actual and current operating conditions of your asset? appeared first on Oil & Gas blog.

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With the vast amounts of both data processing power and storage opportunities, are there new possibilities to rethink how we assess the integrity of offshore pipelines? Currently everyone is trying to digitalize something, and we often see that existing processes are being made more efficient. And by all means, let’s do that. However, we also […]

The post Assessing pipelines in the digital age appeared first on Oil & Gas blog.

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Richards Roels, one of DNV GL’s human factors specialists, looks at new research relating to ‘trap and drag’ incidents. ‘Trap and drag’ refers to events where someone is caught in the doors of a train and dragged along the platform as the train departs.  Whilst very rare, these incidents are of great concern to the […]

The post Rail passenger behaviour invites ‘trap and drag’ incidents appeared first on Oil & Gas blog.

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The availability of  spare parts has a crucial role on the continuing operation of an asset; the lack of spare parts has the potential to cause significant production loss due to extended repair time. On the other hand, holding unnecessary spare parts ties up capital and may add to operating costs. An optimal spare part […]

The post Spare Parts Optimisation – A Maintenance Modelling Approach Using MAROS appeared first on Oil & Gas blog.

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