Best Practices for Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Studies – Creating High-Value Results

This is not a HAZOP training manual, although it can be used as a supplement to a HAZOP training course.  Rather, it is a collection of observations from years of facilitating HAZOP studies focusing on what makes HAZOPs succeed – or fail, even when all the right pieces seem to be in place for success.

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