BakerRisk Guidance Series: HAZOP Best Practice

We are pleased to continue our newly launched Best Practices guidance series!  The intent of this series is to provide additional guidance to industry on risk management topics of common interest.  Our September Best Practice release is now available and features the topic of HAZOPs.

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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.

One of our experts, Mike Moosemiller and BakerRisk colleagues have collectively leveraged their years of experience to develop this HAZOP guidance document -- Get your free copy here

For more information on this topic see our HAZOP page or contact us today!


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