BakerRisk Webinar: “What to know about the BakerRisk Hazardous Area Classification Tool (HACTool©)”

BakerRisk Webinar:
“What to know about the BakerRisk
Hazardous Area Classification Tool (HACTool©)”

Wednesday, November 2, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CT

BakerRisk performs Hazardous Area Classification (HAC) studies to help our clients design, operate, and maintain their facilities in accordance with current standards in industry.

The patented HACTool© software has played an integral role in BakerRisk HAC studies by allowing our team to calculate extent distances quickly and efficiently for classified areas, check for compliance gaps for electrical equipment and instrumentation, maintain a database of potential ignition hazards, and perform many other functions.

BakerRisk is excited to now be able to share the HACTool© software with you for your own use!

Overview slide of HACTool webinar presentation

What will be covered in this webinar:

  • Background on the purpose of BakerRisk’s HACTool© software package.
  • Demonstration of the HACTool© software.
  • Discussion on potential uses for HACTool© in industry.
  • Details on purchasing and licensing the software.

About the Presenter: Stuart Powell

  • Member of AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) and CGA (Compressed Gas Association)
  • 5+ years of experience working on HAC studies, in addition to Facility Siting, Quantitative Risk Analysis, and PHAs.

Interested in the HACTool© software? Click here!

BakerRisk HACTool product

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