Industry standard software tool for onshore QRA
Safeti analyses complex consequences from accident scenarios, taking account of local population and weather conditions, to quantify the risks associated with the release of hazardous chemicals. Safeti allows you to quickly identify major risk contributors, allowing you to take action to mitigate those risks.
What you get
- The most comprehensive quantitative risk analysis tool available for assessing process plant risks
- Capability to quantify the risk associated with your installation including risk contours, FN curves and rankings of risk contributors
- A major decision support tool for your strategic planning, facility siting and layout, and for detailed risk and safety assessments
Assessing process plant risks
At onshore process, chemical and petrochemical facilities, risk assessment needs to be done comprehensively, within a structured framework.
Safeti (Software for the Assessment of Flammable, Explosive and Toxic Impact) is by far the most comprehensive quantitative tool available for assessing process plant risks. It is designed to perform all the analytical, data processing and results presentation elements of a QRA within a structured framework.
Key benefits of Safeti
- Incorporates world leading consequence analysis capability of Phast, including DNV GL’s proprietary Unified Dispersion Model (UDM)
- Generates numerous risk metrics (for example, FN Curves or Individual Risk) for comparison with legislative or user-defined acceptance criteria
- Facilitates cost reduction in terms of losses and insurance
- Risk ranking and hazard zone identification for guidance concerning possible mitigation measures, including operation, emergency response and land use planning
- Provides traceability and consistency in calculations
- Risk results are available graphically and may be overlaid on digitised maps, satellite photos and plant layouts
- Designed to facilitate compliance with regulatory requirements of many countries, with tailor-made specifications incorporated into the programme