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IOGP Report 434-07

Analyse recommended approaches to consequence modelling for accidental releases of hazardous materials, with the potential to cause harm to people, damage to assets and impairment of safety functions, from offshore and onshore installations.

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Description

IOGP Report 434-07

Analyse recommended approaches to consequence modelling for accidental releases of hazardous materials, with the potential to cause harm to people, damage to assets and impairment of safety functions, from offshore and onshore installations.

Consequence modelling refers to the calculation or estimation of numerical values (or graphical representations of these) that describe the credible physical outcomes of loss of containment scenarios involving flammable, explosive and toxic materials with respect to their potential impact on people, assets, or safety functions. This datasheet presents recommended approaches to consequence modelling for accidental releases of hazardous materials, with the potential to cause harm to people, damage to assets and impairment of safety functions, from offshore and onshore installations.

Additional information

Theme

Topic

Risk assessment

Report Number

434-07

Document type

Data table

Publication Date

2010