Technical Safety discipline activities are focused on minimizing the risks connected with the designed facilities and are implemented at each stage of the project, starting from the study phase through detail design, construction, commissioning to start-up. Special emphasis is taken on developing an engineering design that fully considers the inherent risk associated with the facility. Sound engineering practices are used to identify hazards, assess the risks, and mitigate them to an acceptable level. Formalized techniques for safety reviews are used to audit designs that already meet governing codes, standards, regulations, and engineering practices. Safety reviews provide a mechanism for the formal evaluation and verification of the integrity of the design.
The Technical Safety team has experience with the following codes, standards and regulations:
Typical technical safety activities/studies include::
The following tools and software are used by our engineers: