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Risk Assessment and Consequences Analysis in Major Accidental Hazard Industries Waste Companies


Aniket Sonavane , IES-IPSA ,indore; Rajiv Premi, IES-IPSA , INDORE


Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Construction of Fault Trees, Hazard Characterization, Major Concern Classification


The pace of urbanization and industrialization in developing countries is rapidly increasing. Unfortunately, regulatory and private-sector control of hazards has not always kept pace. This work identifies the level of emergency preparedness in chemical industries and evaluates the spatial distribution of hazards using a worst-case release scenario. Consequently, we identified potentially exposed urban communities and evaluated the social perception of a hazard. Process industries involve handling of hazardous substances which on release may potentially cause catastrophic consequences in terms of assets lost, human fatalities or injuries and loss of public confidence of the company. To develop a predictive model one has to rely on past occurrence data, as such events are rare, enough data are usually not available to better understand and model such behavior. In such situations, it is advisable to use near misses and incident data to predict system performance and estimate accident likelihood.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I2717
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2015
Page(s): 966-968

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