Unmanaged risk proves costly: to human life and the liveability of communities, to the operating time of a facility and to the business bottom line.
Viewing risk as a potential cost highlights the critical need for safe operations of facilities and processes. Through the application of proven risk management techniques it is possible to reduce costs, notably at the early phases of the project lifecycle where the knock-on effects of risk can result in serious consequences. This all forms the Formal Safety Assessment and leads to the development of the facilities Safety Case.
Our independent, impartial, consultants and network of experts worldwide understand the key drivers for risk and safety related studies:
BMT reviewed the operability and reliability for current and future operations of an LNG terminal in Singapore.
Reliability of process design of water treatment works in Hong Kong was enhanced through various studies and reviews.
BMT was invited by a global financing and development institution to conduct a cumulative risk assessment of its three major industrial facilities in Nansha, Pearl River Delta and to review its industrial hazard risk management system.
Singapore's JTC Corporation, in collaboration with the Safety and Risk Management Safety Centre (SRMC) conducted a series of pilot Quantitative Risk Assessment studies to establish the applicability of the new QRA guidelines in the local context. BMT has been invited by JTC and SRMC to bid for the pilot study using new QRA guidelines on an existing manufacturing facility in Singapore.
BMT has been commissioned by an International Gas Supplier to conduct an Explosion Impact and Vent Dispersion study for three proposed hydrogen plants to assess the explosion overpressure impacts due to catastrophic failure of selected equipment.