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Applying risk and consequence modelling knowledge from the oil and gas industry to urban energy projects 19 August 2018

This year's 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster offers a timely opportunity to look back at the significant developments in risk and consequence software modelling, says David Price of Gexcon UK. The Public Inquiry into the accident, which claimed 167 lives, triggered increased attention in the assessment of risk from gas leaks and subsequent ignition leading to jet fire and explosion modelling....

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Risk and consequence modelling case study 16 August 2018

The project involved a large residential development set in gardens with community facilities including cafes, restaurants, retail and leisure in a major UK city. Consultancy activities involved advising on DSEAR regulatory compliance in relation to an Energy Centre incorporated into the basement of a multi-use building....

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DSEAR & Dust Hazards - Where are we today? 08 February 2010

In 2007 I wrote an article for HazardEx titled ‘There’s more to DSEAR than risk assessment’ which discussed the procedures required to gain compliance with DSEAR, three years on it is interesting to review how we have progressed and to consider what has actually been completed by many companies to gain such compliance....