Fire & Explosion Risk Analysis (FERA)
Fire & Explosion Risk Assessment will be carried out for the JAWA 9 & 10 Coal Fired Steam Power Plant 2 x 1000 MW Capacity in Suralaya Cilegon.
Fire safety is just one of many safety issues management must address to minimize the risk of injury or death to staff or the public. Fire has the potential to injure or kill large numbers of people very quickly. While, Explosion is a gas expansion that happens rapidly, releasing energy intensity that often generate noises, high temperatures and fragments, and generates a pressure wave so fast or the occurrence of a quake.
An improvement after Assessment at Facilities related to Fire and Explosion Risk can potentially bring significant benefit for business. Fire and Explosion Risk Assessment is one of a key for safety working area and ensure reliability of your assets.
The facilities in which flammable and combustible materials are handled or stored should be designed, operated, and maintained so that the consequence of any possible of fire and explosion are kept to a minimum, whether in normal operation or otherwise, with regard to frequency, duration and quantity.
Fire & Explosion Risk Analysis (FERA) is delivered as quantitative analysis to demonstrate the risk ranking for each area in the facility, the acceptable risk level based on ALARP Methodology
The objectives of this study are:
- Develop Hazardous Area Classification (HAC) Schedule to identify the specific radius and extent area of the potential release source equipment based on Hazardous Area Classification (HAC) methodology.
- Identify the Major Accident Hazard (MAH) related to material properties, process hazards and potential fire and explosion scenarios based on Dow’s Fire & Explosion Index (Dow F&EI) methodology.
- Elaborate Fire & Explosion Risk Analysis (FERA) using quantitative approach related to event frequency, probability and consequence impact based on Center of Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) methodology.
- Evaluate risk results in order to comply with tolerable risk value in As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP) region and develop recommendation to perform risk reduction if required.