Advertisement

Approach to Risk Based Design

  • Jan-Erik VinnemEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Springer Series in Reliability Engineering book series (RELIABILITY)

Abstract

Challenges for risk based design are introduced, followed by regulatory requirements. The use of risk analysis in risk based design is discussed for topside systems, structural and passive systems, as well as a brief reference to Safety Integrity Levels.

Keywords

Safety System Blast Load Small Leak Fire Load Ignition Probability 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

References

  1. IEC (2000) IEC 61508—functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety—related systems. IEC, GenevaGoogle Scholar
  2. IEC (2003) IEC 61511—Functional safety—safety instrumented systems for the process industry sector. IEC, GenevaGoogle Scholar
  3. Norwegian oil and gas (2004) Application of IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 in the Norwegian Petroleum Industry, Guideline 070, 29 October 2004Google Scholar
  4. NPD (1990) Regulations relating to implementation and use of risk analysis in the petroleum activities. Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, StavangerGoogle Scholar
  5. PSA (2011) Regulations relating to design and outfitting of facilities, etc. in the petroleum activities (the facilities regulations). Petroleum Safety Authority, StavangerGoogle Scholar
  6. SCI (1998) Blast and fire engineering for topside systems. Phase 2. Ascot, SCI. Report no. 253Google Scholar
  7. Standard Norway (2004) Design of steel structures, N–004, rev. 2. Standards Norway, OsloGoogle Scholar
  8. Standard Norway (2007) Action and action effects, N–003, rev. 2. Standards Norway, OsloGoogle Scholar
  9. Standard Norway (2008) Technical safety, 4th edn. Standards Norway, OsloGoogle Scholar
  10. Standard Norway (2012) Integrity of offshore structures, N–001, rev. 8. Standards Norway, OsloGoogle Scholar
  11. Standard Norway (2010) Risk and emergency preparedness analysis, NOROSK Standard Z-013, rev. 3, Standard Norway, OsloGoogle Scholar
  12. Vinnem JE (1997) On the sensitivity of offshore QRA studies. In: European safety and reliability conference, Lisboa, PortugalGoogle Scholar
  13. Vinnem JE, Pedersen JI, Rosenthal P (1996) Efficient risk management: use of computerized QRA model for safety improvements to an existing installation. In: 3rd international conference on health, safety and environment in oil and gas exploration and production. SPE paper 35775, New Orleans, USAGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag London 2014

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Faculty of Science and TechnologyUniversity of StavangerStavangerNorway

Personalised recommendations