first in-house software was developed by our international certified functional safety experts.

Users can customize any data to reflect a real-life plant based on their experience.

The ambiguous risk assessment will be eliminated by Smart risk matrix and/or Bow-tie modeling upon user’s preference. With the flexibility of SIF design developed by InnoSIF™, there are no complex systems that cannot be evaluated.





Smart Risk Matrix

is customisable tool for developing risk criteria. it can be set to any sizes by combination of rows and columns from 1X1 up to 8X8.

Three (3) aspects of consequence; personnel safety, environment and economic will be aligned into one matrix via acceptable/tolerable criteria as user’s safety policy, and then Smart matrix will automatically transform the criteria to be SIL level and Risk Reduction Factor (RRF).

Bow-tie model

is a famous risk assessment technique. It can develop a hazard scenario in graphical and take account of the Layer of Protection analysis (LOPA) technique for detailing the consequence severity evaluation.

In Bow-tie modelling, a user can develop production loss equation (PLE) which is a good practice to make an assumption of the economic impact on the hazardous event. The PLE can be built one or more cases depending on the production loss scenario specific on the evaluated plant.

SIF design concept

SIF design concept of InnoSIF™ is more flexible to develop a complex SIF.

To simplify process of design, InnoSIF™ provides user-friendly interface to build a complete SIF design in one page.

The subsystem configuration can be developed using Fault Tree Analysis modelling (FTA), which helps users demonstrate their design in graphical.

Support Features for SIS Designer

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One of the major problems arising during the design of the Safety Instrumented Function (SIF) is that data transferred from a HAZOP study provide insufficient details for the SIL assessment workshop. Moreover, some data are inconsistent when conducting the HAZOP and the SIL workshops. This generally extends the time required for the SIL assessment for related activities, i.e. hazard identification, demand scenario development and consequence analysis.

H-Analyst™ can eliminate the above mentioned problems because it shares the same quantitative data with InnoSIF™ (SIL Study Tool). This ensures the consistency between HAZOP and SIL Study. In addition, the study results from H-Analyst™ can easily be transferred to InnoSIF™. Thus, Every efforts are counted!!!

Smart Risk Matrix

built in H-Analyst™ version, supports both qualitative and quantitative analysis methods and configurable up to 8X8 matrix. Example Matrix above show qualitative analysis matrix for supporting HAZID study and Quantitative analysis matrix which is consistent with InnoSIF™ (Simplified SIL Classification) for supporting detailed HAZOP study, respectively.

Best Practices Integrated

H-Analyst™ provides the different guide words which are specific for HAZOP and HAZID, yet the worksheet format and the working environment for both studies are identical. Moreover, the results of HAZOP can be directly exported to SIL Study with just few easy steps.

Predefined risk classification of 7 levels

H-Analyst™ generates the predefined risk classification of 7 levels. The user can customize the risk level to be in line with Company’s Risk Tolerability policy by activating or deactivating any items of risk level provided.

User Friendly

H-Analyst™ interface is easy-to-use, it makes user focus on the deviation and hazard being analysed. The tools provided are developed from the intention of working better, faster and more effective for the overall HAZOP / HAZID processes.

Reporting Capability

H-Analyst™ has a built-in report generating tool. The report is automatically developed in the MS Excel file format so it’s customisable. Information generated in the report includes the study team members, a list of reference and related documents, the risk criteria, assumptions, the major accident hazard list, Safety Critical Elements (SCEs), the study worksheet and action/response sheets.

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