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Which of this stages are part of the Risk Management process?
a) Risk Assessment
b) Risk Evaluation
c) Risk Treatment
d) All of them
Which are the benefits of the risk management?
a) Improve organizational resilience
b) Enhance healthsafety performance, as well as environmental protection
c) Maximize losses
d) Establish an unreliable basis for decision makingplanning
Which of this points are parts of a Safety Management System (field of SEVESO Directive)?
a) Identificationevaluation of major hazards
b) Quality audit
c) Management of change
d) Operational Control
Risk estimation can be quantitative, semi quantitativequalitative. Which of the sentences, about quantitative estimation below are true?
a) The quantitative estimation is done when internationalnational regulations (or corporative regulations) are compulsory
b) Quantitative estimation is a non-rigorous process to estimate risks.
c) The checklist is the principal background to do a quantitative estimation.
d) The quantitative estimation is done assessing a qualitative o semi quantitative methodology, the risk estimated is over the screening criteria
Which of this are Risk identification methodologies?
Which can be the reason to classify a hazard as not significant?
a) The effect of realization of a hazard may be included in another more severe hazard.
b) High consequences
c) Very low frequency of occurrence
d) High frequency of occurrence but low consequences
Which of this stages are part of the QRA?
a) Identify scenarios
b) Consequence modelling
c) Event treefrequency analysis
Which of this scenarios shall be calculated in a QRA?
a) Release of the entire content of a storage tank in 10 min.
b) Overfilling of a storage tank.
c) Rupture of all pipes at a time in heat exchangerscondensers
d) Outflow of the minimum outflow rate of a pressure relief valve
What are the physical effects of a pool fire?
b) Thermal radiation
d) Direct flame contact
What are the physical effects of a BLEVE?
b) Missiles (fragments of the storage tank)
c) Thermal radiation
Which of this are modifiers of the frequency of a critical event?
a) Safety distances
b) Emergency plandrills
c) Detectionshutdown systems
d) Managements factors
On which depends the dose received in a scenario of toxicity?
a) Maximum concentration of the substance in the air
b) Average intensity received, in kW/m
c) Overpressure generated (mbar)
d) Exposure time in seconds
Complete the equation: frequency x damage =
What does ALARP mean?
a) As low as reasonable achievable
b) As low as reasonable practicable
c) As low as possible
d) As high as reasonable practicable
What does Societal Risk express?
a) The highest consequence event for the vicinity
b) Summation of risks all the outcomes affecting any location
c) Group of people simultaneously exposed to the consequences of an accident
d) It is expressed using a FN curve (frequency vs number of fatalities)
Which is the effect causing pulmonary hemorrhage?
a) Thermal radiation
Which is the most used acceptance criteria in EU countries for individual risk?
In inherently safer design, the following concepts are used to reduce risk:
a) Reduction, e.g. reducing the hazardous inventoriesthe frequencyduration of exposure;
b) Substitution, e.g. substituting hazardous materials with less hazardous ones (but recognizing that there could be some trade-offs here between plant safetythe wider productlifecycle issues);
c) Attenuation, e.g. using the hazardous materialsprocesses in a way that s their hazard potential, such as segregating the process plant into smaller sections using ESD valves, processing at lower temperaturepressure;
d) All of them
Factors that will influence the ion of measures to reduce the risk include
a) Technical feasibility of the risk-reducing measure.
b) Contribution of the risk-reducing measure
c) Degree of uncertainty associated with the risk
d) Production time lost by implementing the measure (checklist, procedures…)
Which of these standards can help us to implement a Safety Management System?
a) SEVESO Directive
b) BS ISO 4500
c) ISO 31000
The definition of consequence is “outcome of an event affecting objectives”.
The definition of Risk Management is “Process of finding, recognizingdescribing risks”.
The HAZOP is the perfect Risk Identification Methodology for installations which are a repeated of earlier designswhere there are recognized codesstandards.
The acronym of QRA means “Qualitative Risk Assessment”.
The catastrophic failure of a storage tank is a compulsory scenario to calculate in a QRA.
Jet fire is an ignition of a continuous leakage of flammable gasesvapours contained in pipescontainers with overpressure.
The probit equation is independent of the phenomena evaluated.
The Individual risk (or Cumulative Escalation risk) is the summation of risks all the outcomes affecting any locationis usually calculated on a grid
The screening criteria are the targetsstandards used to judge the tolerability of an identified hazardeffect.
The general hierarchy of risk-reducing measures is: prevention, detection, control, mitigation, emergency response.
BLEVE is suitable in atmospheric tanks
The off-site emergency plan should be the responsibility of: arrangements.
a) Engineering Controls
b) Administrative practices
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