28 Dec 2018
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How do you decide under uncertainty (= risk-based)? What costs do you expect? Per which milestones? What will be the probability? How safe, productive and economic are your systems? And how long will you still be capable- and entitled – to operate and maintain them productively and legally compliant?
A Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) delivers reliable answers. Results within a distribution that will not be exceeded per your specified and preselected probability. Providing you with cost and time certainty. But how do you achieve that?
You can download one of our Risk Management Presentations (for the current BSVII Project @ San Jose, CA-USA) as an application example through this link or from our Download Menu as Document No. 62. Or, of course, any of our more than one hundred documents ready for your download, in English and/or German, free-of-charge and without registration anytime.
With our System Risk Management (SRM) we help you from your very first hazard identification to your qualitative risk assessment and quantitative risk analysis. And from your very first draft, design and planning through manufacturing, construction to final completion, commissioning and into your operation & maintenance (O&M) phase. For the complete Life Cycle Time of your project. For all your projects.
You are not alone – we are here to help you. For more than 28 years now we have successfully supported our customers to reduce risks and to increase opportunities – worldwide. Please visit our RM Blog @ LinkedIN through this link or at https://www.linkedin.com/in/alfred-moergeli-6919296/detail/recent-activity/shares/ for your first and free-of-charge introduction to our RM support. We will help you as well.
How can you profit yourself? One of our publications for the BSVII Project demonstrates your value added and is available for your download through this link or from our Download Menu as Document No. 61.