Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) is a key risk assessment tool in industries like chemical manufacturing, oil and gas, and pharmaceuticals, where handling hazardous chemicals or high-risk conditions is common. It aims to prevent accidents by identifying potential failures in processes, including design, equipment, materials, and procedures. Techniques like HAZOP, What-If Analysis, and Checklist are used to thoroughly examine each process aspect and pinpoint risks. PHA results in identifying hazards, evaluating their severity and likelihood, and suggesting risk mitigation strategies. Implementing these recommendations is vital for safety enhancement, regulatory compliance, and operational efficiency.

Prime Process Safety Center has extensive experience in conducting Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs) using a variety of techniques like HAZOP, What-If, checklist, Major Hazard Analysis (MHA), CHECKLIST Fault Tree Analysis, etc. This diverse expertise not only demonstrates versatility in handling different types of facilities and scenarios in the process industry but also reflects a deep commitment to safety and risk management.

Below are the process safety services we offer at Prime Process Safety Center.

Hazard and Operability

What-If and
Checklist Reviews

Failure Modes, Effects, and
Criticality Analysis (FMECA)


Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA)

Hazard Identification

Root Cause
Analysis (RCA)

Quantitative Risk
Assessment (QRA)

Facilitation and
Scribing Personnel

Failure Modes and
Effects Analysis (FMEA)

Fault Tree
Analysis (FTA)