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Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis at Mining Industry - Vale´s Experience

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  • Conference Type:
    AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
  • Presentation Date:
    April 12, 2022
  • Duration:
    30 minutes
  • Skill Level:
    Intermediate
  • PDHs:
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A indústria de mineração define os cenários de eventos catastróficos de suas operações como Material Unwanted Events ou MUE´s. Esta definição tem como objetivo padronizar a categorização deste cenários e desta forma permitir que diferentes atividades da área de mineração possam estabelecer critérios de desempenho e comparação. Outro importante objetivo é auxiliar priorização deste cenários a serem estudados e definidas as ações de gerenciamento de riscos adequadas. Este trabalho tem como objetivo apresentar a experiência da Vale, até o momento, ao operacionalizar estas analises de risco. Também é objetivo deste trabalho apresentar os aprendizados no usa da técnica de Bow Tie ao executar a identificação de perigos e análise de riscos (HIRA) dos cenários identificados como MUE´s. HIRA, Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis é um dos 22 elementos do sistema de Segurança de Processos Baseado em Risco (RBPS - Risk Based Process Safety) elaborado e desenvolvido pelo AIChE/CCPS.

The mining industry defines the catastrophic event scenarios of its operations as Material Unwanted Events or MUE's. This definition aims to standardize the categorization of these scenarios and thus allow different activities in the mining area to establish performance and comparison criteria. Another important objective is to help prioritize these scenarios to be studied and appropriate risk management actions defined. This paper aims to present Vale's experience, so far, in operationalizing these risk analyses. It is also the objective of this work to present the lessons learned in using the Bow Tie technique when performing the hazard identification and risk analysis (HIRA) of the scenarios identified as MUE's. HIRA, Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis is one of the 22 elements of the Risk Based Process Safety (RBPS) system developed and developed by the AIChE/CCPS.

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