A hazard and operability study (HAZOP), is defined as a structured and systematic study of a complex process in order to identify risks to both personnel and equipment. It anticipates any negative effects during the operation of the treatment process in, for example, a Wastewater Treatment plant. TOBIN have experience in chairing HAZOP workshops within the water and wastewater sector in Ireland, most recently, for a project in one of the largest wastewater plants in the country, Ringsend WwTP.

By engaging in the HAZOP approach, TOBIN can continue to promote safe, working environments in Ireland.

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