Features of PHA Comp
Part of the ProSET® family of tools
to manage your Functional Safety
Lifecycle with SIL Comp® and MRA Comp
Effortless report generation including
a quick Actions report for study
attendees to take away with them
Easy to use interface
Transfer information between modules, such as importing HAZOP data into SIL Comp® for a SIL Determination or SRS
Customisable data to easily configure PHA Comp to your company standards, in particular your company Risk Matrix and Deviations (Parameters and Guidewords)
Developed by consultants with
over 100 years’ combined
Functional Safety experience
About PHA Comp
PHA Comp – The Process Hazard Analysis Compliance Tool is part of the ProSET® software suite for use in PHA studies such as Hazard and Operability studies (HAZOP studies). Engineering Safety Consultants (ESC) has applied its 100+ combined years of technical safety know-how to develop the ProSET® family of tools.
Conducting hazard and risk assessments is a requirement of Phase 1 of the IEC 61508 and IEC 61511 Functional Safety Lifecycle.
PHA Comp covers all major PHA methods such as HAZOP, Hazard Identification (HAZID) and Control Hazard and Operability (CHAZOP).
Why PHA Comp?
Easier and more cost effective
Consistency in approach
User friendly and easy to navigate
Setup default deviations to your company standards which are configurable to add, removed and/or modify deviations based on a particular PHA study
Default Risk Matrix
Setup default risk matrix to your company standard
Batch and Continuous Processes Studies
Conduct both batch and continuous processes studies, not limiting the type of studies you can conduct
Provide an Actions response to track how each action is being resolved
Review Actions taken in the PHA study through the Actions Manager in one place without having to go through each node
Maintain a consistent approach by reusing Actions and Safeguards
Actions only Report
Generate an Actions only report, allowing participants of the PHA study to know instantly what Actions are required and who is responsible for each
Available in multiple languages including English, German, Chinese (simplified), Arabic, Spanish and French