Solution: Plant Safety: QRA

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The objective of the QRA (Quantitative Risk Assessment) is to assess individual and societal risks associated with major accident hazards.

Essentially, effects caused by incidents on occupied buildings (such as control rooms or administration buildings) within a plant area as well as effects which extend beyond the boundaries of the plant (neighboring plots of land or roads) are examined and assessed, taking the relevant population into account.

The scenarios used to prepare a QRA are those that are part of the Fire and Explosion Analysis (FEA) and may also include cases prescribed by the relevant methodology (Purple Book).

Impact analyses done with propagation calculations are used for external emergency planning and can be called on for spatial planning and surface area use planning.

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