Tools for Risk Management of Technical Facilities Operation

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  •   Dana Prochazkova

  •   Jan Prochazka

Abstract

The article shows the results of research directed to detection of technical facilities accidents and failures sources at their operation. The research aim is to create the effective tools for management of risks so the coexistence of technical facilities with their vicinity would be ensured throughout their life cycles. The problems solution way is based on the simultaneously preferred concept, in which the safety is preferred over the reliability.  Respecting the present knowledge on technical facilities´ safety and the lessons learned from the past technical facilities accidents and  failures, the causes of which were connected with their operation, two tools are developed:  Decision Support System and Risk Management Plan that were reviewed by experts and tested in practice.


Keywords: Decision Support System, Operation, Risk, Risk Management Plan, Safety, Technical Facility

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Prochazkova, D. and Prochazka, J. 2020. Tools for Risk Management of Technical Facilities Operation. European Journal of Engineering and Technology Research. 5, 4 (Apr. 2020), 494-500. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2020.5.4.1854.