As a cloud-based software that’s available on mobile and the web, iAuditor allows you and your team to document observations in a snap with customizable categories and question prompts. With real-time data syncing and automated recordkeeping, using iAuditor as HAZOP software ensures that all inspection records and data are protected using GDPR-compliant data security. Feel at ease as you conduct inspection and analysis of systems, as iAuditor automatically generates a professional Web/PDF report as soon as you finish. Share reports via web link or email so that other HAZOP team members are aware of your most recent findings. If you want to get a more detailed breakdown of your data, simply go to the analytics dashboard on the web where you’ll find data on recent inspections, issues, failed items, and more.
Using iAuditor as HAZOP Software helps you connect the dots faster by showing additional questions based on selected answers. For example, if the answer to a question is yes, an additional question can be set to show up. You can configure the logic feature whichever way you want so that nothing is missed while conducting HAZOP. With scoring enabled, you can assign values to multiple choice answers so each inspection has an overall rating or score. Use the default multiple choice response sets or create your own. Aside from multiple choice answers, iAuditor also has a variety of response types, including freeform text or numerical answers, sliders, and more.
With the free plan, you can add up to nine other users to your team. Assign an action to yourself or anyone in your team and set the due date, priority level, and status. This will help identify blockers to the completion of the HAZOP or the need for more time, resources, or assistance. Each iAuditor action resembles a conversation where the creator of the action and the user to whom it was assigned can exchange thoughts, ideas, suggestions, as well as add images and PDF files to further clarify their points. With iAuditor as HAZOP Software, your team can determine possible deviations and review HAZOP findings together, despite being miles or even oceans away.
While conducting a HAZOP has many benefits, including the identification of ambiguous and intangible hazards and comprehensive hazard prediction, it also has a number of issues which can be difficult to overcome. Though some challenges are beyond the control of the HAZOP team, such as the lack of vendor cooperation and adequate information, there are a few which can be remedied through the use of HAZOP software.
Though it can be easy to dismiss the differences between repetitive designs, merely conducting a one-time HAZOP for all of them can lead to HAZOP teams not taking into account the changes that have taken place since the first HAZOP was conducted. It’s important to remember that all designs, even repetitive ones, require regular in-depth evaluations or new HAZOPs. This principle also applies to conducting HAZOPs for parallel pieces of equipment. For example, when similar equipment is installed in separate plants, the process conditions of each plant can lead to differences in the operation of the same piece of equipment.
By displaying pre-set questions, a HAZOP software solution ensures that HAZOP teams are reminded to analyze each design and inspect even similar equipment for differences or changes they may have missed. HAZOP teams can also edit or add to a previous HAZOP template so that it reflects the differences or changes they’ve identified.
Though HAZOPs are vital in ensuring the safety and productivity of a plant, they also take up a considerable amount of time and resources and are thus often rushed or conducted improperly. However, while devoting enough time and resources to HAZOP is recommended, there is a way to ensure that the entire process is as smooth and as efficient as possible. Using HAZOP software instead of paper can certainly lead to more tasks being accomplished within the same timeframe due to the automation of workflows.
One of the key benefits of conducting a HAZOP is the thorough identification of potential hazards, meaning that the risk of hazards not even in existence are examined and planned for. Yet, merely enumerating what should be done to mitigate that risk and not actually taking action negates any advantage a HAZOP hazard prediction can bring. Following up on actions created as a result of the HAZOP is essential to its success.
Using the collaborative actions feature of iAuditor, external HAZOP leaders can coordinate with members of the organization in arranging the close out of recommended actions. Additionally, if someone forgets to set a due date for an action, iAuditor will automatically give a due date for the following week, ensuring that it isn’t missed.
As the 2020 Winner of the Best SaaS Product for Health & Safety or Risk Management, iAuditor by SafetyCulture is a versatile operations platform with a focus on safety. Unlike other HAZOP software, iAuditor makes it easy to collaborate with both internal and external specialists without having to meet face-to-face.
Create unlimited smart forms and convert your existing paper checklists to digital templates
Assign actions to HAZOP team members around the world with iAuditor as HAZOP software
Detailed HAZOP reports and insights help solve problems quicker
Turn your HAZOP data into actionable insights
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Automate the boring stuff—from scheduling inspections to sharing reports
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