Rapid Risk Assessment (RRA): Manual for the Classification

Following all 3 documents below:

 

  1. (Required) Rapid Risk Assessment (RRA): Manual for the Classification and

Prioritization of Risks due to Major Accidents in Process Related Industries

  • Calculate risk for 10 – 12 activities including both “Fixed Installation” and “Transport of Hazardous Material”. Each activity must include steps following by:

− Screenshot/Figure of facility location

− Logical information/Rational description of substance & quantity in SI unit (Tons). This means that if “A Unit Conversion” is required, then it must be included. If a quantity needs to be assumed/made up, it can be done reasonably. − Obtaining process of all variables (A, δ, fA, fd, fm, and N*i,s, nl, nf, no, np) − Complete and Correct FA & Fd Diagram! (Up to 10 points deduction for none included & varied points deduction for unclear and incorrect) − Summarization/Display/Table of all obtained constants

− Calculation process on both “Consequence” and “Probability” − Result of calculation

  • After a completion of calculation process on 10 – 12 activities, 3 additional subsections are required, including:

− Societal Risk Graph/Graphical Presentation of RRA Result based ALARA principle

− Review of Risk Prioritization

− Recommendations based on the basis of presented study and results

 

  1. (Required) Vulnerability Assessment (VA): A Guide to Highway Vulnerability

Assessment for Critical Asset Identification and Protection

  • Vulnerability assessment of dangerous goods transportation corridors

− Representation of 5 routes’ diagram (Identification of Routes & Critical Assets)

− Assessments of Critical Asset Scoring

− Assessments of Vulnerability Factor Scoring

− Calculation of Criticality and Vulnerability Coordinates

− Representation of Result (Matrix of Criticality vs. Vulnerability)

− Development of Potential Countermeasures

− Development of Security Operational Planning

 

  1. (Required) Integrated Regional Risk Assessment (IRRA): Guidelines for Integrated Risk

Assessment and Management in Large Industrial Areas

  • Apply to the selected Google Map region to represent & visualize the application of the risks, vulnerability concepts with respect to dangerous goods/hazardous Risk and Vulnerability Management of Complex Interdependent Systems 2 materials and pollution activities from fixed installation, transportation, and industrial waste existing in the region. Emissions to be considered are:

− Airborne (Air Pollution)

− Waterborne (Water Pollution)

− Soil (Ground Pollution)

Document #1 will be used to evaluate the risk matrix due to accidental events in the context of hazardous installation, both fixed objects and transport activities. Document #2 will be used to evaluate the vulnerability matrix due to transportation activities between existing highways among 3 neighboring cities. Then, use the expert judgment following general guidelines given in Document #3 above to qualitatively estimate elements of risks and the associated consequences, e.g., mortality, morbidity, etc.

 

  1. (Required) Comprehensive Implementation Plan based ReIDMP
  • With all 3 required assessments dimensions, intense visualization tools associated with the Google Maps applications will support the findings of the study, in view of adequate risk, vulnerability, and resilient governance. Then, develop a comprehensive implementation plan by integrating computational results from Documents #1, #2, and #3 into a stand-alone model and the corresponding implementation for Resilient -Informed Decision-Making Process (ReIDMP).