We conduct your Fire and Explosion Risk Assessment study according to guidance, standard and regulatory requirements. We provide top-quality services of the highest possible standard which meet internationally recognized level of performance. We shall work out comprehensive study criteria specially designed and tailored to go well with your operations and to suit your peculiar concerns. The study will be carried out using advanced software technology tools and will provide top-performance data analysis with verifiable reference results and dependable baseline findings. We will go in-depth of every element of the studies, collect and publish all relevant data required to make the report acceptable and implementable. As a leading QHSE&S company in Nigeria, we provide up-to-date and accurate information, and a well-tailored guidance on QHSE & issues, and our services help organizations to identify hazards, manage risk, prevent loss, reduce cost, increase productivity and improve reputation. The study has a high promise for your organization and is strongly recommended for your approval. We look forward to a beneficial business relationship between our organizations.

 Payment Terms

·         You will pay us 50% of the agreed sum excluding Value Added Tax on award of the contract.

·         Balance of 50% of the agreed sum, excluding Value Added Tax will be paid to us when we have submitted the report.

Materials and Supervision

We will supply all the necessary materials needed to carry out the work. We will also be responsible for labour and supervision.

 Security of our Property

We will make our own arrangement to ensure the security of the system under audit and our property.

Injury or Death of our Workman

We are liable for and shall indemnify you against any liability, loss, claims or proceedings whatsoever arising under any status or common law in respect of personnel injury to or death of any person whatsoever arising from the discharge of the work included in the study. We shall also take adequate precaution for the safety of our workman. You will have no responsibility in these regards whatsoever.

Secrecy and Privacy

All information collected by us during the preparation of report, data etc. will be your property. No information in full or part will be passed on to any other source or organisation without your written consent.


Fire and Explosion Risk Assessment Studies and preparation of reports for your facility shall consider hazardous materials, operational controls and engineering controls, and methodology includes nodes study, hazards recognition, safeguard evaluation, recommendations etc. Risk analysis shall be comprehensive which shall include all aspects your facilities or proposed facilities. The scope of shall include but not limited:

  • Identification of materials present and method of material selection
  • Identify the fire potential _
  • Assessment of consequences of fire
  • Establish possibility of ignition
  • Consider possibility of fire growth
  • Will a fire be detected
  • Determine the need for fire protection
  • What fire suppression systems present
  • Select appropriate fire protection
  • Communication and evacuation

 Other Considerations:

  • Identification, screening and ranking of serious scenarios
  • Quantitative analysis for risk assessment
  • Consequence analysis of the various scenarios under study, with respect to dispersion of released fuel using fire & safety explosion index
  • Study of domino effects
  • Estimated areas affected by explosion/estimate impact distances
  • Probabilistic assessment of risks
  • Recommendations
  • Fault tree/event tree chart
  • Event analysis
  • Hazard category evaluation of hazard scenarios & evaluation of representative scenarios such as
  • Tank failure/leaks/overflow
  • Pipeline leaks
  • Pump mechanical seal leak
  • Hose failure
  • Vapour cloud explosion, if burnt
  • Analysis using Dow index (Numerical derivation) for deriving base maximum probable property damage and exposure radius of such damage.

Consequence Analysis:

  • The consequence analysis shall be carried out using various simulation models to calculate the effect of leaks/spillage of flammable materials and the affected areas by dispersion of toxic release, if any.
  • Consequences analysis shall establish the extent of flammable clouds and damage zones for thermal radiations, over pressure and explosion. The extent of toxic emission will also be judged by dispersion calculation of vapor release and affected areas will be identified.
  • Damage circles showing the consequences of all credible hazardous occurrences shall be superimposed on the plot plan to show the area affected inside and outside the plant.
  • Risk reduction measures

The final report will include the following among others:

  • Introduction
  • Executive summary
  • Study objectives
  • Scope
  • Report format study procedure
  • Guide words
  • Nodes selected
  • Drawing reference as applicable
  • Participation
  • Documents studied
  • Recommendations summary
  • Study worksheets

The reports shall cover the following topics with applicable annexure:

  • Introduction
  • Basic objective of plan
  • Plant details
  • Hazard identification
  • Risk assessment
  • Hazard diagnosis
  • Organization plan
  • On-site plan emergency plan
  • Off-site emergency plan
  • Emergencies and action plan
  • Annexures as applicable

We have conducted similar studies for the following organisations:

  • United Cement Company of Nigeria Limited (Lafarge Holcim Group), Calabar
  • Pipe Coater Nigeria Limited (Tenaris Group), Federal Ocean Terminal, Onne,
  • Exterran Nigeria Energy Services Limited (Exterran Corporation), Port Harcourt
  • Global Gas and Refining Limited (Global Energy Group), Port Harcourt
  • Ace Footwear Industries Limited, Port Harcourt
  • BOC Gas Plc, Port Harcourt
  • Nigeria Engineering Work Limited, Port Harcourt
  • Conoil Plc, Port Harcourt
  • First Aluminium Plc, Port Harcourt
  • Central Horizon Gas Company, Port Harcourt
  • Gaslink Nigeria Limited, Ikeja, Lagos

Our programs are approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria; we are also affiliated with many other organization and government agencies:

  • National Industrial Safety Council of Nigeria (NISCN)
  • Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON)
  • Department of Petroleum Resources
  • John Ambulance
  • Nigeria Red Cross Society
  • Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)
  • Federal Fire Service
  • National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA)
  • National Oil Spill Detection And Response Agency (NOSDRA)
  • Nigerian Maritime Administration And Safety Agency (NIMASA)
  • National Fire Prevention Project
  • Fire Protection Association
  • Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment
  • Federal Ministry of Health
  • Federal Ministry of Environment
  • Federal Ministry of Transport
  • Offshore Petroleum Industry Training Organization-OPITO Approval expected