Risk Visualizer

The Risk Visualizer™ Web Application is a server-based tool developed by JENSEN HUGHES to disseminate risk information and insights across client organizations. This technology allows even non-Probabilistic Risk Assessment (NPRA) practitioners to understand Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) results applicable to their role in the organization.

Risk Visualizer™ provides access to the information typically contained in the traditional PRA results poster, and much more, on a real-time basis, on any web-connected device. The information for all evaluated hazards (e.g., internal events, fire, seismic, etc.) can be dynamically accessed at any time, including:

  • Plant Risk Profiles
  • Seismic Hazard Curves and Fragilities
  • Key Operator Actions
  • Risk Significant Component and Systems
  • First Cut Significance Determination Process (SDP) Evaluations

The state-of-the-art technology employed in Risk Visualizer makes risk information available in a mobile, interactive mode typically seen in iPhone® or Android™ apps, but is equally accessible from a traditional PC desktop, bringing PRA to the entire organization.

Risk Visualizer™ UI Screenshots

Risk Visualizer Options

Risk Visualizer Options

Risk Visualizer drilldown

Risk Visualizer Drilldown of Risk Contributors

Risk Visualizer Drilldown of Risk Contributors

Risk Visualizer Drilldown of Risk Contributors (2)

Risk Visualizer System Risk Status

Risk Visualizer System Risk Status

Risk Visualizer Operator Actions

Risk Visualizer Operator Actions

Risk Visualizer Operator Actions

Risk Visualizer Operator Actions – Data View with Icon

Risk Visualizer Operator Actions

Risk Visualizer Operator Actions - Timing Analysis

Risk Visualizer Seismic Hazards

Risk Visualizer Seismic Hazards

Risk Visualizer SPD Module

Risk Visualizer SPD Module

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