Integrity Risk Analysis
Integrity is a Risk Analysis software package used primarily for analyzing and managing Risk along linear systems. One such application is to maintain compliance with Federal DOT regulations for oil and gas pipelines.
· uses the DLP to connect to multiple data sources and operate on various data structures.
· allows the user to create Risk Variables for data provided by the DLP.
· allows the user to create Risk Factors using the Equation Builder to combine Risk Variables into complex equations for analysis.
· allows the user to assign Factor Indexes to the results of the Risk Factor calculations for an indexed-based score.
· allows the user to create Calculated Indexes values by combining the index scores into complex equations.
Example Equation Builder screen
· allows the user to create and implement “what if” scenarios with cost/benefit analysis.
· computes Risk Scores based on the Risk Factors, Factor Indexes, Calculated Indexes, and “What-if” scenarios.
· uses ad hoc reporting to allow viewing of any combination of Risk Variables, Risk Factors, Factor Indexes, and Calculated Indexes. All reports can be saved, recalled and modified.
· uses ad hoc graphing to view any combination of Risk Variables, Risk Factors, Factor Indexes, and Calculated Indexes. The user may click any point on the graph and view all data at that location.
· allows the user to view any combination of Risk Variables, Risk Factors, Factor Indexes, and Calculated Indexes, maps and background imagery using a GIS display. The user may click any point on the GIS and view all data at that location.
· allows the user to calculate High Consequence Areas (HCA’s) along the pipeline by counting the number of habitable structures within a circle at any point along the pipeline. The radius of this circle may be defined by either a fixed value or an equation. The user may also trigger HCA classification by the presence of identified sites (code 3 structures) within the circle.
· Allows the user to perform Class Location determination as defined by the DOT, by counting habitable structures within a predefined buffer zone around the pipeline. Class Location can also be triggered by other factors, including the presence of identified structures or areas.