Feb 27, 2019
(Dallas, TX) - BREEZE®, the market-leading provider of EHS software used by environmental professionals worldwide, announces the release of BREEZE Incident Analyst Version 3.0 which enhances a user's ability to compute worst-case and typical meteorological conditions for accidental release studies required by U.S. EPA's Section 112(r) Risk Management Program (RMP). This development will be valuable to the thousands of industrial facilities that must conduct accidental release modeling under EPA's RMP requirements, particularly in 2019 when many facilities must update their Offsite Consequence Analysis modeling as part of their Risk Management Plan update.
Read the BREEZE Incident Analyst 3.0 release notes for a detailed list of the new features and bug fixes.
If you are a current BREEZE Incident Analyst user, please note that you will need to uninstall your current version and re-install the most recent version from your My BREEZE account. Please also download the latest version of BREEZE 3D Analyst to ensure compatibility between the software.
This version will be available at no additional cost to all users with up-to-date maintenance. If your maintenance has expired please contact the BREEZE Team to upgrade your software to the latest version.
In the early 1980s, Trinity Consultants pioneered the development of advanced air dispersion modeling software designed to help environmental professionals perform air quality studies. Today, over 4,000 environmental professionals in more than 90 countries use BREEZE software to assess the impacts of air emissions, fires, and explosion. Our commitment to continuous product improvement and expert technical support remains vital to making BREEZE the market-leading modeling software. In addition to developing and providing sophisticated modeling software programs for a variety of applications, BREEZE also offers quality-assured model-ready meteorological and terrain data, professional training, high-speed modeling solutions, and specialized consulting services.