As each new test is created, Blueprint mitigates risk in a number of ways including a.) by ensuring that user-specified required tests are performed, b.) by notifying the user immediately when isolated cavities or open flow paths are present in a test and c.) by reporting planned test pressures that exceed component pressure ratings. Blueprint is used for planning tests days or weeks in advance of the start of testing as well also for editing test plans by users in-the-field who need to reflect configuration changes of a test plan that occur routinely during real-world testing (e.g., the movement of the Kelly Hose from Test 3 to Test 7).
Blueprint is used to plan the tests performed by GreenLight which was approved for use as the system-of-record for BOP tests by the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) in 2015 and again in 2017. Blueprint has been used at various locations worldwide.