Safety Management Systems: Sharing Experiences in Process Safety
Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain)
IChemE, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 45 pages
Emphasizing the fact that bad management is the cause of many accidents in the process industries, this work provides practical details of how six major European chemical manufacturers organize their safety management programmes. It is intended as a source of guidance for companies of all sizes, some of which may not have the resources to plan their own safety management from scratch.
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