Guidelines for implementing process safety management systems
Center for Chemical Process Safety of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1994 - Science - 219 pages
The causes of catastrophic accidents in the process industries, now recognized as complex and interrelated, need to be matched by multi-faceted technical management systems. These principles apply to companies of any size and to a full range of industries beyond the chemical industry, such as pulp and paper, electronics, oil and gas. This book supplements the systematic approach to process safety management set out in previous CCPS publications -- A CHALLENGE TO COMMITMENT, GUIDELINES FOR TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY, and PLANT GUIDELINES FOR TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY.
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1 AIChE CCPS Process Safety Management Elements
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achieve activities addition apply approach assure audit brainstorming breakdown structure buy-in CCPS commitment communications company's PSM companywide consider corporate define detailed develop discussion division division's documentation effective effort employees established evaluating example expect facility managers feedback Figure formal guidelines hazard analysis Hint identify implementing PSM industry involved keep in mind Management of Change MCP's meeting ment mission statement model programs monitoring operations organization OSHA overall participation personnel plant priorities procedures process flow diagrams process hazard process safety management PSM assessment PSM champion PSM elements PSM goals PSM implementation PSM initiative PSM installation PSM program PSM team reports resource requirements responsibilities risk management role safety director safety engineering safety management systems safety performance Sample schedule selected senior management skills staff structure summary system design team members team's tion Total Quality Management