126 Best Practices in Process Safety and Risk Management II

Tuesday, April 28, 2015: 1:30 PM
17AB (Austin Convention Center)
Process safety and risk management is the application of management controls of highly hazardous chemicals and process so that the risks of injuries and incidents are minimized. This session solicits papers on experiences, best practices, and/or application of these management principles. Examples may include application of inherently safer principles, improving efficiency and effectiveness of PHAs, data management for process safety, and/or real world examples of risk management practices in action. The goal of this session is to aid the practitioner in the application and implementation of process safety and risk management principles.

17th Process Plant Safety Symposium (PPSS)

Sandipan Laskar
Email: engineer2rock@gmail.com

Mervyn Carneiro
Email: carneiro_mervyn_j@lilly.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

File available
2:00 PM
(126c) Good till the Last Drop Acceptable Valve Leakage Rates
Timothy J. Wagner, Karen Study, Peter Allan, Kees Meliefste and Adam Cozat

2:30 PM
(126b) Improving Process Safety Performance
James Klein, James R. Thompson and William Bradshaw
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