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Application of Hazop and What-If Safety Reviews to the Petroleum, Petrochemical and Chemical Industries

by Dennis P. Nolan

  • ISBN: 9780815513537
  • ISBN10: 0815513534

Application of Hazop and What-If Safety Reviews to the Petroleum, Petrochemical and Chemical Industries

by Dennis P. Nolan

  • List Price: $105.00
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: William Andrew Pub
  • Publish date: 05/01/1994
  • ISBN: 9780815513537
  • ISBN10: 0815513534
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Description: This publication is intended to provide guidance to HAZOP (Hazard and Operability) and What-If review teams associated with the petroleum, petrochemical and chemical industries. It describes the nature, responsibilities, methods and documentation required in the performance of such reviews. This ensures the reviews are conducted in a timely, effective and professional manner as may be prescribed by a company's Process Safety Management (PSM) Policy. This book can be used as a practical reference to prepare the safety review requirements for these industries and their process safety management systems. HAZOP and What-If reviews are basically a communication exercise. Information is presented, discussed, analyzed and recorded. Specifically the safety aspects are identified, to determine if adequate design measures have been taken to prevent major accidents. The safety of petroleum and chemical facilities is an important part of a company's operations. Recent worldwide petrochemical safety regulations,and a company's own process safety management policies would require that a process hazard analysis (PHA) review of its existing and proposed petroleum operations be accomplished. The limits of hazardous substances cited by both the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations dictate the applications of process safety management elements at almost all of a company's facilities. These reviews are intended to reduce the probability and/or consequences of a major incident that would have a detrimental impact to the employees, the public's well being, onsite or offsite properties, the environment, and mostimportant to a company itself, its continued business operation and survival. Process hazard analysis reviews are not intended to identify the minor "slips, trips, or falls"; these are the responsibility of the company's general sa
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