" 2004 1984 , " The Legacy of Bhopal: The Impact Over the Last 20 Years and Future Direction . " ". . "
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, . The Legacy of Bhopal: The Impact Over Last 20 Years and Future Direction M. Sam Mannan Harry H West, Nir Keren M.K.O ( Texas A&M University ) Conclusions Bhopal Gas Tragedy was the worst industrial accident ever Caused thousands of fatalities and many more life long injuries with multigenerational mutations
Affected terribly process industry Contd image Government, judiciary, industry, public, media learned lessons from Bhopal All proactive New legislation, research, risk analysis, safety systems, ISD, PI, Responsible Care, etc
Contd Casualties decreased somewhat Public image unchanged More actions needed, and fast, to win public trust
AS/NZS 4804:2001 OHSMS DuPont CCPS Canadian PSM )Based on CCPS( OSHA CIMAH Reg. 1984 UK Offshore Safety Case 1992 Seveso Directorate Lord Cullen
ILO-OSH 2001 OHSAS 18001 )18001( " API 750 Responsible Care AS/NZS 4801:2001 OHSMS AS/NZS 4360:2004 EPSC SHE MAN.SYS. SS 506 OSH )Sing.( Poland PN-EN 18001 BP SMS Exxon Mobile OIMS
Lord Cullen I consider that operators should be required to set out formally the safety management system which they have instituted for their companies and to demonstrate that it is adequate for the purpose of ensuring that the design and operation of their installation and equipment are safe. The present regulations will be replaced with goalsetting regulations. Many existing regulations are unduly restrictive )impose solutions rather than objectives(. ISO 18001 A formal management system based on a documenting, bureaucratic tradition. There are strong financial interests from many stakeholders in the business of consulting for design of systems and for
certifying of systems. Therefore it might be that these systems are not necessarily designed primarily for the best benefit for the organizations applying them, but also for these other stakeholders. It is therefore time to play down the issue of management systems in the more formal sense and raise it in its role as a means of achieving excellence in the disciplines of S, H and E. Keith Cassidy : OSHAS18001 is about State of the art still. Dr. Hans Pasman Safety Management Systems : The Crown Piece of Loss Prevention. SMS should be Goal Setting and Non Prescriptive Dinesh Govind Sr. Loss Prev. Engineer QATAR 29.3.05 1. Suggest that company should have its own SMS, developed using various international guidelines.
) If there is meeting at your end, I would present a possible SMS structure for your organization. ( (1991 ). - 250( 1994)
()National Program Near Miss g : ? . MKO Safety Management after Piper Alpha Brian Appleton Perhaps the most important lesson of all that can be drawn is that the sum and quality of our individual contributions to the Management of Safety determines whether the colleagues we work with will Live or Die. In Piper Alpha they died. LPG Disaster Feyzin, FRANCE 1966
BLEVE BOILING LIQUID EXPANDING VAPOUR EXPLOSION Mexico City Conclusions 1. Firefighters should make no attack if no persons or property are at risk. 2. Violent explosions can occur at any moment. There is no safe period. 3. A BLEVE can be expected at any time. TREVOR KLETZ 13.01.1992
There is no doubt that mounding is the safest form of storage as it eliminates the possibility of a BLEVE. It is not used as often as other forms of protection as the cost is believed to be higher though this may not be true if the costs of a reliable water cooling system and effective insulation are taken into account. " 1984 " 1986 " ( 1700 ")
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5.9.95 " . Process Safety Management Du Pont Process Safety Management : A comprehensive , integrated set of management systems designed to help manage chemical risk and other types of process hazards with the primary goal of preventing process-related incidents and injuries. Years of PSM at DuPont 200 J. A. Klein , DuPont CCPS Atlanta 12.4.05 1803 E.I.DuPont We must seek to
understand the hazards we live with Management directives for a goal of zero injuries dates from 1915. 1966 Process hazard review program company wide. 1979 formalized PSM including 14 elements.
24.07.1994 Recommendations : Safety Management Systems include means of storing, retrieving and reviewing incident information from the history of similar plants. SMS should have a component that monitors their own effectiveness. The development of a training simulator capable of realistically reproducing the FCCU working conditions, in both normal and upset situations.
J.BRESLAND Chemical Safety Board Volatile Liquid Distilling Device May Be Cause of Refinery Blast The Algona Mon Mar 28 11:07:27 UTC+0200 2005 Volatile Liquid Distilling Device May Be Cause of Refinery BlastHouston Chronicle March 27, 2005 Mar. Blast rattles drywall plant The Brunswick News Mon Mar 28 20:40:33 UTC+0200 2005 By MELISSA DONLEY The Brunswick News An explosion at an industrial plant sent emergency crews from city and county fire departments rushing to Brunswick's south end Sunday evening. Oil refinery blast kills 14 CNN Thu Mar 24 06:39:03 UTC+0200 2005 TEXAS CITY, Texas (CNN) -- At least 14 people died and more than 70 others were injured in an explosion that ripped through a BP oil refinery in southeastern Texas on Wednesday, a company spokesman said.
Explosion closes Gore plant in Md Delaware Online Tue Mar 29 10:16:57 UTC+0200 2005 By ANGIE BASIOUNY and MURALI BALAJI / The News Journal 03/29/2005 An explosion Monday ripped through the W.L. Gore & Associates plant near Fair Hill, Md., causing heavy structural damage and forcing the evacuation of more than 150 company employees. 4 Die In Massive Explosion At Texas City Refinery MSNBC Local Thu Mar 24 02:41:45 UTC+0200 2005 TEXAS CITYTexas - A massive explosion and fire erupted at a Texas City refinery Wednesday afternoon, resulting in at least four deaths and dozens of injuries. 26.05.1999 " : , , .
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CCPS Sponsors Receive 20% Off List Price Hazard Analysis, Risk Analysis, and Reliability PROCESS SAFETY TECHNOLOGY This fundamental work keeps process engineers up-to-date on the effective methodology, with almost 200 pages of worked examples depicting the techniques in actual applications. References for further reading, along with charts and diagrams that reflect the latest views and information, make this a fully integrated work. Highly recommended reading for anyone concerned with safety of
chemical processes and related industries. THE COST ENGINEER BESTSELLERS Guidelines for Analyzing & Managing the Security Vulnerabilities of Fixed Chemical Sites September 11, 2001 taught the chemical process industry that there is another potential cause of catastrophic chemical accidents terrorism. Recognizing this new challenge, CCPS devel- oped a method to analyze chemical security risks to help companies reduce their vulnerabilities or supply added protection for them. This volume describes a systematic process for identifying, analyzing, and managing a companys security vulnerabilities, including: CCPS Security Vulnerability Analysis Criteria, The CCPS SVA methodology, Integration of chemical facility security and SVA activities with EH&S programs, and
Overview of CCPS Security Survey Vulnerability Analysis Process and Workbook. Inherently Safer Chemical Processes: A Life Cycle Approach Inherently safer chemical processes have recently received a great deal of attention as a poten- tial route to eliminate the possibility of chemical accidents. Put simply, in the words of Trevor Kletz, what you dont have, you cant leak. However, implementation of inherently safer processes can pose numerous challenges. This definitive reference, written by some of the worlds expert practitioners of inherently safer design, describes a life cycle approach to apply inherently safer thinking during all stages of process design and operations. PROCESS SAFETY Hazard Analysis, Risk Analysis, and Reliability TECHNOLOGY
Guidelines for Chemical Process Quantitative Risk Analysis, Second Edition Includes CD-ROM for Windows 95, 98, NT, and 2000 with sample problems worked using Excel and Quattro Pro. CPQRA is used to identify incident scenarios and evaluate their risk by defining the probability of failure, the various consequences and the potential impact of those consequences. This tech- nique provides a means for evaluating acute hazards and alternative risk reduction strategies, and identifying areas for costeffective risk reduction. This popular bookthe only of its kind availablereflects the latest advances in this evolving methodology, as well as worked examples on an accompanying diskette. Contents include:
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http: //www.aiche.org/ccps/safetybeacon.htm An AnAIChE AIChEIndustry Industry Technology TechnologyAlliance Alliance Storage Area Completely Destroyed Supporters Messages for Manufacturing Personnel May 2005 Heres What Happened A major fire destroyed this motor oil and automotive fluids blending,
storage and packaging facility one evening after all regular employees had left. Because the facility was not designed to contain runoff and had no on-site fire fighting capabilities, such as a sprinkler system or fire hydrants, the civic authorities had no option but to let it burn. The nearest source of fire fighting water was more than a mile away. This accident investigated by and picture provided by the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. Visit their site at http://www.csb.gov PSID Members see: Free SearchTank fire Sponsored by CCPS The facility was totally destroyed. One business nearby was also destroyed and many homes were damaged. Approximately 900,000 gallons/3.4 megaliters of liquid waste and 2,500 cubic yards/1,900 cubic
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The Business Case For PROCESS SAFETY The business case for process safety We have seen process safety benefit our business in ways we had not anticipated. We need to share this message with others. Arnold Allemang Vice President - Operations The Dow Chemical Company WHAT SEPARATES THE TOP-TIER COMPANIES IN OUR INDUSTRY FROM THE REST?
One essential characteristic each displays is that they have adopted a rigorous philosophy regarding process safety. This summary of a recent industry-wide study identifies four ways that your business will benefit from implementing a robust process safety program. Process safety is an essential part of achieving manufacturing excellence and increasing. My colleagues and I on the CCPS advisory board initiated this project when we sensed a need for a convincing business case that supports a vigorous approach to process safety. The four benefits identified in the project's resulting study are very broad in scope. Their effects reach far beyond the realm of financial considerations. The combined benefits promote global manufacturing's long-term growth and success in several ways. Process safety is a fundamental tenet of every successful chemical processing
company's operating philosophy. I have seen it benefit our business in ways we had not anticipated. We need to share this message with others especially smaller chemical manufacturers and the companies that use and distribute our industry's products. Arnold Allemang Vice President - Operations The Dow Chemical Company What process SAFETY CAN DO FOR YOU Aside from being the obviously right thing to do from safety and environmental stewardship perspectives, unrelenting commitment to a strong process safety management system is fundamental to a sustainable business model. Undesirable incidents of any sort detract from the value of a business, but a process safety incident has a negative impact on all stakeholders... customers, shareholders, employees,
and the communities in which a plant operates. The bottom line is that outstanding process safety performance is a pathway to both financial success and your license to operate James B. Porter Vice President of Engineering and Operations DuPont Fatality/Catastrophe PSM Inspections FAT/CAT Incidents Trending Down!! PSM Appears to be Working 29 30 25
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