The effective management of process safety requires tangibly different approaches as compared with personal safety.
Some examples are:
- The necessity to have a clear “mental model” of how process safety incidents occur.
- By contrast with personal safety, process safety incidents are typically more complex in causation.
- Process safety incidents may affect safety, health, environment and loss production or any combination of these.
- Equally, a process safety event may not have any significant impact (or consequence) but still be important as a potential precursor to a serious loss event and hence needs to be recognized as such.
Peter Wilkinson, Noetic
The detailed analyses of Process Safety incidents by Professors Andrew Hopkins (Macondo, BP Texas City, Longford) are integral to the DVD based training workshops developed in conjunction with FutureMedia.
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