How do we make safety in our processes second nature? The concept of inherent safety goes beyond simply not having materials that potentially could damage the pipes, vessels and equipment that make up manufacturing facilities. We need to understand all the ways those materials can be involved in incidents that harm people, the environment and our facilities. Without a thorough understanding of those scenarios and how they can occur, we can’t properly evaluate the risks posed by different technological approaches and effectively apply inherently safer technologies.

Chemical Processing’s Process Safety eHandbook: Put the Spotlight on Process Safety

In this Chemical Processing Process Safety eHandbook, we delve in to what it means to embrace the concept of inherent safety and provide tips for safer processing including:

  • A variety of strategies that can eliminate hazards from operations
  • Improving alarm management – how adopting a pragmatic approach can achieve significant benefits
  • A rational approach to combustible dust explosion protection

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