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Energy Institute introduces a new series of process safety management guidance


Published Jan 31, 2014
Energy Institute

Process safety management (PSM) is vital in ensuring the safe and efficient running of operations in major accident hazard organisations. There is a need for further understanding of each of the elements of PSM to help ensure and measure performance – an area the Energy Institute (EI) is addressing through a new series of publications.

Guidance on meeting expectations of EI Process safety management framework is a 20-part series of publications exploring the elements of the EI’s High level framework for process safety management.

Process safety is a blend of engineering and management skills focused on preventing catastrophic accidents and near hits, particularly, structural collapse, explosions, fires and damaging releases associated with a loss of containment of energy, or dangerous substances such as chemicals and petroleum products. PSM is of vital importance, with many organisations looking to adopt a more holistic and systematic approach to assuring the integrity of their operations.

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