Technical workshop proceedings: Initial report - Framework for high-level process safety management

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  • Published: March 2010
  • REF/ISBN: 9780852935538
  • Edition: 1st
  • Status: Current

Provides a non-verbatim summary of the presentations and discussions from a technical workshop held on Wednesday 15 July 2009. This workshop was commissioned by the Energy Institute's Process Safety Committee. One of their aims is to promote the benefits of a common high-level framework for process safety management (PSM) across the energy industry sectors.

The workshop was initially set up to explore what a high-level framework for PSM in the UK (and EU) should look like; to explore the scope of a PSM framework and to start to develop the PSM framework at various levels of detail. A draft 'straw-man' PSM framework was used as a basis for the workshop sessions.

It has been proposed that the work started in this workshop will continue until the development of the PSM framework has been completed.

This publication may be of interest to process safety specialists and those considering implementing a PSM framework.

This publication has been largely usurped by High level framework for process safety management (1st edition, 2010, ISBN 978 0 85293 584 2)

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