Global Best Practices in Safety. Contents. Why do we need Safety and Risk management? Companies benefitted from Chilworth experience. Some major disasters Hazard control, how? Global practices for Safety and Risk Management Project stages and Risk management Food for thought. Questions?.
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Global Best Practices in Safety
Why Do we need Safety?
“More than 800 valued clients world over…..”
“More than 200 valued clients in India…..”
“Many of them Fortune 500 Companies…..”
BP Texas Refinery
BP Texas Refinery – The Aftermath
Piper Alpha – After the fire
It cant happen to us!!!
Texas City Explosion – 23 March 2005
Buncefield UK Explosion – 11December 2005
COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE
PLANT EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Operating vs Design Verification
Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
All hazardous material incidents are instigated by a deviation from the desired operating state or condition.
Forewarned is Forearmed
Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION METHODS:
- Process hazard checklist
- Hazard survey: DOW index
- HAZOP hazard & operability study
- Safety review
- What can go wrong & how ?
- What are the chances ?
- Consequences ?
- Low probability
- Minimal consequences
Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
Escape, Evacuation & Rescue Analysis (EERA)
EERA comprises following two elements, with their objectives:
There are seven (7) EERA goals which will be assessed in the EERA report and these goals are listed as below:
Emergency Systems Survivability Analysis (ESSA)
Safety Management System (SMS)
Behaviour Based Safety (BBS)
BBS - Risk Perception
Behaviour Safety is based on:
Safety at various Stages
Prevention of accidents should be the goal:
Adequate Design suitable for operations:
Design Stage (continued)
Construction / Commissioning Stage
Safe Construction / commissioning and fit for operation:
Safe operation with no incidents:
Decommissioning / Abandonment Stage
Safe abandonment and disposal:
Food for thought
To protect against major accidents and consequential losses, there are generally considered to be three layers (or types) of protection:
Decreasing Reliability of Protection
Behaviours have a key role in improving Asset Integrity
Both Personal Safety and Asset Integrity Safety issues can be
addressed through BBS
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