5 key questions for vulnerability in process safety management

With over 25 years of experience, including the implementation of the Health and Safety Executive’s Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) and the establishment of a joint response to the Buncefield explosion of 2005, it’s hard to envision a more authoritative source on process safety than Ian Travers.

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When it comes to the best practices for process safety, Ian warns of the danger of ‘not seeing the wood for the trees’. Accurately and comprehensively providing an overview of all risks associated with a process will paint, by necessity, a complicated picture. An effective process safety system aims to clarify the complications by focusing on the elements that really matter; for this reason, Ian says that this webinar will detail the steps required firstly to clarify the broad overview of a process, before honing in on those areas with the highest vulnerability.

Ian tackles this difficult area via five key questions, all of which will be expanded upon in this review.

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