To operate an easily accessible secure database for sharing incident information among members with a focus on the lessons learned from the incident. The PSID "Committee" is comprised of representatives from only paying member companies. Only manufacturing companies are eligible to join. A separate membership and set of obligations from regular CCPS membership is required because of the confidentiality of the data. Membership pricing is very reasonable and includes access for every employee of the company joining if approved by that company’s PSID Administrator.
CCPS Project Subcommittees
Provide timely and informative process safety messages directly to manufacturing personnel to improve process safety awareness.
To develop and operate a pilot database of operating company reliability data to aid in process safety and maintenance evaluations. Once pilot database is proven, expand to a full database of maintenance and reliability data for equipment in the Chemical Processing Industry and Hydrocarbon Processing Industry.
Formal, systematic benchmarking program to allow participants to know the relative standing of their process safety programs. Additional fee is required.
Create a library of short (1 to 4 slide) PowerPoint files. This will allow for easy sharing and presentation. Other media such as video clips (embedded in PowerPoint presentations) or podcasts would be considered. Another potential idea is to have TSC members record the moments to provide a personalized, reality feel. The material topic and/or intended audience would influence the media selection: i.e. PowerPoint (printouts) for a toolbox meeting v. podcasts for a business leader focused Process Safety Moment.
Proposal: Process safety is emerging as a focus and competency in the Brazil. Industrial growth in this area has increased the need and desire to share information and lessons learned from companies and industries that have been involved from catastrophic incidents. Translation of CCPS Books into Mandarin will increase access to valuable information. Benefits: expand CCPS’ global presence and share process safety information.
SAChE is a standing CCPS subcommittee responsible for: Evaluating requests for CCPS to participate in other organizations’ events or projects, identifying how CCPS would participate, and recruiting volunteers or identifying staff to support these activities.
Preparing a second edition of the Guideline for Writing Effective Operating and Maintenance Procedures. Update knowledge and regulatory requirements over the past decade.
Proposal: Deal with the subject of catasctrophic natural disasters and their potential impact on chemical and petrochemical process particularly with regard to common mode failures and supply chains. Address issues related to and the importance of planning. Including impact to infrasctructures. Benefits: Natural disasters can cause a wide spread damage and affect operations at a site in addition to internal and external infrasctructure damage. Impacts can easily extend to a company's own supply chain. Understanfing how these occurrences can affect operations allows the site and compnay to...
As the global economy revives, there will be a number of stressors on hte EHS and in particular PSM systems. HCnages in operations and personnel have occurered to address the economic conditions. The premise is to develop two (2) shoer publicaitons to raise awareness of this issue and provide guidance on how to assess the present condition of the PSM systems and develop a plan for revitalize the PSM systems as the recovery occurs; not after an event. Team Composition: Populate with appropiate personnel with expertise in project management, economic recovery and process safety management...