Good process safety management will improve plant reliability as well as safety. The paper shows how the root and contributing causes of reliability events can typically be traced to ineffective implementation of the same management system elements that are required for safe operations. The financial impact of improved reliability through the more disciplined approach to operations achieved by applying the elements of process safety management can then be readily demonstrated.
Finally, auditing is an element of every process safety management system but audit findings are often numerous and range from recommendations for improving a generally compliant work process to identifying serious non-compliances that need urgent attention. The paper describes how the results of audits can be processed to identify systemic issues and significant risks needing senior management attention.
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