Food and Consumer Products Process Hazards

43rd Loss Prevention Symposium
2009 Global Congress on Process Safety
Global Congress on Process Safety
April 28, 2009 - 9:30am
The Food and Consumer Products area has significant hazards and risks from dust and flammable liquid explosions as well as from toxic releases. Moreover, the Montreal Protocol for the removal of Ozone Depleting incudes papers on the identification, prevention, control, and management of hazards and risks in the food and consumer products industries. Relevant knowledge extracted from analysis of incident databases is included as well.

Please Note: Food and Consumer Products Process Hazards -- Spring Meeting 2009 includes the following recorded presentations:

· Introductory Remarks

· Preventing Combustible Dust Explosions in the Food and Consumer Products Industries

· From the Top Down - Hazard Identification and Risk Evaluation in Food Processing - Toxic Releases, Dust Explosions and Flammable Excursions

· Nothing to Sneeze at – Combustible Dust Hazard Process Safety

· Promoting the Safe Use of Ammonia for Industrial Refrigeration

· Process Hazards in the Distilled Spirits Industry

· Replacement of HCFC-22 Refrigerants with Ammonia: a Challenge for Hockey Arenas in Quebec

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