Safe Work Practices
The RBPS element that helps control hazards associated with maintenance and other nonroutine work is one of nine elements in the RBPS pillar of managing risk. Introduction to Safe Work Practices and Control of Hazardous Energy By Lock-out and Tag-out, provide information on various safe work practices. The importance of communcation between production and maintenance employees ensures positive prevention of all hazardous energy sources causing harm to others.
See all publications regarding safe work practice in these CCPS' Guidelines for Managing Risk.
This presentation outlines several commonly used process safety review techniques used to answer these questions.
This webinar features a live question and answer session with Dr. J. Reed Welker, one of the world’s most respected experts in fire and fire control.
Performing hazard analyses are critical to safe operation in any chemically based operation or experiment. Often, engineers are approached with proposals for chemicals that have not been used in a company or research group previously.