What Should be Keeping You Up at Night but Isn’t: Things Everyone Should Know about Process Safety
AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
George R. Brown Convention Center
Tuesday, March 14, 2023 - 8:00am to 9:30am
What Should be Keeping You Up at Night but Isn’t: Things Everyone Should Know about Process Safety – focused broadly on process hazard recognition and lessons learned from careers in Process Safety Process hazards can go unrecognized or underappreciated for a variety of reasons. Ignorance of the hazard is a convenient excuse after an incident. This session is intended to be a preemptive strike against this ignorance. Unlike the Day PSM Hit Home, the talks in this session need not be motivated by an incident. Rather, talks should focus on the incident that hasn’t occurred, and how to recognize it. Example topic areas include: investigation and sharing of lessons learned from near misses, hazard identification, operational discipline, human reliability, process safety culture, and what lies behind the “mass of safety metrics”. Presentations of client/consultant shared case studies which could provide learning outcomes other companies could follow are encouraged to submit here.
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