Identifying and using relevant process safety metrics over the life of a process is one of four elements in the RBPS pillar of learning from experience. Read more about what is it?, why is it important?, where/when is it done?, who does it?, what is the anticipated work product? and how is it done?. Explore CCPS's common set of company and industry leading and lagging process safety metrics and use the Process Safety Metrics Online Reporting Application which allows companies to benchmark their performance. For more information on process safety performance indicators, including a comprehensive list of metrics for measuring performance and examples as to how they can be successfully applied over both the short and long term, read Guidelines for Process Safety Metrics.
Routinely reviewing the organization's process safety systems to spur continuous improvement is one of four elements in the RBPS pillar of learning from experience. This chapter describes the meaning of management review, the attributes of a good management review system, and the steps an organization might take to implement management reviews, for more information check out Introduction to Management Review and Continuous Improvement
More information can be found on this topic in CCPS' Guidelines regarding learning from experience.
Developing, sustaining, and enhancing the organization's incident investigation competency is one of four elements in the RBPS pillar of learning from experience. The characteristics of an effective incident program and how organizations might begin to enhance their own incident investigation process, can be found in this Introduction to Incident Investigation.
More information regarding incident investigation, check out CCPS' Guidelines on learning from experience.
Critical evaluation of the RBPS management system is one of four elements in the RBPS pillar of learning from experience. Formal methods for performng periodic RBPS management system audits, which should reduce risk, by proactively identifying and correcting weaknesses in management system design and implementation and more information can be found in Introduction to Auditing.
For more in-depth information on auditing, consult these CCPS Guidelines regarding learning from experience.