Process Safety Progress (PSP) Publishes Special Issue: Loss Prevention Asia 2019

Process Safety Progress (PSP) has published an online only "Special Issue: International Conference and Exhibition on Loss Prevention Asia 2019" (LPA 2019), which was held on November 25-26, 2019. The issue is accessible free of charge for two months at the link below:

The Special Issue is edited by Risza Rusli and Mohamad Shakir Nasif of Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia and Ron Willey, PSP Editor-in-Chief.

The introductory editorial on the origination of LPA 2019

The Introductory Editorial by Rusli and Nasif states, "Process plant accidents caused by major accident hazards result in significant social and financial loss. Preventing or minimizing the effect of these accidents is of great interest to governments, stakeholders, as well as practicing engineers. In this respect, the Centre of Advanced Process Safety (CAPS), Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP) in collaboration with the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)-Malaysia, IChemE Safety Centre (ISC) and Centre of Risk, Integrity and Safety Engineering (C-RISE) - Canada organized the International Conference and Exhibition on Loss Prevention Asia 2019 (LPA 2019)."

The Editorial continues, “The process safety topics covered were safety culture, integrity management, risk management, environment protection, human factors, corrosion, offshore safety, emergency responses, data analytics, and fire and explosions. This special issue of Process Safety Progress contains selected papers presented at LPA 2019 with the aim of enhancing process safety compliance, practices and awareness.”

More on the Process Safety Progress publication

Process Safety Progress covers process safety for engineering professionals. It addresses such topics as incident investigations/case histories, hazardous chemicals management, hazardous leaks prevention, risk assessment, process hazards evaluation, industrial hygiene, fire and explosion analysis, preventive maintenance, vapor cloud dispersion, regulatory compliance, training, education, and other areas in process safety and loss prevention, including emerging concerns like plant and/or process security.