(152c) Ten Years of Living Risk Based Process Safety
- Conference: AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
- Year: 2017
- Proceeding: 2017 Spring Meeting and 13th Global Congress on Process Safety
- Group: Global Congress on Process Safety
- Time: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - 9:00am-9:30am
Ten Years of Living Risk Based Process Safety
CCPS published Guidelines for Risk Based Process Safety in March 20007. We were the primary authors of this guidelines. This paper and presentation will provide a summary of experiences involving industry adoption and lessons learned over the past decade.
- Lessons from companies implementing RBPS in the US and globally, in a variety of industries
Results from survey of 80+ companies/organizations that have used RBPS
To implement a new system
To correct existing PSM system deficiencies
For continuous improvement
Most frequently adopted new elements/practices
Most under-used elements and practices
Uncertainties from companies about how/whether RBPS addresses their PSM needs
How RBPS has been used for aspects beyond process safety
How RBPS has been used in other countries
Examples of how RBPS has been used throughout the life cycle
Examples of where RBPS content has been integrated into other PSM system frameworks and regulations
Data showing how adoption of RBPS principles and practices have improved process safety performance and efficiency
Case studies from three companies
How RBPS has influenced CCPS's evolution (e.g., VISION 2020)
Areas in process safety that have advanced beyond RBPS
Ideas on how to improve RBPS framework and approach
The results of this benchmarking, survey, and capture of RBPS experience will provide a basis for future expansion of the use of RBPS globally for the next decade - and a prediction of how and when âRBPS 2.0â will be needed.
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