Effect of Electrolyte Type and Concentration on Flocculation Behaviour of Clay-Anionic Polyelectrolyte Dispersions
AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety
Since then, there has been several other metrics systems based upon the original CCPS work that continues to evolve and adapt to new interpretations, clarification of intent, and most importantly, learnings from process safety incidents. Whereas this process is continuous, guidelines take considerable time to complete the review and revision process and once completed, initiate subsequent revision and harmonization of other guidelines to maintain consistency within global industries.
To provide a source of current information and updates to the various metrics activities as well as a place for ongoing research, publications, and new techniques; the CCPS has started an evergreen webpage for process safety metrics. This paper will describe what is included in this evergreen project and its key attributes, specifically, the current status of consensus metrics, leading metrics, and a new CCPS survey.