Lessons Learned from Recent Process Safety Incidents

March
,
2015

These five incidents demonstrate how seemingly small mistakes or temporary lapses in judgment can result in disaster.

 

Author Bios: 

Albert Ness

Albert Ness joined CCPS in 2013 as a Process Safety Writer. Prior to that, Albert had 39 years of experience with Rohm and Haas, GE Plastics, The Dow Chemical Company and ABS Consulting as a research and development engineer in plastics, agricultural chemicals and Ion Exchange Resins and then, starting in 1989, as a process safety specialist. He was the Secretary/Treasurer and then a Director of the Safety and Health Division of the AIChE for 13 years, and a member of the NFPA 654 technical committee for combustible dusts for eight years as a representative from Rohm and Haas and then Dow...Read more

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