A volunteer at a vintage railroad tourist attraction describes how he prepares a steam locomotive for operation by building up the fire to warm the firebox and increasing the boiler pressure. He explains that he knows that the locomotive is ready for operation with proper steam boiler pressure when the safety relief valve on the boiler opens!
This story from a television interview sounds a lot like a process industry incident that Trevor Kletz, a process safety pioneer, often told.
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