This PSE module enables efficient management of your entire reporting and investigation process. Users can ensure timely resolutions with action tracking. Centralized data storage enhances incident analysis and prevention.
This module manages your entire incident reporting and investigation process online from the initial reporting of the incident to closure. Relevant data is stored in a unique library created for each incident. Recommendations can be entered and tracked within Process Safety Enterprise®.
As each task is completed, the appropriate individuals are notified by email to ensure that the workflow proceeds in a timely manner. The workflow can be implemented at multiple locations simultaneously using the organization chart for each facility. At the corporate level, company-wide incidents can be managed and analyzed for all locations worldwide.
A polystyrene production facility wanted a complete audit of all pressure relief valve files and documents to determine any process safety information gaps. Requirements included analyzing a third-party contractor’s evaluation of specific vessels that did not have a relief device installed on them, and a pressure relief and flare system design evaluation on the relief devices at the facility. Process Safety Enterprise® managed, tracked, and securely shared in one platform all data in the detailed baseline revalidation study.
Significant critical information is often lost following an accident/ incident due to poor data and information gathering procedures. As a result, should litigation occur, information that could be useful in determining the cause of the incident and later in building a defense is not collected. This paper will try to overcome these possible problems and suggests some of the information and data that should be collected and saved following an incident.
Does your Process Safety Management (PSM) program have flaws and gaps? Could you or your company use tools to achieve risk reduction and improving safety? This complimentary 60-minute webinar will focus on improving overall PSM effectiveness.
Explores the implementation of an AIM system to meet regulatory requirements, addressing CCPS risk-based safety, and more.
Learn about safety risks associated with the location of occupied buildings within a plant and how to reduce those risks.
Learn the fundamentals to recognize and assess various hazards and the risks they pose inside chemical or refinery facilities.