Hazards 27
IChemE's leading process safety conference

Posters

The following poster presentations will be available to view throughout the conference:

A New Semi-Automated HAZID Method for More Comprehensive Identification of Hazardous Scenarios, Sunhwa Park, Amol Jayant Bansod, Hans J. Pasman, Yan-Ru Lin & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA

Applying Dynamic Process Simulations Toward Flaring Reduction, Christopher Ng & Faraz Bakht Khan, Siemens Energy, USA

Assessing Safety Culture: Recent Developments and Lessons Learnt, Michael Wright, Rebecca Canham & Shona Watson, Greenstreet Berman, UK

Benefits of Detailed CFD Ventilation Analysis During Early Design Phases, Josué Quilliou, GexCon, Norway

Comprehensive Review of Hazards Related to Lithium-Ion Batteries Technology, Harold U. Escobar-Hernandez, Guanlan Liu & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA; Maria I. Papadaki, University of Patras, Greece

Effective Barrier Management, John Martin, ABB Consulting, UK

Enhancing Safety and Risk Management, from Conception to Delivery – Integrating Lessons and Good Practices From Relevant Cases to Maximise the Performance of HAZOP (and Similar) Studies, Fillipe Dobbin Caruso, Bureau Veritas, UK

Facility Layout Optimization of LNG-FSRU System, Chenxi Ji, Monir Ahammad & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA

Fire Consequence Modelling – A Comparison of the Results from PHAST and KFX, Sharad Gupta & Woody Wong, Integrated Risk Environmental and Safety Consultants (IRESC), Hong Kong

Human Error: a Cause or Just a Symptom?, Tim Southam, Monaco Engineering Solutions, UK

Incorporating Human Factors Engineering Methods in the System Life Cycle of Offshore Oil and Gas Industries, Changwon Son, Syeda Zohra Halim, Yogesh Koirala & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA

Integrated Process Systems Hazard Analysis (IPSHA): A Resilience-Based Approach, Prerna Jain, William J. Rogers, Hans J. Pasman & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA

Is There Value in a ‘One Size Fits All’ Approach to Risk Matrices?, Carolyn Nicholls & Jennifer Carroll, RAS Ltd, UK

Leadership and Management for Safety – Assessing Your Strengths, Jonathan Berman & Shona Watson, Greenstreet Berman, UK

Learning from Incidents – Linking Incident Analysis with BowTie Based Risk Assessments, Paul McCulloch, CGE Risk Management Solutions, The Netherlands

Maintenance Program of Blowout Preventer Under High-Temperature High-Pressure Conditions, Nilesh Ade, Denis Su-Feher, Guanlan Liu & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA

Modelling Flammable Chemical Major Hazards Using the DRIFT 3 Dispersion Model, Zoe Chaplin, Helen Cruse & Harvey Tucker, Health & Safety Executive, UK; Graham Tickle, ESR Technology, UK

New International Failure Frequency Analysis (FFA) Database for Gas Transmission Pipelines, M Acton & Z.E Wattis,DNV GL, UK

Operational Implementation of the Bow Tie: Managing Business Optimisation Through Improved Safety and Risk Control, David Evans, Corpress, UK; Edi Gittenberger, Rider International, The Netherlands; Alan McDonald, Netherlee Consulting, UK

Quantifying Ease of Control for Inherently Safer Process Design and Optimization, Denis Su-Feher, Yogesh Koirala, Efstratios Pistikopoulos, & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA

Relevance of PERSEE for the Calculation of the Consequences of an Accidental Release of a Mix of Natural Gas and Hydrogen, Arnaud Foissac, Vincent Blanchetière, Gael Blanchetière & Nicolas Herchin, ENGIE Lab CRIGEN, France

Safety Barrier Management and Risk Assessment: Integration for Safer Operations in the Oil & Gas Industry, Marta Bucelli & Valerio Cozzani, University of Bologna, Italy; Nicola Paltrinieri, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway; Gabriele Landucci, University of Pisa, Italy

Standardisation of BowTie Methodology and Terminology via a CCPS/EI Book, Mark Manton, ABS Group, UK; Martin Johnson, BP, UK; Robin Pitblado, DNV GL, USA; Charles Cowley, CCPS, UK; Tim McGrath, Genentech, USA; Ron McLeod, Consultant, UK; Rob Miles, Hu-Tech RMS, UK; Kiran Krishna, Shell, USA

Systematic Approach to Improve Learning from Incidents,Juliana Guarguati Ariza, Noor Quddus, & M. Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, USA

UK Nuclear Safety Cases: Towards a Unified Approach, Chris Brookes-Mann, Seaborn Monk, UK

Updated Leak Frequency Modelling Based on the UK Hydrocarbon Release Database, Brian Bain, DNV GL, UK

What Is Possible Today In Creating a Process Safety Management Strategy That We Are Fully Committed To and How Will We Each Contribute?, Steve Lewis, CSA Group, UK

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