The guidance documents listed below are free to download.
Process Safety Competency
The ISC released its second guidance document on process safety competency. This document defines competency definitions across an entire organisation and was developed by the ISC member companies.
Process Safety Competency Guidance - supplementary guide - how to build and develop process safety competence
This supplement document provides an example of the tasks and activities that could be undertaken to achieve the relevant level of competence in the range of competency topics defined in ISC Process Safety Competency Guidance Edition 2.
Lead Process Safety Metrics
The ISC has released its first guidance on lead process safety metrics. This document defines a list of agreed and defined lead process safety metrics.
Lead Process Safety Metrics - supplementary guide - Pressure Relief Device (PRD) - design and operational performance requirements
This supplement document is the first in a series of guidance documents that will focus on providing more clarity on the type of failures/events to be included in your company's metrics and will also aid in the goal of capturing similar data across companies and across industries. This will allow for benchmarking and identification of good practice.
Learning Outcomes - Improve process safety education in undergraduate engineering
The ISC has released its first guidance on improving process safety education in undergraduate engineering. This document resulted from a consultation which covers industry’s expectations and highlights some information and resources that universities can use to meet them.
Process Safety for the 21st Century and Beyond
This initiative is the result of a joint collaboration between the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Safety Centre and the Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center (MKOPSC) along with experts in process safety in various working sectors around the globe. This document is the ultimate roadmap for the future of process safety. This unique initiative will provide recommendations to anyone interested in improving process safety performance in the future generation.
OHS Body of Knowledge - Process Hazards - Chemicals
The OHS Body of Knowledge is the collective knowledge that should be shared by Australian generalist OHS professionals to provide a sound basis for understanding the causation and control of work related fatality, injury, disease and ill health (FIDI). The ISC was involved with the chapter, Process Hazards - Chemicals.
OHS Body of Knowledge - Managing Process Safety
The OHS Body of Knowledge is the collective knowledge that should be shared by Australian generalist OHS professionals to provide a sound basis for understanding the causation and control of work related fatality, injury, disease and ill health (FIDI). The ISC was involved with chapter on Managing Process Safety.