Safety and Loss Prevention

Hazards 17

25-27 March 2003 

(Published as IChemE Symposium series no. 149).

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1. Major Accident Prevention Policy in the European Union: The Major Accident Hazards Bureau (MAHB) and the Seveso II Directive

Stuart Duffield

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2. Gauging Societal Concerns

David Mansfield

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3. Chemical Engineering - An Inherent SH&E Imperative

David W. Edwards

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4. When Process Safety Management Fails - The Risks to Corporate Executives

Michael Dore

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5. Lessons Learned About Preparing COMAH Safety Reports

Trevor Britton

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6. COMAH Compliane for a Fine Chemicals & Explosives Facility Location within a SSSI

A. Ennis and R. M. Thomas

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7. Safety Report: Maintaining Standard and Reviewing

Sa’ari Mustapha and Izani Mohd Zain

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8. The Ongoing Challenge of Demonstrating ALARP in COMAH Safety Reports

Graeme Ellis

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9. Directors' and Engineers' Responsibilities for Safety - A Cautionary Tale

Brian R. Harris

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11. Assessing and Reducing Flood Risks on Major Hazards Sites

Aidan Whitfield

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12. Use of Real-Time Measurements for Estimating Release Rate

Shahryar Khajeh Najafi and Ernie Gilbert

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13. Using Behaviour-Based Methods to Improve Organisational Effectiveness

Gordon Sellers and Chris Marsh

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14. The Management of Organisational Change

Trevor A. Kletz

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15. The Hazard of Management

R. Ward

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16. Safety Improvement Through Learning from Incidents

Nicholas J. L. Gardener

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17. Novel Process Design Methods to Access Safer Processing Options

Paul Sharratt, Kevin Wall and John Borland

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18. A Modification to the Kg Method for Estimating Gas and Vapour Explosion Venting Requirements

G. A. Lunn and D. K. Pritchard

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19. The Regulation of Inherent Safety

David A. Moore

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20. Application of Inherent Safety Challenge to an Offshore Platform Design for a New Gas Field Development - Approaches and Experiences

Stuart Chia, Kieran Walshe, Ed Corpuz

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21. A Case History - Whose Responsibility?

G. R. Astbury

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22. Design and Protection of Pressure Systems to Withstand Severe Fires

T. A. Roberts, I. Buckland, L. C. Shirvill, B. J. Lowesmith and P. Salater

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23. Fire and Explosion Hazards of Meat & Bone Meal: Storage, Transport and Processing

Steven J. Manchester

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24. Lessons Learnt from Fitting an Inert Gas Blanketing Facility to an Existing Storage Silo

A. Woowat, P. Atherton, I. Kempsell and S. Windebank

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25. Fire Risks from Packaged Flammable Dusts - HSE Fire Investigation and Test Work at HSL

M. Iqbal Essa

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26. Bund Design to Prevent Overtopping

Glenn Pettitt and Peter Waite

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27. The Realities of Implementing an HSE Management System in a Joint Organisation of Mixed Cultures and Languages

Ayoub Hadj-Kouider and Paul Barrett

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28. How Distribution in Human Problem Solving Imperils Systems

J. S. Busby, E. Hughes, E. Terry, J. V. Sharp, J. E. Strutt and M. Lemon

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29. Assessing Human Involvement in Chemical Manufacturing: A Human Factors Toolkit

Helen Jones, Steve Shorrock, Peter Bull and Debby Hallett

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30. Human Factors and COMAH - The Challenge of Existing Plant

Sara Marsden, Mark Bendig, Jonathan Berman, Ken Patterson and Martin Colley

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31. Improving Human Factors and Safety in the Process Industries: 'The Prism Project'

Robin Turney

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32. Less Stress = More Performance

R. Lardner

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33. The ATEX Directives - A Route Map for Compliance with the UK Regulations

John Walkington and Eric Gilchrist

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34. DSEAR; Early Experience of Implementing the New Regulations, Controlling the Storage and use of Dangerous Substances

Alan Tyldesley

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35. Explosion Safety Document for the ATEX 137 Directive - New Name for a Fire and Explosion Hazard Assessment?

Dr. Richard L. Rogers, Dr. Bernd Broeckmann and Nigel Maddison

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36. The EC 'SAFEC' Project: ATEX Meets IEC 61508

Jill Wilday, Tony Wray and Simon Brown

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37. Development of European Standards: Non-Electrical Equipment for us in Explosive Atmospheres

Dr. Richard L. Rogers

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