Safety and Loss Prevention

Hazards 28

Hazards 28 was held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Edinburgh, UK on 15-17 May 2018.

Keynote presentations

  • Trevor Kletz Hazards Lecture – 20 Years of Driving Chemical Safety Change: the Past and the Future
    Vanessa Allen Sutherland
  • Adaptive Assurance of Process Safety
    Andy Ewens
  • The L'Oréal Safety Culture Journey and Next Steps
    Malcolm Staves
  • The Global Implementation of a PSM Framework at All Manufacturing Sites of AkzoNobel
    John Mul
  • Next Generation Process Safety
    Shahana Buchanan

Papers and posters

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Paper 01 - The Future is Here: Robotic Catalyst Removal

Christopher Jansen, Andrew W. Sloley and Scott Schroeder

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Paper 02 - Sizing of safety valves for non-flashing gas-liquid flow to protect a heat exchanger: application of the HNE-CSE model

Sara Claramunt, Natalie Schmidt, Jens Denecke and Jürgen Schmidt

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Paper 03 - Optimization of Blowout Preventer Design for Optimal Cost and Reliability

Denis Su-Feher, Nilesh Ade, Yogesh Koirala, Bin Zhang and M. Sam Mannan

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Paper 04 - Maximum Allowable Valve Passing Rate Review and Determination

J. L. Hobbs and R. Emery

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Paper 05 - Are Burner management systems and SIL Determination an explosive mixture?

Gaynor Woodford-Phillips and Stephen Beedle

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Paper 06 - How big should Zones be, if there at all? Practical experience from PharmaChem and Food and Drink sectors

Pat Swords and Kayley Oseman

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Paper 07 - Instructions For Safe Use: How Good Are They?

Jonathon Lowe

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Paper 08 - Hazardous Area Classification of Potentially Explosive Atmospheres During Aircraft Fuelling Operations

Andrew Garrison

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Paper 09 - ICAM do more: What are the true benefits of averting a MATTE?

Jack Davy

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Paper 10 - Addressing the Challenges of Applying the CDOIF Guideline for Environmental Risk Tolerability in Risk Assessments for COMAH Establishments

Carolyn Nicholls and Robert Ritchie

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Paper 11 - Environmental Risk Assessment: Streamlining CDOIF Guideline

Peter Waite, Matt Johns, Matt Maynard and Henry Betts

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Paper 12 - Developments in thinking about emergency liquid containment systems in the process and allied industries

Chris Dickinson

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Paper 13 - Management of Human Error in a Safety Case using Bowtie: A case study

Ilizástigui Pérez Fidel

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Paper 14 - Process safety on the road

Paul Rochette

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Paper 15 - Bridging the Safety Gap: The Key Role of a Sound Process Safety Culture in Minimizing Audit Findings

Elena Prats and Gemma Dunjó

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Paper 16 - Experiencing operational process safety while at university

Trish Kerin

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Paper 17 - Gas Explosion Protection for Aerosol Filling Rooms: Full Scale Testing and Analytical Validation

Tim Jones and Paul Davidson

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Paper 18 - High temperature liquid jet fire testing

Richard Alker and Geoffrey Chamberlain

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Paper 19 - Inert Hot Particle: Unconventional Ignition Source

Jonathan Bechem and Uli Barth

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Paper 20 - New Developments in the Approach to Assessing the Potential Interaction between Parallel Pipelines

Mike Acton, Kostas Dimitriadis and Clive Robinson

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Paper 21 - The role of Individual and Societal Risk in the ALARP demonstration for Pipelines

Jerry Mullins, Andrew Doyle and Katherine Taylor

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Paper 22 - An analysis of the emergency isolation of high-pressure pipelines transporting supercritical fluids

Sergey Martynov, Haroun Mahgerefteh and Jianhao Yu

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Paper 23 - Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Analysis of Natech Events Caused by Natural Phenomena

Oscar J. Ramírez Olivar, Santiago Zuluaga Mayorga, Felipe Muñoz Giraldo, Mauricio Sánchez-Silva, Ana María Cruz, Jean-Paul Pinelli and Ernesto Salzano

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Paper 24 - Managing the risk associated with severe wind and flood events in the chemical processing industries

Patrick Mahan and Frank Liserio

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Paper 25 - A risk management framework for NaTech scenarios caused by flooding

Gabriele Landucci, Giacomo Antonioni and Valerio Cozzani

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Paper 26 - Are Safety Cases past their sell by date? Can we make them more relevant?

Emma Thompson and Mark Taylor

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Paper 27 - Guidance for UK Safety Case Compliance for Offshore Installations in Late Life, Decommissioning and Dismantling, based on industry experience

Alison McKay and Trish Sentance

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Paper 28 - Beating Luck: A breakthrough in Major Accident Hazard Prevention

Konstantia Kalabaliki

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Paper 29 - Thinking in Outcomes: Maintaining Focus on What Process Safety Delivers in Risk Management

Ian Travers

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Paper 30 - Practical experience with Management of Change reflecting upon incidents, audits and gap analyses

Graeme Laughland

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Paper 31 - Bow Ties in Risk Management; using the new CCPS-EI book to avoid pitfalls

Martin Johnson, Mark Manton, Charles Cowley and Mark Scanlon

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Paper 32 - Assessing and Mitigating the Risks from Bund Overtopping

Ann Halford, Clive Robinson, Gabriele Ferrara and Tarek Bengherbia

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Paper 33 - Implementing safety assessments and management systems: a parallel between high and non-high hazard industries

Livia Cardoso Silveira and Fillipe Dobbin Caruso

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Paper 34 - Lessons from a major safety incident during a non-regulated 14-year turnaround maintenance cycle

Tamuno O. Olu-Tima

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Paper 35 - Benefits of Gas Detection Mapping in Complex Process Facilities

Fiona Aoun and Samer Bachir

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Paper 36 - A risk-based approach to identifying the location of fire and gas detectors for an onshore process plant

Stuart Buchanan and Mike McKay

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Paper 37 - Factors in the selection philosophies and criteria to improve F&G detection and use of PFP

Ian Herbert

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Paper 38 - A review on Toulouse accident trials: can we learn the lessons despite uncertainty on direct causes?

Nicolas Dechy, Zsuzsanna Gyenes and Myriam Merad

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Paper 39 - Enhancing Learning from Incidents: Five Tried and Tested Approaches

Steven Flynn

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Paper 40 - Lessons learned from fuel storage accidents: Aftermaths and challenges ahead

Ravi Kumar Sharma, Bhola Ram Gurjar and Rajat Agrawal

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Paper 41 - Quantifying Risk and How It All Goes Wrong

Keith Miller

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Paper 42 - New paradigms for determining structural design loads for blast

Steve Howell and Prankul Middha

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Paper 43 - Assessing Personnel Risk Associated with Projectiles resulted from Over Pressure Failures

Brian Clarkson and Derek Miller

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Paper 44 - Analysis and validation of integral pool spreading model of LNG spills on concrete

Nisa Ulumuddin, Tomasz Olewski and Luc Véchot

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Paper 45 - Check Mate: A framework for optimising human-based checking

Shona Watson and Robert Sides

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Paper 46 - Who is running your plant at 3.00 am?

John Bresland and Ian Travers

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Paper 47 - Developments in Human Factors Critical Task Reviews (HFCTR)

Jamie Henderson and Neil Hunter

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Paper 48 - Addressing human reliability quantification issues in COMAH reports using the SHERPA and SLIM methodologies

David Embrey

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Paper 49 - Experiences in ALARP Demonstration

A.G. Rushton and M. R. Finch

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Paper 50 - Risk tolerability targets; misconceived, misunderstood and misapplied

Andy Stanley, Carolyn Nicholls, Bob Burnup and Jordan Smith

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Paper 51 - Improving Analysis of Hazard and Risk Identification Workshops

James Turner

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Paper 52 - HAZOP, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Frank Crawley

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Paper 53 - Design and Specification of Radar Based Early Warning Systems

Trevor Harvey, Paul Oram and Jonathan Love

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Paper 54 - Emission Reduction Study When Gas Flaring is Inevitable

Konstantia Kalabaliki and Alice Tanguenza

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Paper 55 - Process Safety in Automotive and Transportation R&D Testing: Basis of Safety for a 700 bar Hydrogen Tank Test Bench and Demonstrator Filling Station

Robert Cowan

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Paper 56 - A Conceptual Design of a Mobile Shale Gas Processing Facility

Trixie Pomares

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Paper 57 - Incorporating incident reports in bow-ties with Big Data techniques

Coen van Gulijk, Miguel Figueres-Esteban, Peter Hughes and Paul McCullogh

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Paper 58 - The Gamification of Process Safety

Angus Keddie

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Paper 59 - Igloo system heats up training

Phil Jones and Tony Atkinson

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Paper 60 - Site Specific Risk Information: Taking Ownership

Simon Downing

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Paper 61 - Decision making in emergency response: Structural analysis of decision-making processes of fire services at industrial accidents

Hannes Kern and Jürgen Hammerschmied

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Paper 62 - Learning from emergency response in the process industries

Zsuzsanna Gyenes

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Paper 63 - Inherently Safer Design: it’s not just what you do it’s the way that you do it, and that’s what gets results

Craig Skinner

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Paper 64 - Inherently Safer Design (ISD) in Sour Gas Processing Facilities

J. Bello, N. Haris, J. Venables and N. Amott

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Paper 65 - Criteria for separation distances between major hazard installations to limit the risk of escalating domino failures

Debra C. Mitchell

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Paper 66 - Accidental rate in biodiesel production plants

Enrico Danzi, Luca Marmo, Valeria Casson Moreno, Ernesto Salzano and Valerio Cozzani

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Paper 67 - Hazard and Safety Management in Industrial Bio-based Processes

Valeria Casson Moreno and Valerio Cozzani

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Paper 68 - Towards an Inherently Safer Bioprocessing Industry

Nilesh Ade, Yogesh Koirala and M. Sam Mannan

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Poster 01 - Guidance on ALARP for Major Hazard Facilities

Adrian Bunn

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Poster 02 - Process Safety Index: An objective, consistent method for evaluating the balance between Threats and Protection

David Hatch

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Poster 03 - Visual HAZOP: Exploiting the power of Bowties to improve study efficiency and enhance engagement

David Hatch

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Poster 04 - Proactive monitoring of risk-based indicators: example of application in the Oil and Gas integrated operations

Gabriele Landucci and Nicola Paltrinieri

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Poster 05 - A three-dimensional visualization tool to support HSE management of chemical facilities

Federica Ovidi, Luigi Picconi, Tommaso Chiavistelli and Gabriele Landucci

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Poster 06 - Understanding Risk Data: Techniques for Presenting Risk to a Non-Technical Audience

Jim McDougall, Mark Taylor, Naushad Tahsildar and Ros Masson

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Poster 07 - Development of Process Safety Leading Indicators for Major Hazards Installation Using The Causal Reasoning Approach

Emeka Maduabuchi

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Poster 08 - New Approach: Looking for the Underlying Causes of BOU ALI SINA Petrochemical Massive Fire Using the Socio-Technical Context

Mehran Khalilnejadi

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Poster 09 - Requirements on emergency and disaster management at industrial major accident hazard sites: a status survey on Austria

Christian Resch

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Poster 10 - Process safety and risk management in the petrochemical industry: A cultural perspective

Majed Aljohani and Jennifer Skilling

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Poster 11 - Toxic Gas Detector Array Evaluation

Steve Forster, Graham Tickle and Folake Akinnusi

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Poster 12 - Incorporation of inherently safer design principles in process safety assurance: Association with risk assessment and use of risk-based approach

Ming Yang

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Poster 13 - Operations Readiness and Assurance Transferability; Gas to Gales

Keith Murphy and Jamie Dempster

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