Safety and Loss Prevention

Hazards 30

Hazards 30: Held in a virtual online environment 26–27 November 2020.

The proceedings are available for purchase in the IChemE Shop.

The Safety & Loss Prevention SIG gave a short presentation; a recording is available to view.

Those papers which are subject to Crown Copyright are freely available below, under the Open Government Licence.

Papers

  1. The Impact of Safety Culture on Safe Operations
    Andrew Laird & Esther Ventura-Medina (University of Strathclyde, UK)
  2. Protecting the Mental Health of Employees: How Issues from Film & TV Industry Survey Correlate with Similar Factors in Other Industries
    Matt Longley (Finch Consulting, UK)
  3. Abraham Lincoln as a CEO of a Major Hazard Facility? How a Wider Understanding of Leadership Can Enhance Process Safety Leadership
    Peter Webb (Beyond Risk, UK)
  4. Detailed Fire Scenario Assessment by CFD Simulation: Pool Fire Under Air-Cooled Heat Exchanger in Modularized LNG Plant
    Minoru Jimma, Hiroki Orihara & Masayuki Tanabe (JGC Corporation Oil & Gas Project Company, Japan)
  5. Development of a Model for Spills of Liquids on Porous Surfaces (SLOPS)
    Rachel Batt (Health and Safety Executive, UK), Graham Tickle (GT Sciences & Software, UK), Matt Turner (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, UK)
  6. Safe Operation of Combined Cycle Gas Turbine and Gas Engine Systems Using Hydrogen Rich Fuels
    Wayne Rattigan (Health and Safety Executive, UK)
  7. An Investigation of LNG Permeability Within Perlite Insulation
    Steven Betteridge (Shell Research, UK)
  8. Calculating Yourself Into a Corner Using LOPA
    Stephen Beedle (ABB Consulting, UK)
  9. Comparison of a Single Initiating Event Versus a Multiple Initiating Event Approach to Layer of Protection Analysis
    Colin Chambers (Health and Safety Executive, UK)
  10. Driving Quality and Consistency in Barrier Management Through the Application of Best Practice Quality Rules and Corporate Standard Bow Ties in Developing Asset Specific Bow Ties
    Mark Boult (DNV GL, UK), Daniel Rowe (SBM Offshore, Monaco), Paul McCulloch (CGE Risk Management Solutions, The Netherlands)
  11. Deriving Spurious Trip Rate Formulae
    Fan Ye (ESC, UK)
  12. Islands of Excellence in Oceans of Mediocrity
    Graeme Dick & Mike Pollard (Reflekt AS, Norway)
  13. Resourcing Teams Based on Key Project Risks
    Louise Whiting (Barberton Limited, UK)
  14. How do you Carry Out a DSEAR Risk Assessment? Experiences from Two of ABB’s DSEAR/ATEX Experts
    Alison McKay & Peter Hodgson (ABB, UK)
  15. Hydraulic Mist Hazards – a Discussion of the Practical Implications for a Nuclear Project
    Keith Johnson, Joseph Hayward & Timothy Boland (Sellafield Ltd, UK), Anthony Ennis (Haztech Consultants, UK)
  16. Keeping Cool Under Threat of Fire – Managing the Risks of Flammable Refrigerants
    D Colbourne (HEAT GmbH, Germany), Ivan Vince (ASK Consultants, UK)
  17. Learning from Application of the CDOIF Environmental Risk Assessment Method to Major Accident Hazard Plant
    Andrew Marsh-Patrick & Duncan Dodge (WSP, UK)
  18. Potential for a Major Accident to the Environment in the Whisky Industry
    Euan Munro (SLR Consulting, UK), Carly Newton (The North British Distillery Company, UK)
  19. Are we Overlooking Something in the Context of Environmental Protection?
    James Park, Robert Ritchie & Carolyn Nicholls (RAS, UK)
  20. A Three-Decade Review of Risk Management Efforts in Hong Kong
    Ying Yin Hung & Eddie Lee (Environmental Protection Department of HKSAR, Hong Kong)
  21. How China is Establishing a New COMAH System
    Pat Swords (PM Group, Ireland), Robert Liang (PM Group, China)
  22. Regulation of UK Nuclear Legacy Facilities
    Anthony McFadden (Office for Nuclear Regulator, UK)
  23. Selection and Deployment of Non-Destructive Testing for Through-Life Integrity Assurance of Composite-Repaired Pipes
    Adam Bannister, Aneta Nemcova, David Johnson & Matthew Blackburn (Health and Safety Executive, UK)
  24. Can Damage Mechanism Assessment Improve Both Efficiency and Safety
    Brad Eccles (ABS Consulting, UK), Randal Montgomery, David Whittle & Sayed Termah (ABSC Consulting, USA)
  25. Behaviour in Emergencies on COMAH sites: Challenging Predictive Assumptions About Likely Fatalities Based on Actual Behaviours in Emergencies
    J Bell, S Raza & P Brockington (Health and Safety Executive, UK)
  26. Industrial System for Mitigation of Vapour Cloud Explosions
    Dirk Roosendans & Pol Hoorelbeke (Total, France)
  27. Effect of Water Mist on the Dispersion of a Flammable Gas Inside Traffic Tunnels – an LPG Experimental Study
    MC Olde, WPW Wieling, D Mores & J Heuvelink (TNO, The Netherlands), AJM Snel & BBG Lottman (Witteveen+Bos, The Netherlands)
  28. Assessment and Enactment of Response to Severe Weather Hazards to Offshore Structures
    Joe Quinn (Atkins, UK), Matt Keys (Atkins, Australia)
  29. Wildfires – an Emerging Hazard for Industrial Installations in Europe?
    Hannes Kern (IRIS – Industrial Risk and Safety Solutions, Austria), Katja Hüttenbrenner (Montanuniversitaet Leoben, Austria)
  30. An Analytically Based Pressurised Pipeline Decompression Model
    Jiahuan Yi & Haroun Mahgerefteh (University College London, UK)
  31. Confusion over Risk Criteria
    Carolyn Nicholls & Jordan Smith (RAS, UK)
  32. On the 10-4/Yr Criterion for Blast Overpressure – an Alternative Comparative Approach for Safer Design
    Steve Howell & Prankul Middha (Abercus, UK)
  33. HSE Pilot Scale, Gassy System, Reactor Venting Experiments and Implications for Vent Sizing
    John Hare (Health and Safety Executive, UK)
  34. A Strategy for Chemotoxic Safety on a Nuclear Licensed Site
    Timothy Bollard, Keith Johnson & Joanne Griffin (Sellafield Ltd, UK)
  35. The Nuts and Bolts of Process Safety Management
    Craig Anderson & Nick Procter (Wood, UK)
  36. An Integrated Approach to Establishing the Hazards, Risks and Controls at a Major Copper Smelting Site in Southern Africa
    Roderick Prior (SHExellence, South Africa)
  37. How Stressed is your Facility?
    Trish Kerin (IChemE Safety Centre, Australia)
  38. Safe Staffing Levels: Latest Energy Institute Guidance
    Michael Wright (Greenstreet Berman, UK), Stuart King (Energy Institute, UK)
  39. Using a Sprint Approach to Analyse Offshore Maintenance Records
    Chris Bell & Matthew Celnik (DNV GL, UK)
  40. How Do We Define Good Practice for Fire and Gas Detector Mapping?
    Tim Jones (RPS Group, UK)
  41. Guidance on Fire, Combustible Gas and Toxic Gas Detection System Philosophy
    Jonathan Wiseman (Risktec Solutions, UK)
  42. BS60080:2020 – Guidance on the Placement of Permanently Installed Detection Devices Using Software Tools and Other Techniques. What is the Scope and Intention of the New Standard?
    James McNay (Micropack (Engineering), UK)
  43. A Revised Method for Dropped Object Risk Analysis
    AG Rushton & JM White (ESR Technology, UK)
  44. Learning from Creeping Changes
    Zsuzsanna Gyenes (IChemE Safety Centre, UK)
  45. A Toolbox to Help Frontline Personnel Learn from Incidents
    Stuart King (Energy Institute, UK)
  46. Stories to Keep Us Safe – Five Decades of the Loss Prevention Bulletin
    Fiona Macleod (Billions Europe, UK)
  47. Taming the Beast – Lessons Learned from Four Decades of Aluminium Dust Explosions
    S Gakhar & JM Butcher (DEKRA, UK), P Roberts (AMG Alpoco, UK)
  48. Modelling Self-Heating Solids
    Stephen Pearson (Syngenta, UK)
  49. Effects of Melting Inert Particulate Additives on Ignition and Flame Propagation in Dust/Air Mixtures
    Katja Hüttenbrenner, Marco Stockinger & Harald Raupenstrauch (Montanuniversitaet Leobe, Austria), Hannes Kern (IRIS – Industrial Risk and Safety Solutions, Austria)
  50. Human Performance and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
    Roger Stokes (BakerRisk Europe, UK)
  51. Making sure Investigators Get it Right – Human Factors Considerations for Investigations
    James Bunn (The Keil Centre, UK)
  52. Enhancing the Performance of Safety Critical Task Analysis: The Goldilocks Problem and Marginal Gains
    Dominic Furniss, Jamie Henderson, Mark Sujan & David Embrey (Human Reliability Associates, UK)
  53. Occupational Safety & Process Safety: Sisters, Cousins or Unrelated?
    Matt Clay, Maria Garcia & Mike Wardman (Health & Safety Executive, UK), Moray Kidd (University of Manchester, UK)
  54. Incorporating Inherently Safer Technology into a Corporate Risk Management Programme
    Tony Downes, David Prior, Pascal Bolomey & Noel Misa (Honeywell (Performance Materials & Technologies), USA)
  55. Liquefied Gas Terminals – Designed with Safety at Heart
    Karina Almeida Leñero & Sarah Fiedler (TGE Gas Engineering, Germany), Richard Collitt & Yet Th Ng Lee (TGE Gas Engineering, UK)
  56. Why Proactive Assessment of Hydrogen Fuelling Risks is Essential
    Karen Vilas (BakerRisk, USA), Robert Magraw (BakerRisk Europe, UK)
  57. Explosion Relief Panels for Hazard Reduction in Gas Compressor Buildings and Hydrogen Refuelling Stations
    Robert Brewerton & Christopher Norris (UK)
  58. Safe Reinstatement of Process Plant – Learnings from HSE’s Regulation of the UK Offshore Oil and Gas Industry
    Ashley Hynds & Scott Templeton (Health and Safety Executive, UK)
  59. Improving the Value of Risk Engineering in Onshore Energy Insurance
    Nigel Cairns (Aon Global Risk Consulting, UK)
  60. The Importance of Process Safety Management in Post-Merger Integration
    Glenn Pettitt, Guy Roberts, Rob Jeffries, Doug Anderson & Richard Rowe (ERM, UK)
  61. The Chernobyl Incident: A Case Study for Organisational Process Safety
    John Butcher (DEKRA, UK), Arturo Trujillo (DEKRA, Spain)
  62. Brain-Centred Performance: the Final Frontier in Workplace Safety
    Sebastian Blair (DEKRA, UK)

 

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Paper 05 - Development of a Model for Spills of Liquids on Porous Surfaces (SLOPS)

Rachel Batt, Graham Tickle and Matt Turner

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Paper 06 - Safe Operation of Combined Cycle Gas Turbine and Gas Engine Systems Using Hydrogen Rich Fuels

Wayne Rattigan

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Paper 09 - Comparison of a Single Initiating Event Versus a Multiple Initiating Event Approach to Layer of Protection Analysis

Colin Chambers

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Paper 22 - Regulation of UK Nuclear Legacy Facilities

Anthony McFadden

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Paper 23 - Selection and Deployment of Non-Destructive Testing for Through-Life Integrity Assurance of Composite-Repaired Pipes

Adam Bannister, Aneta Nemcova, David Johnson and Matthew Blackburn

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Paper 25 - Behaviour in Emergencies on COMAH sites: Challenging Predictive Assumptions About Likely Fatalities Based on Actual Behaviours in Emergencies

J Bell, S Raza and P Brockington

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Paper 33 - HSE Pilot Scale, Gassy System, Reactor Venting Experiments and Implications for Vent Sizing

John Hare

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Paper 37 - How Stressed is your Facility?

Trish Kerin

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Paper 44 - Learning from Creeping Changes

Zsuzsanna Gyenes

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Paper 53 - Occupational Safety and Process Safety: Sisters, Cousins or Unrelated?

Matt Clay, Maria Garcia, Mike Wardman and Moray Kidd

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Paper 58 - Safe Reinstatement of Process Plant – Learnings from HSE’s Regulation of the UK Offshore Oil and Gas Industry

Ashley Hynds and Scott Templeton

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