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PSM: Gap Assessment

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PSM: Gap Assessment

One of the most challenging parts of process safety management is the attempt to interpret and convert specific safety elements into practices that are unique to a business. It is not uncommon to see one organisation interpret PSM elements differently than another organisation. Some companies, however, tend to interpret the regulation in a minimalistic manner or may simply limit their approach to cover basic compliance and legal regulations.

The PSM gap assessment identifies gaps at the beginning of your businesses’ project and provides detailed lists of your systems and people that can pose potential hazards that your facility may face. Through a process safety gap assessment, it’s possible to monitor, verify and implement specific safety measures.

Understanding PSM Gap Analysis

The process safety gap analysis is the first step in understanding the level at which a facility is currently performing at when it comes to process safety. It is, in essence, a series of assessments that aims to identify gaps and problematic areas that can be associated with risk across operations, design and facility maintenance.

Why Sigma-HSE?

We undertake risk assessments in a holistic way to cover employees and non-employees across European and non-European sites. Through our actionable insights, we determine what practicable recommendations should be made for your company to optimise safety and reduce the level of risk to people, business, workplace and environment.

The Sigma-HSE Advantage

As there are many tools and methodologies used for process safety analysis, our team of global experts will select the best techniques to optimise PSA based on your business requirements. With years of safety experience across a range of industries, our experts are best placed to provide you with recommendations based on your specific processes and operations.
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Undertake a PSM Gap Assessment

Process safety gap assessments aims to identify gaps at the beginning of your project and provides details about the potential hazards your business may face. Learn more about
how we can assist you today.