How to Construct a Proactive and Reactive Process Safety Management Strategy
Process Safety Management (PSM) is a framework for managing process safety in organisations.
It consists of a range of proactive and reactive policies and procedures that are aimed to prevent, control, and mitigate harm to people or the environment.
Typically, these holistic policies and procedures cover the various controls that cover the life cycle of a plant or installation to ensure that facilities consistently achieve acceptable levels of risk.
For businesses that have a single site or multiple sites (both nationally and/or internationally), designing and maintaining a robust process safety management system can be difficult to achieve.
What you’ll learn:
- How to create and implement a national/international Process Safety Management System.
- What should you include/or exclude when creating a PSM system and how this related to business productivity and product quality.
- What goes into creating realistic process safety goals and how this can be achieved via a top-down process safety structure.
This webinar is best for:
- Process Safety Managers
- Business Leaders
- Health and Safety Managers
- Middle Managers
February 15th, 10AM (GMT)
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Technical Speaker – Dr Andrew Fowler, Director, Sigma-HSE
Dr Fowler received his BSc and PhD in Surface Chemistry from the University of Durham in 1984. He has sixteen years of experience as an HSE Process Safety Specialist Inspector covering field inspections, major hazards, and safety policy development. During his time at the HSE, Dr Fowler authored guidance publications and staff training manuals.
Following an accomplished career in the UK HSE, Dr Fowler gained a wealth of commercial consultancy experience. During this time, he completed multiple process safety management audits and published bespoke staff training programs.