On Demand: Managing Seasonal Shutdowns and Start-ups in the Age of Energy Conservatism

Many organisations do not realise the increase in susceptibility of loss to fire and explosion when restarting operations that have not been active for an extended period. Such shutdowns occur for maintenance, seasonal closure or more recently for strategic energy saving across the site. Studies have shown that in the petrochemicals and chemicals industries, up to 40 to 50% of process safety incidents and/or major losses have occurred during start-ups and shutdowns.

Unfortunately, process safety does not take a holiday, so how can you ensure that process equipment is correctly shutdown and restarted in a safe manner?

What you’ll learn:

  • How to create robust pre-start-up safety reviews (PSSR)
  • How to identify outstanding maintenance and inspection items
  • Issues to consider on partial shutdowns during energy conservation

This webinar is best for:

  • Safety Engineers
  • Process Managers
  • Environmental Health Safety Specialist
  • Risk Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • EHS Specialists, Managers, Supervisors and Engineers .

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