Process Safety Management Vinod K. Pandita June 21, 2022

Process Safety Management


Process Safety Managementrefers to a set of interrelated approaches to managing hazards associated with the process industries and is intended to reduce the frequency and severity of incidents resulting from releases of chemicals and other energy sources.
Process safety is a disciplined framework for managing the integrity of operating systems and processes that handle hazardous substances. It relies on good design principles, engineering and operating and maintenance practices.

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The process safety management standard targets highly hazardous workplaces situations and conditions that have the potential to cause a catastrophic incident. The purpose of the standard as a whole is to aid employers in their efforts to prevent or mitigate episodic workplace risks that could lead to a catastrophe in the workplace and possibly in the surrounding community.Process safety management is the proactive identification, evaluation and mitigation or prevention of harmful deficiencies that could occur as a result of failures in processes, procedures, or equipment. As a result, we need to address these issues:
  1. Process Hazard Analysis
  2. Developing Operating Procedures
  3. Emergency Planning & Response

The term operational risk management is defined as a continual cyclic process, which includes risk assessment, risk decision making, and implementation of risk controls, which results in acceptance, mitigation, or avoidance of risk. Operational Risk Management is a methodology for organizations looking to put into place real oversight and strategy when it comes to managing risks.
  1. Provides operational risk management solution to all types of industry.
  2. We conduct the programs for education, training and certification of risk management.
  3. We provide the services for inspections of the workplace to perform the risk management.
  4. Risk assessment program.
  5. We strongly follow Principles of Risk Management while providing services for risk management.

Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) encompasses a variety of methods of assessing and evaluating potential hazards in a process industry, providing executives and management with information in order to make decisions to improve safety.
It is a set of organized and systematic assessments of the potential hazards associated with an industrial process. A PHA provides information intended to assist managers and employees in making decisions for improving safety and reducing the consequences of unwanted or unplanned releases of workplace risks.
Hazard scenarios caused by equipment failures, human errors and external events must be considered. Safeguards, facility siting and human factors issues should be identified and their impact on safety identified.
A PHA is directed toward analyzing potential causes and consequences of workplace hazards and it focuses on equipment, instrumentation, utilities, human actions, and external factors that might impact the process
We help you execute a unified risk management strategy. We will help you develop a robust knowledge base, allowing for mitigations and controls that are both effective and preventative. Where there is uncertainty, risk assessments can be defined and linked, allowing full traceability from assessments to control plans to mitigation strategies and monitoring of controls. Essential steps in the risk lifecycle are unified on a single, global system with a closed-loop, continuous improvement process, ensuring adequate communication of data and lessons learned across departments, facilities and sites.
We can assist you in developing and managing a successful PHA for your facility and company & help you to:
  1. Create knowledge-driven PHAs that leverage consistent corporate terminology and lessons learned and link risk assessment studies
  2. Pre-formatted industry standard templates for: What If / Checklist, as well as Hazards and Operability (HAZOP); Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PrHA); Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA); and Safety Integrity Levels Assignment (SIL)
  3. Help you complete vulnerability analyses end-to-end, resulting in a more responsive and efficient business process
  4. Advanced reporting and auditing tools provide improved visibility into process operations
  5. Ensures that historical knowledge is accessible and best practices and lessons learned are shared from one study to the next
We also provide training, including leader training using the HAZOP and what-if/checklist techniques, updating and revalidating PHAs, and other PHA Techniques.

Emergency management is the effort of businesses to plan for and coordinate all personnel and materials required to either mitigate the effects of, or recover from, most importantly workplace accidents as well as natural or man-made disasters such as industrial sabotage. It does not avert or eliminate the threats, although their study is an important part of the field. Also is covered in this effective management & recovery from such a situation or at least minimizing losses of human lives or financial or even equipment damage. Primarily we undertake study of the workplace & prepare an action plan for you and your business as stepwise process covering:
  • Prevention Procedures
    These focused on preventing the human hazard, primarily from potential workplace accidents or natural disasters
  • Mitigation
    Personal mitigation is a key to national preparedness. Individuals are trained to avoid unnecessary risks. This includes an assessment of possible risks to personal health and to equipment,
  • Preparedness
    It focuses on preparing people, equipment and procedures for use when an accident occurs.
  • Response
    Response Planning for all different types of events, and all magnitudes is of utmost importance, so that when such an event occurs responders know exactly what their assignments are and how they should respond to such accidents.
  • Recovery
    The recovery phase starts after the immediate threat to human life or the equipment has subsided. The immediate goal of the recovery phase is to bring the affected area of workplace back to normalcy as quickly as possible.

A safe work environment is a productive one. No matter the size or type of the business, procedures for safety in the workplace are a necessity for all staff. Safety measures protect employees as well as equipment and business property.Safety management is managing business activities and applying principles, framework, processes to help prevent accidents, injuries and to minimize other risk.An unsafe work environment occurs when an employee is unable to perform her required daily duties because the physical conditions of the workplace are too dangerous.
  1. We provide a services to identify hazards in your workplace and our team helps you to eliminate or minimize them
  2. Training and education on developing a safety plan.
  3. We provide a series on identifying workplace hazards include chemical, ergonomic, physical, psychosocial and general workplace.
  4. Training programs on preventing hazards associated with the use of hand and power tools
  5. We conduct a program and provide a services on Safe Work Procedures.