Blog Posts tagged [safe-design]

Inherently Safer Design Quizlet

Published on Aug. 9, 2019 By Arun Patel

Inherently Safer Design Quizlet

Inherently Safer Method

Published on July 28, 2019 By Arun Patel

Discussing methods to conduct inherent safety reviews at key stages of the life cycle: during product and process development, during conceptual facilities planning early in the process design phase, and during routine operation.

Passive Hazardous Materials Exposure Control Design

Published on July 23, 2019 By Arun Patel

Passive hazardous materials exposure control design

Inherently Hazards Maintainability, Error Prevention, and Error Recovery

Published on May 27, 2019 By Arun Patel

Discussion of Inherently Hazards Maintainability, Error Prevention, and Error Recovery.

Inherent Hazards Definition

Published on May 16, 2019 By Arun Patel

Discussion of ‚Äčinherent hazards definition and types of hazards.

Inherently Safer Design Checklist

Published on April 30, 2019 By Arun Patel

This checklist contains number of questions that can aid in identifying inherently safer design options. The list is adapted from Center for Chemical Process Safety.

Inherent Safety Issues

Published on April 25, 2019 By Arun Patel

In considering inherently safer design alternatives, it is essential to remember that there are always conflicting benefits and deficiencies associated with the different options.

Inherent Safety Trade-offs

Published on April 22, 2019 By Arun Patel

Chemical processes usually have many potential hazards, and a change which reduces one hazard may create a new one or increase the magnitude of a different existing hazard. It is essential that the process designer retain a broad overview of the process when considering alternatives that he/she remains aware of all hazards associated with each process option.

Consideration for Inherently Safer Process Options

Published on April 20, 2019 By Arun Patel

The search for inherently safer process options must begin early in the process life cycle, and never stop. The greatest potential opportunities for impacting process design occur early in the invention and development of processes. It is never too late to consider inherently safer alternatives.

The Role of Inherently Safer Design Concepts in Process Risk Management

Published on April 17, 2019 By Arun Patel

Safer design concepts in process risk management. How process risk management strategies can be categorized, in order of decreasing reliability, as inherent, passive, active, and procedural.