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How Can It Happen Here? Learning From Industry Reactive Chemical Events

Learning From Industry Reactive Chemical Events

Over the past 20 years, several major industry events have occurred when reactive chemicals have been unintentionally mixed during process and transfer operations. In many of these accidents, the facility was not covered by OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM) regulation, yet in the aftermath of the fires and explosions that occurred, many wonder if targeted application of select process safety elements could be applied at similar facilities, to prevent similar incidents from happening again.

DEKRA Thought Leader Mike Snyder presents the key aspects and lessons learned from these tragedies including the importance of understanding process upset chemistries, hazard analysis, addressing human factors concerns, and how appropriate application of the fire code may be used to reduce similar risks in your operations.

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