The need for process safety in the chemical industry is paramount. Technical knowledge and understanding of hazards and risks associated with operations in addition to the implementation of that knowledge into practice are the keys to keeping workers and the environment safe.
To help optimize process safety, Chemical Processing has put together an eHandbook. It includes insight on:
- Successfully Reduce Process Safety Events – Other companies can emulate the approach proven effective for Dow.
- Tackle Combustible Dust Safety Challenges – Indoor collection systems and proper venting help extinguish flames and contain extra-fine particulates.
- Use Asset Management Software To Improve EH&S Programs – Ability to capture events and link documents improves environmental, health and safety efforts.
Refineries in the US alone spent a staggering 2.5 billion dollars on fuel consumption from natural gas in 2010. Fired heaters are the largest energy consumer in the manufacturing sector, and represent a tremendous opportunity for energy savings.
However, energy efficiency is not the only concern for fired heaters. Compliance and safety are continuous challenges.
In this eBook, Yokogawa explains how to improve fired heaters safety & efficiency by controlling combustion using TDLS technology. Download it now and learn:
- The 4 top industry challenges related to fired heaters
- How to efficiently and safely manage combustion
- How TDLS technology can improve operational excellence in fired heaters
This Chemical Processing eHandbook examines some of today’s Process Safety challenges for chemical manufacturers and some of the best practices that can be implemented to make your operations safer.
Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:
- Walk the Line: Company-wide initiative eliminates operator line-up errors. Learn the steps to recognize the errors and implement the solutions.
- Succeed at Process Safety Management: Follow ten rules to ensure an effective long-term program to make your operations safer.
- Properly Pump Condensable Vapors: Each system has benefits and limitations as well as special considerations for handling hazards mixtures. Find out what you need to know!.
Explosion proof LED lights are highly applicable in facilities where dangerous gases and dust are present. Confined spaces in such establishments entail numerous obstacles for workers, inspectors and operators, due to the location’s isolated and unpredictable nature. Applying the right explosion proof lights in a facility can greatly improve safety in the workplace and minimize risks related to fire hazards, explosions and accidents.
This paper covers the following about explosion proof LED lights:
- Explosion proof LED lighting design
- Regulatory and classification compliance
- Best practices for usage and safety in confined spaces
- Latest trends in explosion proof LED lighting products
Larson Electronics, a leading industrial lighting company, provides an extensive selection of explosion proof LED lights for fast-moving sectors, businesses and large-scale projects. Download the white paper now.02/16/2016
Process Safety Management (PSM), driven by the OSHA 1910.119 standard, aims to prevent the unwanted release of hazardous chemicals. This whitepaper presents an overview of PSM, explains the requirements of a Mechanical Integrity (MI) program, and illustrates how PSM and MI can be established within an asset management framework.04/21/2015
Plant security is a key priority at many plants. This 10-page paper provides background what the methodology for a plant vulnerability analysis involves. It covers topics such as how to get started, available tools, and risk assessment.04/21/2005
Plant security is a key priority at many plants. This 10-page paper provides background what the methodology for a plant vulnerability analysis involves. It covers topics such as how to get started, available tools, and risk assessment.12/02/2004
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