First-line managers have to maintain the integrity of facilities, control manufacturing processes, and handle unusual or emergency situations, as well as respond to the pressures of production demand. On a daily basis, they are closest to the operating personnel who may be injured by a process accident, and they are in the best position to spot problem conditions and to act to contain them. This book offers these managers qhow-toq information on process safety management program execution in the operations and maintenance departments, recommending technical and administrative process safety activities for the entire life cycle of the plant. Helpful tables and references add to the value of this process safety resource.TABLE 5-3 Safety Planning Checklist Safety procedures for lockout/tagout, confined space entry, hot work permits and excavation Fire brigade Fire-fighting procedures Fire ... Table 5-4 provides examples of maintenance requirements during pre-startup, commissioning, and startupu]. The first- and second-line maintenance supervisors should help develop a written job description for each position.
|Title||:||Guidelines for Safe Process Operations and Maintenance|
|Author||:||CCPS (Center for Chemical Process Safety)|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-09-14|