The Process Hazard Analysis Study and “Previous Incidents”, RETA Breeze, Jan-Feb 2016

About the Author: Lee Pyle

There are several criteria to consider when conducting your Process Hazard Analysis: methodology, team members, adequately addressing the hazards, safeguards, failure of safeguards, etc. A facility is also required to address “any previous incident which had a likely potential for catastrophic consequences” (40 CFR Part 6.67 (c )(2)).

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