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Hazards papers: Systems and Procedures

Hazards papers: Systems and Procedures

ISBN: 978-1-911446-66-8

£149.00 price excludes VAT

This package contains copies of papers presented at the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Hazards conferences in the UK under the theme of ‘Systems and Procedures’. In addition, papers presented under the same heading at the 2013 and 2014 conferences have also been included free of charge.

Additional packages covering Knowledge and Competence, Engineering and Design, and Assurance, Human Factors and Culture are also available.

All papers are in a printable PDF format and will be sent via a link to your email upon purchasing.

Systems & procedures 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 53 SOPs – the Memory Banks of an Organisation Russell Page 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 54 What Are Intelligent Procedures and How Can They Be Developed? David Embrey and Richard Marshall 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 55 Practical Experience of Combining HAZOP and LOPA Studies for Large-Scale Off-Shore and On-Shore Facilities Graeme Ellis 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 56 Activity-Based Risk Analysis for Process Plant Operations Stein Haugen, Jan Erik Vinnem, Tiantian Zhu, Nathaniel John Edwin, Olav Brautaset, Ole Magnus Nyheim and Vegard L. Tuft

 Hazard and Risk 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 13 Laser-Based Gas Detection Technology and Dispersion Modelling Used to Eliminate False Alarms and Improve Safety Performance on Terra Nova FPSO Rajat Barua, Edward Sharpe, Zona Bath and Are Bratteteig 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 14 Vision 20/20 Implementation Tools Jack McCavit and Cheryl Grounds 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 15 Managing the Hazards of Flare Disposal Systems Paul Denham and Alan Donnelly 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 16 Improved Visualisations of Offshore QRAs James Pickles and Brian Bain 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 29 Human Dependency in Tanker Offloading Operations Graeme Ellis  
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 30 An Investigation into Chemical Tanker Offloading and Loading Processes: Do They Protect against the Full Range of Predicted Human Error Types? Paul Lucas 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 31 Using HAZOP to Address the Problem of Repeated Plant Accidents: Delayed Coker Units Alfredo Verna, Sonny Clark and Geoff Stevens 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 53 Flare Gas Recovery – a Consideration of the Benefits and Issues Associated with Sizing, Installation and Selection of the Most Appropriate Technology Peter Angwin and Stuart Leitch 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 54 Functional Safety Management in Greenfield Offshore Projects Jasjeet Singh 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 55 Suppression of Overpressure During a Vapor Cloud Explosion – a New Approach Norbert Baron and Chris Buchwald 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 56 How Many Process Safety Engineers Does It Take to Change a Light Bulb Culture? Mike Broadribb and Stephen Wheeler 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 67 LOPA: Friend or Foe? Alan King 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 02 There is no such thing as a black swan process incident Paul Amyotte, Alyssa Margeson, Amelie Chiasson and Faisal Khan 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 03 Lessons learnt from completing formal safety assessments for FLNG facilities Christopher Jones 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 04 Modelling of accidental hydrocarbon releases in QRAs: Hole size versus initial release rate basis Brian Bain, Andy Bolsover, Asmund Huser, Andreas Falck and Cynthia Spitzenberger 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 05 HAZOPS are not the only fruit Conor Crowley and Nigel Bowker 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 18 SIL determination and high demand mode Alan G. King 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 19 Optimizing maintenance to manage the major accident risk Peter Okoh 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 20 A risk-based approach to safety distance determination in the process industry Renato Benintendi, Angela Deisy Rodriguez Guio and Samuel March 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 24 HAZOP and LOPA the odd couple C. Fane de Salis 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 25 A systematic approach to addressing human factors issues for SIL determination studies D. Embrey 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 26 An independent evaluation of the UK Process Industry Gap Analysis Tool for addressing the uses of an operator as SIL level 1 component in tank overfill protection systems D. Embrey and J. Henderson 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 27 The work of the European Process Safety Centre (EPSC) Technical Steering Committee Working Group: ‘atypical scenarios‘ R. Gowland 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 28 A simple methodology to assess environmental risk from offshore operations M. Celnick and B. Bain 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 29 Beyond LOPA: Safety integrity assessment in the pharmaceutical sector A. G. King and D. Hodgson

 CO2 Hazards 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 23 Prediction of the Consequences of a CO2 Pipeline Release on Building Occupants CJ Lyons, JM Race, HF Hopkins and P Cleaver
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 24 Discharge and Dispersion for CO2 Releases from a Long Pipe: Experimental Data and Data Review Hamish Holt, Jock Brown, Henk Witlox, Keith Armstrong and Dan Allason 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 25 Modelling Releases of Carbon Dioxide from Buried Pipelines Phil Cleaver, Ann Halford, Tim Coates, Harry Hopkins and Julian Barnett 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 35 Large Scale Pressurised LNG BLEVE Experiments Steven Betteridge and Lee Phillips 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 36 Explosion Risks at Small Scale LNG Sites Graham Atkinson, Jacqueline Patel, Edmund Cowper and David Painter 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 37 Improvement of Modelling of LNG Pool Fires on Water Karim Osman, Sabrina Belkaid, Nicolas Herchin and Vincent Blanchetière

 Hazard identification 

  1. Hazards 17 – Paper 60 Making your retrospective HAZOP reviews smarter and more efficient whilst still ensuring that key holes in process safety barriers are identified Graeme Ellis 
  1. Hazards 17 – Paper 61 Development of a Creeping Change HAZID Methodology Richard Goff and Justin Holroyd 
  1. Hazards 17 – Paper 62 Practical experience with Deep Dive Assessments to identify key Major Accident Hazard risk factors on operational facilities Graeme Laughland

 Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA)

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 13 Domino effects between pipelines in pipeline corridors G. M. H. Laheij, M. B. Spoelstra, B. Chiaradia, F. Driessen, M. T. Dröge, S. Rozendal and C. J. Theune
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 14 Risk Assessment of Natural Gas Transmission Pipelines at Major River Crossings M. R. Acton, K. Dimitriadis, K. Warhurst and S. Potts
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 15 Using Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA) in Feasibility Design Adrian Jones, Steven Joyce, Hui Yan, Eva Fernandes Vilas and Steve Potts 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 16 Storage Tank Explosion Frequencies on FPSOs John Spouge 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 54 Development of the Singapore QRA Guidelines Mike Wardman, Jill Wilday and Laurence Cusco 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 41 Unlock the Hidden Value of QRAs to Optimise Risk Management Jatin Shah and Robert Magraw 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 42 A Practical Low-Cost Semi Quantitative Method for Road Risk Assessments for Conveying Hazardous Chemicals Roderick Prior 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 43 The EU FireComp Project and Risk Assessment of Existing Hydrogen Storage Applications Using Bow-Tie Analysis Ju Lynne Saw, Kate Hollifield, Jill Wilday, Yann Flauw, Marion Demeestere, Valérie Naudet, Pierre Blanc-Vannet and Patrick Breuer 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 44 Development of a Risk Assessment Tool for Evaluating Natural Gas Compressor Stations and Above Ground Installations A.R. Halford, M.M. Golowczynski, K. Maycock, E. Phipps, A.W.T. Sadd, D. McCollum and M. Daniel 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 45 Unpicking Oversimplification: Relief and Flare Studies for Complex Plant using Dynamic Process Modelling Ben Firth 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 46 Modelling the Human and Economic Costs of Major Industrial Accidents Timothy Aldridge, Oliver Gunawan, Helen Cruse, Kyran Donald, Neil Roche and Max Munday 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 47 Hazard Assessment of High Speed Rubber Dissolution into Toluene Using Computer Modelling of Electric Fields and Potentials I.D. Pavey, J.M. Butcher, W. Azizi and S.G. Farnworth 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 48 Towards Bespoke 3D Fire and Gas Mapping: Integration of Risk-Based Approach and CFD Modelling Khama Matiti, Alexandre Lebas, Chris Dysart, Ike Nwangwu and Shahab Baesi 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 50 HSE Engineering of Unmanned Wellhead Platforms I.E. Pat-El, P. Mol and G. Drenth 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 51 Learning from the Causes of Failures of Offshore Riser Emergency Shutdown Valves Richard Goff 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 52 Environmental Loads in the North Sea – the Missing Piece in the MAH Jigsaw David Sanderson and Iain Manclark

 Fire Risk Assessment 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 49 Safety System Fire Analysis – How can fire challenge the safe operation of a facility? And how can it be established whether a fire can cause a facility/ process to enter an unsafe state? James Daley 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 50 High Risk Process Loops: A case study using Fire Hazard Analysis to effectively manage fire escalation risk David Black, Karen Vilas and Robert Magraw 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 51 Domino effect triggered by fire: performance assessment of safety barriers in harsh environmental conditions Gabriele Landucci, Marta Bucelli, Nicola Paltrinieri and Valerio Cozzani 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 52 Analysis of Combustible Dust Flash Fires on Personal Protective Equipment Fabrics Sean O’Hern, Michael Stern, David Anderson, Alfonso Ibarreta & Timothy Myers

 Environmental Protection 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 17 Environmental Risk Gap Analysis: Major Accident to the Environment Case Studies Mike Nicholas 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 18 Inspection of Secondary and Tertiary Containment Systems Chris Dickinson 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 19 Practical Application of the Chemical and Downstream Oil Industry Forum (CDOIF) Guideline “Environmental Risk Tolerability for COMAH Establishments” Ron Graham 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 35 An Environmental and Occupational Noise Assessment for an LPG Chilldown Project Dan Clayton and Ian Hepplewhite 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 36 Man-Made Earthquakes – a Review of the Risk Assessment Process Martha McBarron 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 37 Environmental Risks from Bulk Chlorine Storage Installations Used in the Water Industry Celia Figueira and Nigel Harrison 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 45 Lessons Learned from the Coastal Flooding of Process Industry Sites on Teesside and Humberside by the Storm Surge on 5–6 December 2013 Aidan Whitfield, Chris Dickinson, Mike Cook, Paul Jobling, Daren Smith and Paul Fletcher 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 46 The Drinking Water Crisis in West Virginia, a Process Safety Failure and a Lesson for the Chemical Industry

John Bresland, Evan Hansen and Andrew Whelton 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 48 Cost Effective Approaches to Industrial Noise Control Nathan Thomas and Kenneth Dibben 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 36 Environmental risk tolerability for major accident hazard sites: A method for quantifying and assessing environmental risk M. Nicholas, I. Brocklebank, J. Coates, P. Davidson and H. Bray 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 37 Fire water retention – latest guidance for appropriate design Pat Swords 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 38 Design of a safe hazardous materials warehouse Renato Benintendi and Simon Round

 Process Safety Management 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 29 PSM is not decreasing the number of Loss Events. What does a CEO need to know to stop Engineers and Operators blowing up the Plant? Derek Lawler 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 30 Addressing the Dissonance between Corporate and Individual Process Safety Drivers Angus Keddie 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 31 The Silo Factor – Why Tackling Silos Can Improve Process Safety Performance Conrad Ellison 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 45 Novel application of the bow tie technique for the analysis of the NFPA 59A standard Maria Mallafrè Garcia, Mike Wardman and Jill Wilday 
  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 58 Retaining Knowledge for Process Safety Management Michael Kelleher, Tony Potts and Trixie Pomares 
  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 32 Creating an Enterprising Safety Management System Allan Craig 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 38 Bottom-Line Benefits through Innovation in Process Safety KPI Management Martin Sedgwick and Alec Harley 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 39 Creating an Effective Bowtie Barrier-Based Process Safety management System (and How to Avoid Getting Tied Up in Knots in the Process) Ian Baulch-Jones and Paul McCulloch 
  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 40 Internal Auditing of Process Safety Lee Allford 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 10 A simple end-to-end guide to COMAH report writing and management Mark Manton and Brad Eccles 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 11 Shift handover – where are we now? Jim Ross
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 12 Developing safety leadership behaviours in a Latin American power generation company Johnny Mitchell, Michael Bernard and Juan C. Villagrán 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 13 Management reviews of process safety John C. Wincek 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 46 Inclusive and integrated risk assessment, risk management and SIF definition under the IEC61508 group of standards Clive de Salis 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 47 The process safety audit – a corporate comfort blanket? Lee Allford 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 48 Where are your SIL assessments now? Jo Fearnley 
  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 49 TOSCA – Total Operations Management for Safety Critical Activities: Industry needs for innovative methods Olga Aneziris, Zoe Nivolianitou, Myrto Konstantinidou, Ioannis Papazoglou, Tom Kontogiannis, Chiara Leva, Nora Balfe, Emmanuel Plot, Marko Gerbec, Valerio Cozzani and Marco Pontigia
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 30 Developing a benchmarking service for the HSL Safety Climate Tool N. Healey, C. Sugden, S. Binch, C. Lekka and D. Bottomley 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 31 Where do procedures sit within a competence management system? R. Selfe, S. Watson, A. Sheridan and J. Berman 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 32 Preparing graduates for the real safety world – the past and the future F. K. Crawley and B. R. Dickson 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 33 Is it time, in the process industry, to question the limits of audits? J.-C. Le Coze and M. Dupré 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 34 A method for project safety design verification across a global organisation J. Martin and C. Flower 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 35 Process safety management audits – lessons learnt from South Africa R. Prior
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 54 Essential process safety management for managing multiple oil and gas assets J. Hopkins 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 69 Organisational and cultural causes of accidents – a pilot study M. McBride, R. Taylor and G, Sibbick 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 70 Safety culture and performance indicators for a ‘top tier’ COMAH SME D. P. Threlfall 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 71 Developing a process safety climate tool: the long and winding road S. Binch, C. Sugden, N. Healey, C. Butler and C. Lekka 
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 72 Working towards high reliability: a qualitative evaluation C. Lekka and C. Sugden
  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 73 Process safety leadership is the key to successful PSM implementation both in the UK and on a global scale S. Grindrod and A. Fowler

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