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Hazards: Knowledge and Competence

Hazards: Knowledge and Competence

ISBN: 978-1-911446-64-4

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

Additional USBs covering Engineering and Design, Systems and Procedures and Assurance, Human Factors and Culture are also available.

All papers are in PDF format. 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 46

It’s not what we don’t know that is the problem; it’s what we do know that isn’t so Graeme Dick 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 57

Improving front line and managerial loss of containment incident safety decision making and dynamic risk assessment through new guidance and a training toolkit Peter Waite, Gary Macalister, Glenn Sibbick, Alan McIntyre and Mark Scanlon 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 58

Retaining Knowledge for Process Safety Management Michael Kelleher, Tony Potts and Trixie Pomares 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 59

Using Human Factors risk analyses to develop risk-informed competence standards Neil Hunter, Jamie Henderson and David Embrey 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 20

John the Employee – Research and Development Regarding a Safety and Occupational Health Avatar as an IT Companion for Employees in an Optimal Safety Culture Stefan Kovacs 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 21

Improving Learning through Interactive Case Studies Trish Kerin 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 22

The Teaching of Safety in an Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Programme Pat Kennedy 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 32

Creating an Enterprising Safety Management System Allan Craig 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 33

Managing the Influence of Major Emergencies on Staff Competence David Evans and Alan McDonald 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 34

Review of Global Regulations for Anhydrous Ammonia Production, Use and Storage Mark Fecke, Stephen Garner and Brenton Cox 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 60

Why a Near Miss is Never a Leading Indicator! (or Why We Need to Think in System Outcomes) Ian Travers 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 62

Implementing a Proactive Learning Approach Elena Blardony Arranz 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 57

Best Practice Approaches to Retrospective HAZOPs Graeme Laughland 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 58

Engaging the Workforce – Communicating Major Accident Hazards – Making a Difference! Fiona FitzGerald, Brian Bain, Hamish Holt, Jelena Borisevic and Lisa Tang 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 59

Chemical Process Safety Education: Joint Industry-Academic Venture Pat Kennedy, Noel Duffy, Shane Horgan and Michael Lynch 

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 32

Preparing graduates for the real safety world – the past and the future F. K. Crawley and B. R. Dickson

 

Lessons learned

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 17

Environmental Risk Gap Analysis: Major Accident to the Environment Case Studies Mike Nicholas 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 20

Fire and explosion risk in biodiesel production plants: a case study Luca Marmo, Enrico Danzi, Leonardo Tognotti, Valerio Cozzani, Ernesto Salzano, Valeria Casson Moreno and Daniela Riccio 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 32

Seven Years on from Deep Water Horizon – How the Global Industry has Applied the Learning from the Response Steven Flynn 

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 33

Our disabling road accident – lessons relevant to process industries Chris Arthey

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 34

An Analysis of Common Causes of Major Losses in the Onshore Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Industries Ron Jarvis and Andy Goddard 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 01

Investigation of Cargo Tank Vent Fires on the GP3 FPSO, Part 1: Identification of Ignition Mechanisms and Analysis of Burning Droplets Mark Pursell, Simon Gant, Andrew Newton, Darrell Bennett, Louise O'Sullivan, Philip Hooker and David Piper 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 02

Investigation of Cargo Tank Vent Fires on the GP3 FPSO, Part 2: Analysis of Vapour Dispersion Simon Gant, Mark Pursell, Andrew Newton, Darrell Bennett, Louise O'Sullivan and David Piper 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 05

Learning from Incidents: How a Serious Fire in a High Pressure Polyethylene Plant Led to Improvements in Process Safety Peter Shields 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 06

Investigation of an Acetylene Cylinder Explosion Incident Phil Hooker, John Hodges, Bill Geary and Shane Wakefield 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 07

Investigation – What Does Good Look Like and Does It Really Have to Be Complicated? Simon Monnington and John Wilkinson 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 08

Ordinary Objects Come to the Aid of Investigation of Gas Explosion Incidents Bassam Burgan, Anqi Chen, Vincent H. Y. Tam, Mike Johnson and Dan Allason 

  1. Hazards 26 – Paper 24

Identification of Major Environmental Incidents and Safety Critical Elements: Developing a Best Practice Approach James McDougall, Mark Taylor and Michael Cobb 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 01

Learning from Dangerous Occurrences in the Chemical Industries John Hare, Richard Goff and Justin Holroyd 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 02

Guidance on Learning From Incidents, Accidents and Events Edward Smith, Richard Roels and Stuart King  

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 03

What Can We Learn from the Various Non-Technical Accident Causation Theories? Kehinde Shaba 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 04

Learning Lessons from Eight Gas Explosions Simon-Mark Egan 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 06

The Contribution of Fatigue and Shift-Work to the Buncefield Explosion and the Key Lessons for the Chemical and Allied High Hazard Industries John Wilkinson and Julie Bell 

  1. Hazards 25 – Paper 41

The Evolution of Process Safety Standards and Legislation Following Landmark Events – What Have we Learnt? Trish Kerin 

  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 24 – Paper 14

Lack of proper safety management systems in Nigeria oil and gas pipelines Uzoma Nnadi, Zaki El-Hassan, David Smyth and James Mooney 

  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 15

Improving organisational learning: why don’t we learn effectively from incidents and other sources? John Wilkinson and Helen Rycraft 

  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 16

PSM lessons from a major reformer furnace failure Rod Prior

  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 17

Lessons learned from major accidents having significant impact on the environment Zsuzsanna Gyenes, Maureen Heraty Wood

  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 55

Analysis of fire and explosion hazards during surface transport of liquefied petroleum gas: A case study Nilambar Bariha, Indra Mani Mishra, Vimal Chandra Srivastava 

  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 58

Dynamic simulation of Texas City Refinery explosion for safety studies Joseph Isimite and Philip Rubini 

  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 59

Runaway chemical reaction at Corden Pharmachem, Cork S. J. Gakhar, S. M. Rowe, M. Boylan and P. Conneely 

  1. Hazards 24 – Paper 60

Flixborough: Lessons which are still relevant today Robin Turney 

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 03

Learning lessons from incidents: a paradigm shift is overdue S. Mannan and S. Waldram 

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 04

Managing emergencies; the establishment of a competent response D. Evans and E. Gittenberger

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 05

Performance indicators for major accidents – lessons from incident analysis L. J. Bellamy, J. I. H. Oh, H. J. Manuel and V. Sol 

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 06

Identifying the causes of hydrocarbon releases on offshore platforms J. Gilroy, D. Dumolo and D. Porter 

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 16

Pass it on! Revisiting shift handover after Buncefield J. Wilkinson and R. Lardner

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 18

Complacency as a casual factor in accidents – fact or fallacy? G. Innes-Jones

  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 74

Vapour cloud explosion at the IOC terminal in Jaipur D. M. Johnson

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 75

Corporate governance for process safety M. Hailwood

  1. Hazards 23 – Paper 76

28 years after Bhopal – important things that catastrophic events teach us S. Berger and L. Nara

 

New approaches

  1. Hazards 27 – Paper 09

Process Safety Not Guaranteed: the Need for New Learning Approaches Steve Lewis and Vicky Billingham

  56. Hazards 27 – Paper 10

    Bridging the divide – OHS and process safety Trish Kerin

    1. Hazards 27 – Paper 11

    Process Safety Behaviours: What are they and how do they link to occupation (personal) safety behaviours Roderick Prior 

    1. Hazards 27 – Paper 12

    Making Process Safety Personal David Royle 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 07

    Recent progress in LNG safety and spill emergency response research B. K. Kim, R. Ruiz, B. Zhang, S. Nayak, R. A. Mentzer and M. S. Mannan 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 08

    Experimental investigation on the self-heating and decomposition of tetrafluoroethylene in a 100-dm3-reactor R. Zeps, F. Ferrero, M. Beckmann-Kluge, V. Shroder and T. Spoormaker 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 09

    HSL – INERIS vent sizing round robin exercise on 40% di-cumyl peroxide in di-isobutyrate solution J.-L. Gustin, D. Alix and Y. Couturier

     

    Global Process Safety

    1. Hazards 27 – Paper 48

    In a Globalised World is Process Safety becoming harmonised? Pat Swords

    1. Hazards 27 – Paper 53

    Existing Challenges in Incorporating Process Safety Management in Developing Countries and ways to Overcome Yogesh Koirala, Andres Hernandez and M. Sam Mannan 

    1. Hazards 27 – Paper 54

    Development of the Singapore QRA Guidelines Mike Wardman, Jill Wilday and Laurence Cusco 

    1. Hazards 27 – Paper 55

    Safety Case Regulations for Major Hazard Facilities in Cuba Fidel Ilizástigui Pérez 

    1. Hazards 27 – Paper 56

    Process Safety Management – Creating a Sustainable Global Approach Rachelle Doyle 

    1. Hazards 25 – Paper 09

    QRA Method for Land-Use Planning Around Natural Gas Production, Processing and Transportation Sites in the Netherlands Eelke Kooi, Gerald Laheij and Paul Uijt de Haag 

    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 33

    Application of global sensitivity analysis to FDS simulations of large LNG fire plumes Adrian Kelsey, Simon Gant, Kevin McNally and Steven Betteridge 

    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 40

    Key factors for the estimation of cross-country pipelines failure rates G. Pettitt 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 57

    Permits around the world R. Barrett and D. Scott 

     

    New energy landscape

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 19

    CCS CO2 risk management – new industry guidance H. Holt, K. Helle and J. Brown 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 20

    Experimental studies of the behaviour of pressurised releases of carbon dioxide D. Allason, K. Armstrong, J. Barnett, P. Cleaver and A. Halford 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 21

    Validation of dispersion models for high pressure carbon dioxide releases C. M. Dixon, S. E. Gant, C. Obiorah and M. Bilio 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 22

    Experimental investigation of high pressure liquid CO2 release behaviour M. Pursell 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 23

    Phast validation of discharge and atmospheric dispersion for pressurised carbon dioxide releases H. W. M. Witlox, M. Harper and A. Oke 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 64

    Future energy technology – thermal hazards of Li-ion batteries J. Singh 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 65

    Experimental releases of liquid hydrogen P. Hooker, D. B. Willoughby, J. Hall and M. Royle 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 66

    Ensuring an adequate separation distance between wind turbines and buried energy infrastructure N. Jackson, P. Baldwin and B. Andrews 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 67

    Lessons for safe design and operation of anaerobic digesters A. Jenkins, L. Gornall and H. Cripps 

    1. Hazards 23 – Paper 68

    Probabilistic risk assessment in combination with CFD modelling of biomass dust explosions within large bulk storage volumes C. J. Coffey and D. W. Price


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