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Research and Markets: Inherently Safer Chemical Processes: A Life Cycle Approach, 2nd Edition - Now Available.

DUBLIN -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6996be/inherently_safer_c) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Inherently Safer Chemical Processes: A Life Cycle Approach, 2nd Edition" to their offering.

Inherently Safer Chemical Processes presents a holistic approach to making the development, manufacture, and use of chemicals safer. It discusses strategies for substituting more benign chemicals at the development stage, minimizing risk in the transportation of chemicals, using safer processing methods at the manufacturing stage, and decommissioning a manufacturing plant. Since the publication of the original concept book in 1996, there have been many developments on the concept of inherent safety. This new edition provides the latest knowledge so that engineers can derive maximum benefit from inherent safety.

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction.

* Objectives, Intended Audience and Scope of This Book.

* Integration of this Guidance with Other CCPS Guidance.

* Organization of the Book.

* History of Inherent Safety.

The Concept of Inherent Safety.

* Process Risk Management and Inherent Safety.

* Inherent Safety Defined.

* Inherently Safer Approaches.

* Layers of Protection.

* Levels of Inherent Safety.

* Worked Example.

* Summary.

The Role of Inherently Safer Concepts in Process Risk Management.

* Integrating Inherent Safety in Process Risk Management Systems.

* Timing for Consideration of Inherently Safer Options.

* Inherent Safety Constraints.

* Resolving Inherent Safety Issues.

* Inherently Safer Strategies.

* Summary.

Inherently Safer Strategies.

* Definition of Inherently Safer Strategies.

* Minimize.

* Substitute.

* Moderate.

* Simplify.

* Other Strategies.

* Summary.

Life Cycle Stages.

* General Principles Across All Life Cycle Stages.

* Research.

* Process Development.

* Detailed Design and Construction.

* Operations, Maintenance, and Modifications.

* Decommissioning.

* Transportation.

Human Factors.

* Overview.

* Operability and Personnel Safety.

* Maintainability.

* Error Prevention.

* Error Recovery.

* System Audits.

* Organizational Culture.

* Summary.

Inherent Safety and Security.

* Introduction.

* Chemical Security Risk.

* Security Strategies.

* Countermeasures.

* Assessing Security Vulnerabilities.

* Inherent Safety and Chemical Security.

* Limitations to Implementing IS Concepts in Security Management.

* Conclusions.

Implementing Inherently Safer Design.

* Introduction.

* Management Systems Approach for IS.

* Education and Awareness.

* Organizational Culture.

* Inherent Safety Reviews.

* IS Review Methods--Overview.

* Incorporating IS Consideration into Existing PSM Activities.

* Human Factors and Inherent Safety Reviews.

* Reactive Chemicals Screening.

* Inherent Safety Review Training.

* Documentation of the Inherently Safer Design Features of a Process.

* IS Review Documentation.

* Time Required for an Inherent Safety Review.

* Summary.

Inherently Safer Design Conflicts.

* Introduction.

* Examples of inherent safety conflicts.

* Inherent Safety - Environmental Hazards.

* Inherent Safety and Health Conflicts.

* Inherent Safety and Economic Conflicts.

* Tools for understanding and resolving conflicts.

* Measuring Inherent Safety characteristics.

* Summary.

Inherently Safer Design Regulatory Initiatives.

* Inherent Safety Regulatory Developments and Issues.

* Experience with IS Regulations.

* Issues in Regulating Inherent Safety.

* Summary.

Worked Examples and Case Studies.

* Introduction.

* Application of an Inherent Safety Strategic Approach to a Process.

* Case studies from Carrithers, et al..

* Process Route Selection - Early R&D Example.

* Example of an Inherently Safer Study of a Steam Production Facility.

* Case Study: Bhopal.

* Summaries in Brief: Examples by IS Strategy.

* Additional Literature Giving Examples of Inherently Safer Operations.

Future Initiatives.

* Incorporating Inherently Safer Design into Process Safety Management.

* Encouraging Invention within the Chemical and Chemical Engineering Community.

* Including Inherent Safety into the Education of Chemists and Chemical Engineers.

* Developing Inherently Safer Design Databases and Libraries.

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