Best Practices for PHA Revalidations

For your immediate review, please download the latest free resource paper from PII, titled Best Practices for PHA Revalidations, co-written by Revonda P. Tew – PII Principal Engineer & Instructor, Matias A. Massello – PII Principal Engineer & Instructor, and William G. Bridges, PII President & Instructor, and being presented at the 14th Global Congress on Process Safety in Orlando, Florida.

From the Abstract:

Process hazard analyses (PHAs) must be updated and revalidated every 5 years or sooner. PHA/HAZOP Revalidation is entirely different than a baseline or original PHA. The original textbook from CCPS on Revalidating PHAs was issued in 2001. This paper describes the current best practice approaches to revalidation and explains when to use each approach. The approaches are described in detailed flowcharts. Checklists for decisions making and quality control are provided, along with examples of completed documentation. This paper is based on completion of more than 300 Revalidations.

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About the Author:

William G. (Bill) Bridges is President of the Process Improvement Institute (PII). He has over 30 years of experience, including more than 20 in senior management and senior PSM advisory roles. Bill is considered one of the leading authorities on process safety engineering, risk management, and human error prevention.

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