Understanding the Interrelationships Between the PSM Elements For Effective Implementation

For your immediate review, please download the latest free resource paper from PII, titled Understanding the Interrelationships Between the PSM Elements For Effective Implementation, written by Revonda P. Tew – PII Principal Engineer & Instructor, and being presented at the 14th Global Congress on Process Safety in Orlando, Florida.


From the Abstract:

Every element of PSM has a role in controlling risk. These elements have an interrelationship – each depends on the implementation of one or more elements for effective implementation. Some elements have a greater influence than others. Understanding these relationships is critical for building and sustaining effective PSM programs. This paper will show through figures and discussions, these interrelationships, key attributes of each element that influence other elements and how poor implementation of each element adversely affects the implementation of the other elements.

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About the Author:

Revonda has 20+ years experience in the chemical industry, including process development, process engineering, and process safety management and evaluation. She holds one US patent. She has significant hands-on experience having participated in, led and documented over 40 PHAs, numerous management of change (MOC) risk reviews, performed many MOC approvals, participated or led several investigations, and participated or led many PSM compliance audits and PSM assessments.

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