10 Ways to Improve Process Safety Management Success

July 20, 2015

In the oil & gas, chemical and petrochemical industries, identifying, understanding, and controlling process hazards in order to prevent process-related injuries and incidents is of the utmost importance. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have released numerous regulations aimed at eliminating process safety incidents on American soil. Help ensure your facility stays in compliance with these 10 simple tips for improving your PSM program from Craig Osborn of HDR, Inc.

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10 Ways to Improve Process Safety Management Success

About the author: Craig Osborn is a process safety and risk management expert at HDR, Inc. For more than 30 years Craig has helped private industry and government agencies effectively address safety and risk on environmental compliance, program management and facility design projects.

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