A “Completely Different” take on Risk Based Process Safety

Wiley’s March 2018 edition of Process Safety Progress (Vol. 37, No. 1) features an article titled “And Now for Something Completely Different”, authored by Michael P. Broadribb, a Senior Principal Process Safety Consultant at BakerRisk.

This article discusses process safety elements that are currently not addressed in any Risk-Based Process Safety guidelines, such as the guidelines published in 2007 by the Center for Chemical Process Safety. Broadribb discusses some “completely different” elements and extensions to existing elements that can help fill gaps and make RBPS more comprehensive.

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