If you are writing Operating Procedures or developing a process safety program, this practical, sensible book - which is based on years of experience in a wide variety of industries - will provide you with useful guidance.
Writing Operating Procedures For Process Plants helps you organize a procedures-writing project so as to produce a high quality manual - one that the operators will want to use - as efficiently and as quickly as possible. The book also describes how to write procedures so as to meet process safety management requirements. The book emphasizes practical issues such as:
a) How to write procedures that can be kept up to date. b) How to develop a five volume structure that clearly distinguishes between operating instructions, information, emergency operations, troubleshooting and commissioning. c) How to manage a procedure-writing project. d) Types of emergency procedures and response plan. e) How to link procedures with other elements of Process Safety Management - particularly Process Safety Information, Management of Change and Training. f) How to select the appropriate level of detail. g) How to define operating limits, and how they should be used. END
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Ian S. Sutton is a chemical engineer who specializes in risk management and process safety. He works for Fluor Daniel in Houston, Texas. He has extensive industrial experience in the design, operation and engineering of process plants. He is a recognized authority in process safety management, and regularly teaches courses on the topic.
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