Part 1: Reducing the Cost of Compliance While Eliminating Process Safety Risks.
September 25, 2018 • 10:00am – 11:00am CDT
Even if your PSM program has some flaws or gaps that need to be addressed, you can still achieve risk reduction while lowering your costs associated with PSM. The key is to take advantage of the tools PSM provides and be creative in your implementation. The best and most costly asset that a facility has, is its people. Leveraging the use of this asset goes a long way to reducing costs and improving process safety. In this webinar, we discuss methods to reduce PSM implementation costs while reducing your process risks.
Part 2: Recognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices (RAGAGEP).
September 26, 2018 • 10:00am – 11:00am CDT
There are a great number of resources that can be considered Recognized and Generally Good Engineering Practices, or RAGAGEP. If you have been involved with PSM for some time, you may be familiar with most of them. For example, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers or ASME, the American Petroleum Industry or API, the National Fire Protection Association or NFPA, and the National Electric Code or NEC, are a few of the more important ones that come to mind. These would all be considered good engineering practices. However, there are some that are not Good Engineering practices, but provided as consensus standards. Can these also be used as RAGAGEP, and how can RAGAGEP be utilized to reduce the cost and improve the return of your investment into PSM?