2nd edition. — New York: CRC Press, 2015. — 424 p.The purpose of this book is to give engineers and managers, working in companies and governments around the world, a pragmatic and reasonable approach to system safety and risk assessment techniques and to design viable safety management systems. Plants are so complex today that we cannot identify the hazards and operating problems just by looking at a drawing. A structured, systematic approach is essential. All a system can do is make sure that the knowledge and experience of the people involved are fully utilized. If they lack knowledge and experience, the system is just an empty shell. Knowledge and experience without a system achieve less than their potential; a system without knowledge and experience achieves nothing. This should be obvious, but is sometimes overlooked in the enthusiasm for downsizing. The book makes it abundantly clear that safety is not a coat of paint added by a safety expert at the end of design, but an integral part of design. The safety expert can advise, monitor, and assist, but full involvement by the design team is essential.Introduction. Definitions and concepts. Safety analysis in engineering - How is it used? Safety management systems. Hazard analysis. Process safety analysis. Fault tree analysis. Fmeca, human factors and software safety. Other techniques. Data sources and training. Accident reporting, investigation, documentation. Government regulations and safety oversight. Risk assessment. Risk evaluation. Appendix A: typical energy sources. Appendix B: generic hazard checklist. Appendix C: generic facility safety checklist. Appendix D: internet sources.
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