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Guidelines for Writing Effective Operating and Maintenance Procedures

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The EPA investigation of a 1994 chemical plant tragedy concluded that "the explosion resulted from a lack of written safe operating procedures " While good written procedures can t guarantee zero accidents, they can reduce the number of accidents caused by human error.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface ix
Acknowledgments xi
Glossary xiii
Introduction to Effective Procedure Writing
1(8)
Why Was This Book Written?
1(1)
Book Objectives
2(1)
The Current Worldwide Trend Toward Procedures
3(1)
Who Should Use This Book?
3(3)
Where Do You Go From Here?
6(3)
Process Safety, Environmental, and Quality Considerations
9(12)
Purpose
9(1)
Understanding the Guidelines and Regulations
9(1)
Voluntary Guidelines
10(3)
Governmental Regulations
13(1)
Quality Considerations
14(1)
Some Elements of Effective Procedures and Procedure Management Systems
15(2)
Additional Considerations
17(2)
Conclusion
19(2)
Endnotes
19(2)
How to Design an Operating and Maintenance Procedure Management System
21(12)
Purpose
21(1)
The Importance of Written Procedures
21(1)
Elements of a Comprehensive Procedure Management System
22(2)
Determining Procedure Management System Requirements
24(1)
Evaluating Your Current Practices
24(2)
Identifying Your Resources
26(1)
Designing and Implementing Your Procedure Management System
26(1)
How to Determine Which Procedures to Write
27(3)
Implementing a Procedure Project
30(1)
Procedure Training
30(1)
Maintaining and Improving Your Procedure Management System
31(1)
Conclusion
32(1)
Writing Operating and Maintenance Procedures
33(24)
Purpose
33(1)
What Resources Do You Need Before You Begin Writing?
33(1)
What Do We Know About the Procedure Users?
34(1)
Considerations for Effective Procedures
35(2)
Importance of Procedure Format
37(3)
Introductory Sections
40(6)
Procedure Steps Section
46(8)
Drafting the Procedure
54(1)
The Procedure Review and Approval Cycle
55(1)
Special Considerations for Maintenance Procedures
55(1)
Batch Process Considerations
56(1)
Elements of Effective Procedures
57(22)
Purpose
57(1)
Importance of Procedure Evaluation Criteria
57(1)
Who Will Use the Procedure Evaluation Criteria?
58(1)
Procedure Checklist Elements
58(21)
Endnotes
77(2)
Writing Emergency Operating Procedures
79(18)
Purpose
79(1)
Defining Events Requiring Emergency Operating Procedures
79(2)
Identifying Emergency Situations
81(1)
Developing and Writing Emergency Operating Procedures
82(3)
Directing the User to the Correct Emergency Operating Procedure
85(2)
Incorporating Human Factors in Emergency Operating Procedures
87(5)
Using Decision Aids
92(1)
How Emergency Operating Procedures Link to the Emergency Response Plan
93(4)
Endnotes
95(2)
Procedure Control
97(10)
Purpose
97(1)
What Is Procedure Control?
97(1)
Controlling Procedure Revisions and Development
98(3)
Who Should Review the Procedures?
101(1)
Procedure Approval
102(2)
Evaluating Procedures In Use
104(1)
Electronic Document Control
105(2)
Procedure Development Costs and Benefits
107(8)
Purpose
107(1)
Reasons for Procedure Development
107(1)
Procedure Development Costs
108(4)
Return on Investment: Improvements You Can Expect from Effective Procedures
112(3)
Endnotes
113(2)
Appendix A Selected Procedure Initiatives, Consensus Codes, and Regulations Affecting Procedures 115(4)
Appendix B Common Points of API, OSHA, and EPA 119(3)
Appendix C How to Determine the Tasks That Require Written Procedures 122(2)
Appendix D Procedure Performance Evaluation 124(3)
Appendix E Procedure Criteria Checklist 127(3)
Appendix F Sample Procedure Formats 130(6)
Appendix G Sample Formats of Operating Limits Tables 136(3)
General References 139(2)
Index 141
Extra informatie: 
Hardback
160 pagina's
Januari 1996
431 gram
241 x 159 x 19 mm
American Institute of Chemical Engineers us

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