Title:Guidelines for Developing Quantitative Safety Risk Criteria Author:Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) Publisher:Wiley-AIChE ISBN:0470261404 ISBN13: Date2009-08-31 Pages:211 Language:English Format: PDF Size:4.6 MB
Description:Written by a committee of safety professionals, this book creates a foundation document for the development and application of risk tolerance criteria
Helps safety managers evaluate the frequency, severity and consequence of human injury
Includes examples of risk tolerance criteria used by NASA, Earthquake Response teams and the International Maritime Organization, amongst others
Helps achieve consistency in risk-based decision-making
Reduces potential liabilities in the use of quantitative risk tolerance criteria through reference to an industry guidance document
Peter J. Harrington, "Pharmaceutical ProcessChemistry for Synthesis" Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition | ISBN: 047057755X | 2011 | PDF | 377 pages | 7,8 MB
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