The failure of corporate management to equate process safety with production

Moore, Tony
October 2017
Loss Prevention Bulletin;Oct2017, Issue 257, p19
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the failure of corporate management for production process safety. Topics discussed include an overview of process safety, the difference between process and personal safety, the preparation, the response, the flawed culture that is not confined to the process industries, and the quality and significance of safety management.


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