Jagger, Anna
September 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;9/17/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 10, p7
Trade Publication
The article offers tips to ensure good occupational safety in the chemical industry. The companies need to focus on three areas including the plant, staff capability and competence. Companies must try to get rid of industrial hazards by establishing a uniform process. Companies should encourage people to act differently. A risk-based process safety (RBPS) framework should be followed all industrial workers to ensure safety.


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