Integrated Process Safety Management Solution
Process safety and occupational (or worker) safety are different. Process safety refers to the prevention of unintentional releases of chemicals, energy, or other potentially dangerous materials during processes that can have a negative effect on the people or environment. While occupational safety focuses more on people, behaviours and human psychology, Process safety focuses more on procedures, operations, equipment, facility design and engineering in order to prevent high-profile process safety incidents like Piper Alpha in 1988 and the Deep Water Horizon environment spill in 2010.
Integrate with key processes like Management of Change and Process Hazard Analysis, Competency and contractor Management and mitigate hazards across your operation.