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Acronyms and Abbreviations.
1.1 An Introduction to Process Safety and Metrics.
1.2 Purpose of This Book.
1.3 Key Audiences for the Guidelines.
1.4 An Organization′s Personnel Hierarchy.
1.5 Organization of This Guideline.
1.6 Using This Guideline.
WHY IMPLEMENT PROCESS SAFETY METRICS.
2.1 Preventing Process Safety Incidents.
2.2 Benefits from Measuring Performance.
2.3 Tracking Operational Performance and Process Safety Performance.
2.4 Avoiding Complacency.
PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT METRICS.
3.1 Metrics and the Process Safety Models.
3.2 Other Metric Dimensions.
3.3 Forms of Metrics.
3.4 Characteristics of Good Metrics.
CHOOSING APPROPRIATE METRICS.
4.1 Process Safety Goals and Objectives.
4.2. Define the Process Safety Goals.
4.3 Define Process Safety Objectives.
4.4 Develop the Metrics Strategy for Improving the Process Safety System.
4.5 Select Metrics.
IMPLEMENTING A METRICS PROGRAM.
5.1 Management Support and Leadership.
5.2 Develop an Implementation Strategy.
5.3 Develop the Framework for the Metrics Implementation Strategy.
5.4 Implementation Analysis.
5.5 Prepare for Rollout.
5.7 Reevaluate Metrics Based Upon Experience.
6.1 Communication Analysis.
6.2 Select Appropriate Communication Characteristics.
6.3 Report Appropriate Data to Different Audiences.
6.4 Tools for Communicating Metrics.
USING METRICS TO DRIVE PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS.
7.1 Identify Weaknesses and Deficiencies in Process Safety Performance.
7.2 Leadership Commitment to Process Safety Performance.
7.3 Hold Responsible Parties Accountable.
7.4 Engage the Public.
7.5 Conduct Periodic Management Reviews.
7.6 Cultivate a Positive Process Safety Culture.
7.7 Communicate Process Safety and Other Organizational Successes.
IMPROVING INDUSTRY–WIDE PERFORMANCE.
8.1 Performance Benchmarking.
8.2 Metrics Allow Performance Comparisons for Multiple Parties.
8.3 Sharing Data Across Industry Leads to Improved Performance.
FUTURE TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF PROCESS SAFETY METRICS.
9.1 Improving Process Safety.
9.2 Societal Interests.
APPENDIX I: LISTING OF POTENTIAL PROCESS SAFETY METRICS TO CONSIDER (BASED ON THE RISK BASED PROCESS SAFETY ELEMENTS).
APPENDIX II: PROCESS SAFETY.
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: BP CHEMICALS HULL CASE STUDY.
APPENDIX III: NOVA CHEMICALS UNCONTROLLED PROCESS FIRE AND LOPC METRICS.
Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) has been the world leader in developing and disseminating information on process safety management and technology. CCPS, an industry technology alliance of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), has published over 80 books in its process safety guidelines and process safety concepts series, and over 100 training modules through itsSafety in Chemical Engineering Education (SACHE) series.