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Center for Chemical Process Safety - 19th Annual International Conference. Emergency Planning Preparedness, Prevention & Response (6/29/04 - 7/1/04 Orlando, Florida)

  • ID: 2181773
  • Book
  • April 2005
  • Region: Global, United States
  • 428 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Over 40 papers and posters that share the latest practices in emergency planning related to fixed chemical, pharmaceutical, LNG, and petroleum facilities, storage facilities, transportation, and security.
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Emergency Response Plenary Session.

Three Incidents: Tank Truck Explosion, Television Interview Railcar Fire, and International Destruction of Acrylic Acid Railcar Using "Vent and Burn". – Bob Rosen.

World Wide Electronic Specialty Gas Emergency Response Program. – Eugene Y. Ngai.

Unplanned Shutdown Plus Lack of Knowledge equals Incidents. – Albert Ness.

Community Involvement Plenary Session.

Community Involvement Requirements for the Albertan Upstream Petroleum Industry. – Gary L. Neilson, P. Phys.

Existing Side–By–Side: A Look at Community Alert & Emergency Response Issues in the Petro–Chemical Industry. – Johnnie A. Banks.

Joint Leveraging of Industrial and Community Assets: A Partnership Between Industry and the Community to Improve Emergency Response Capabilities. – Max E. Middleton.

Trash to Treasures. – Ted Low, Kris Smith.

Liquefied Natural Gas Issues Planery Session.

Safety and Fire Protection Consideration for LNG Terminals. – John A. Alderman.

Blast Wave Damage to Process Equipment as a Trigger of Domino Effects. – E. Salzano, V. Cozzani.

LNG Terminal Operations Hazard Zones. – Robin Pitblado.

International Issues Plenary Session.

Emergency Response of Toxic Substances in Taiwan: The System and case Studies. – Jeng–Renn Chen, Chung–Hsun Hung, K.S. Fan, Ta–Cheng Ho, Fan–Lun Chen, J.J. Horng, Wen–Der Chen, Shun–Chin Ho.

Improved Safety at Reduced Operating Costs in a German Chemical Plant. – W.Steinert, M. Begg, R. von Dincklage.

Active Shooter Table Top Exercise Process for Schools. – Larry G. Holloway.

Consequence Assessment Plenary Session.

Applying Inherent Safety to Mitigate Offsite Impact of a Toxic Liquid Release. – Douglas J. Ferguson.

Extended Indoor Explosion Model with Vertical Concentration Profiles and Variable Ventilation Rates. – John Woodward, J. Kelly Thomas.

Accounting for Dynamic Processes in Process Emergency Response using Even tree Modeling. – Raghu Raman.

Fuzzy Logic Methodology for Accident Frequency Assessment in Hazardous Materials Transportation. – Yuanhua Qiao, Michela Gentile, M. Sam Mannan.

Case Histories I Plenary Session.

Development of Detailed Action Plans in the Even of a Sodium Hydride Spill/Fire. – Claire Fluegeman, Timothy Hilton, Kenneth P. Moder, Robert Stankovich.

System Improvements Utilizing FMEA and Fault Tree Analysis. – Tracy Whipple, Michelle Roberson.

Lessons from Grangemouth: A Case History. – Michael Broadribb, William Ralph, Neil Macnaughton.

Transportation and Value Chain Plenary Sessions.

A Graphical Method for Planning Security Vulnerability Analyses of Transportation and Value–Chain Activities. – Michael Hazzan, Irene Jones.

Emergency Preplanning in Pipeline Construction. – Chuck Goode, Tim Brabazon.

Reducing Value Chain Vulnerability to Terrorist Attacks – A.M. (Tony) Downes.

Case Histories II Planery Session.

Lessons Learned from a Major Accident Involving Uncontrolled Molten Sodium Release. – A. Wilson, R. De Cort, W. Crumpton.

Emergency Response to a Non–Collision HAZMAT Release from a Railcar. – R.A. Ogle, D.R. Morrison, M. J. Viz.

CSB Incident Investigation. – John B. Vorderbrueggen.

Layer of Protection Analysis Plenary Session.

Managing the Financial Risks of Major Accidents. – Luke Chippindall, Dennis Butts.

Initiating Event Frequency Case Study: Electrolytic Cell Process. – Stanley Urbanik.

Use of Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA) within The Dow Chemical Company. – Tim Overton, Tim Wagner.

Legal and Regulatory Issues Plenary Session.

Implementing Personnel and Organizational Management of Change (P&O MOC) Processes. – Frank Broussard, Heather Harriss.

Major Hazard Control in Canada: A Change in the Regulatory Landscape. – Graham D. Creedy, John S. Shrives, Gerry Phillips.

Defending OSHA Facility Siting Citations. – Mark S. Dreux.

The ATEX Directives: Explosion Safety and Regulation – The European Approach. – N.H.A. Versloot, A.J.J. Kelin, M. De Maaijer.

Poster Session.

Thermal Stability of Materials During Storage and Transport. – Bob Venugopal.

Theory of Incident and its Prediction in the Process Industry. – Jenq–Renn Chen.

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CCPS (Center for Chemical Process Safety)
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