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
  • Region: Global, Florida
  • 428 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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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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