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Why a near-miss is never a leading indicator - issue 249

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Ian Travers argues for re-labelling process safety near-misses as ‘adverse system outcomes’ and treating them as important lagging indicators, in order that they become central to ensuring the integrity of process plant assets. » More Details

Issue Date: 06/06/2016

£12.00

Fire detection strategies based on hazard analysis in Scottish whisky distilleries - issue 249

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James McNay explains the main hazards present through the five main stages of the whisky distillation process and reviews the fire detection technologies that are best placed to reduce the risk from these hazards. » More Details

Issue Date: 06/06/2016

£12.00

Issue 249

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Safety case studies learned from issue 249, June 2016 » More Details

Issue Date: 06/06/2016

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Fire at a waste treatment plant - issue 248

LPB248, April 2016

A massive fire on a waste treatment plant highlighted lessons related to fire detection systems, emergency response and the role of facility design to assist fire-fighting and prevent fire spread. » More Details

Issue Date: 06/04/2016

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Accident during an emergency planning drill - issue 248

LPB248, April 2016

Several deviations to an emergency plan were made while a drill was taking place, which ultimately resulted in five people requiring rescue and treatment following CO2 exposure. » More Details

Issue Date: 06/04/2016

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Pneumatic explosion during work on a pipe at a pyrotechnic plant - issue 248

LPB248, April 2016

An organisation’s substandard safety culture was the root cause of an explosion during work to replace and disassemble a dye tank in the work’s annual maintenance shutdown period. » More Details

Issue Date: 06/04/2016

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Oil spill from a sub-surface connection pipeline - issue 248

LPB248, April 2016

Corrosion caused by an unexpected interaction between a kerosene pipe’s protection system and an adjacent water pipe ultimately resulted in 846 tonnes of kerosene seeping into the soil prior to its detection. » More Details

Issue Date: 06/04/2016

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Emergency preparedness and response - issue 248

LPB248, April 2016

A selection of case studies from the ARIA database focussing on organisation of on-site emergency planning and response, and the interface with off-site response organisations. » More Details

Issue Date: 06/04/2016

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Editorial - issue 248

LPB248, April 2016

Introduction to the third special issue from BARPI focussing on accidents presented during the 2015 IMPEL seminar » More Details

Issue Date: 06/04/2016

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Issue 248

LPB248, April 2016

Safety case studies learned from issue 248, April 2016 » More Details

Issue Date: 06/04/2016

£62.00

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