Loss Prevention Bulletin

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Issue 260

LPB260, April 2018, cover

Safety case studies learned from issue 260, April 2018 » More Details

Issue Date: 10/04/2018

£62.00

Why and where hazards occur in the food processing industry - issue 260

LPB260, April 2018, cover

Robert Rutter and Paula Haran explain why process safety risk awareness has traditionally been low in the food processing industry and introduce some of the main process hazards that are encountered. » More Details

Issue Date: 10/04/2018

£12.00

The potential of self-ignition of meat and bone meal stored in large stockpiles - issue 260

LPB260, April 2018, cover

Zsuzsanna Gyenes discusses the self-ignition properties of meat and bone meal with examples of fires that have resulted in areas where it is stored in large amounts. » More Details

Issue Date: 10/04/2018

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Drum burst due to runaway reaction and the limits of MOC - issue 259

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Alexis Pey describes how an apparently very small process change, that was evaluated according to the organisation’s management of change procedures, ultimately resulted in a drum burst following a runaway reaction. » More Details

Issue Date: 05/02/2018

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Fires caused by disaster waste after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake - issue 259

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Naoharu Murasaw et al analyse the numerous fires that occurred in the Tohoku area following the 2011 earthquake and explain the range of causes involved. » More Details

Issue Date: 05/02/2018

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Accident involving a runaway reaction - issue 259

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Phillip Carson highlights the importance of establishing the thermochemistry of a reaction and understanding the engineering control measures required to avoid runaway reactions. » More Details

Issue Date: 05/02/2018

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Beware subtle changes - issue 259

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Muhamad Ghazi outlines how even very minor changes to design or operational can introduce hazards that are not immediately obvious without carrying out an adequate risk assessment. » More Details

Issue Date: 05/02/2018

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Why do we keep repeating major accidents - issue 259

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Rajender Dahiya and Priyal Dahiya analyse the most common gaps in incident investigations and the subsequent learning process, concluding with some improvement tips to help overcome these gaps. » More Details

Issue Date: 05/02/2018

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Issue 259

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Safety case studies learned from issue 259, February 2018 » More Details

Issue Date: 05/02/2018

£62.00

Hydroxylamine incidents in Japan and the USA - issue 259

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Hiroshi Koseki reviews the findings of investigations into the causes of some hydroxylamine explosions that occurred in Japan and the USA, and outlines the lessons learned from them. » More Details

Issue Date: 05/02/2018

£12.00

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