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Editorial - issue 254

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Editorial for the Emergency Planning & Response special issue 'The perfect response team - or not' by Ken Readman, SIESO Chairman » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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Issue 254

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Safety case studies learned from issue 254, April 2017 » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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Natech emergency management - issue 254

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Using case studies from around the world, Elisabeth Krausmann highlights the unique difficulties associated with emergency planning and response for Natech incidents and makes recommendations on how to deal with these challenges. » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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Emergency procedures - issue 254

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Andy Brazier explains why emergency procedures may not provide adequate support for operating staff, and sets out some guidelines to help in writing more effective ones. » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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Observations on the emergency response at the ammonia release at Potchefstroom in 1973 - issue 254

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Phillip Carson and Tony Fishwick revisit this 1973 accident to analyse the emergency response to accident, illustrating how present-day practice, standards and legislation may help to alleviate the effects of similar incidents. » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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News in brief - issue 254

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News from the process safety field. » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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Lessons learned on emergency preparedness from Buncefield - issue 254

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Graham Atkinson considers the lessons learned relevant to emergency preparedness at large flammable sites as a result of the Buncefield incident, highlighting where vulnerabilities still exist. » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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Unignited propane release from a road tanker - issue 254

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John Wilkinson describes how this incident, which was initially assumed to be a simple procedural violation, was actually much more complex with a wide range of organisational learning potential. » More Details

Issue Date: 01/04/2017

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Can power engineers learn from the process industries - issue 253

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Matt Clay discusses a pilot study looking at how electricity distribution network operators could adopt process industry hazard identification techniques to deploy power technologies safely and efficiently. » More Details

Issue Date: 01/02/2017

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Issue 253

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Safety case studies learned from issue 253, February 2017 » More Details

Issue Date: 01/02/2017

£62.00

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