Process Safety Management ( PSM) & Risk Management (RMP)
Aggie Safety provides all kinds of support to its customers for Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Program (RMP).
Unique Safety Training Program & Audits For Workplace Safety
PSM & RMP
Aggie Safety provides all kinds of support to its customers for Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Program (RMP). Support can include the development of the complete programs, individual 14 elements, and, OR, auditing a facility for validating implementation of all PSM/RMP 14 elements. Audit support will also include solutions for any GAPs, audit findings. Support can be custom-based given the different complexities and operational background of various facilities.
Invaluable on-site support for project Oil& Gas . Engineering . Power . Roofing. Construction.
What is PSM? Salient Points:
- Feb 24, 1992: OSHA published final rule, “Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals.”
- It was developed after the Bhopal accident (1985); to prevent similar accidents
- Recognized by industry /government as an excellent regulation to reduce similar incidents
- 14 elements for owners/operators to follow
- CSB Video: Reflections on Bhopal After Thirty Years – Safety Messages – Multimedia | CSB
- Applicability: Total quantity of chemical handled at a facility if exceeds the listed thresholds (Toxic/flammable) – you are a PSM facility and need to follow PSM regulations
What is RMP? Salient Points:
- RMP published by EPA on June 20th, 1996
- In response to the Bhopal Incident in India (1984)
- Aim to decrease # / Magnitude of accidental release of toxic/flammable substances.
- RMP is designed to protect off-site people & environment, whereas PSM is for on-site people