Process Safety Management - Contractor Responsibilities Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - US
Process Safety Management - Contractor Responsibility Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - US
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… Employee Participation
Facility employers shall develop a written plan of action regarding the implementation of the employee participation required by this paragraph. Facility employers shall consult with employees and their representatives on the conduct and development of process hazards analyses and on the development of the other elements of process safety management in this standard. Facility employers shall provide to employees and their representatives access to process hazard analyses and to all other information required to be developed under this standard.
Process Safety Information
In accordance with the schedule set forth, the facility employer shall complete a compilation of written process safety information before conducting any process hazard analysis required by the standard. The compilation of written process safety information is to enable Replace with Company Name and the employees involved in operating the process to identify and understand the hazards posed by those processes involving highly hazardous chemicals. This process safety information shall include information pertaining to the hazards of the highly hazardous chemicals used or produced by the process, information pertaining to the technology of the process, and information pertaining to the equipment in the process.
Information Pertaining to the Hazards of the Highly Hazardous Chemicals in the Process
This information shall consist of at least the following:
(i) Toxicity information;
(ii) Permissible exposure limits;
(iii) Physical data;
(iv) Reactivity data:
(v) Corrosivity data;
(vi) Thermal and chemical stability data;
(vii) Hazardous effects of inadvertent mixing of different materials that could foreseeably occur.
Note: Material Safety Data Sheets meeting the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1200(g) may be used to comply with this requirement to the extent they contain the information required by this subparagraph.
Information Pertaining to the Technology of the Process
Information concerning the technology of the process shall include at least the following: A block flow diagram or simplified process flow diagram; (B) Process chemistry; (C) Maximum intended inventory; (D) Safe upper and lower limits for such items as temperatures, pressures, flows or compositions; and, (E) An evaluation of the consequences of deviations, including those affecting the safety and health of employees. Where the original technical information no longer exists, such information may be developed in conjunction with the process hazard analysis in sufficient detail to support the analysis. ....