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Process Safety Performance Indicators: The UK Experience in Major Hazard Industries Seveso Conference 2010 Stockholm 19 May 2010 Peter Dawson Principal Process Safety Specialist Inspector Hazardous Installations Directorate UK Health and Safety Executive peter.hid.dawson@hse.gsi.gov.uk Presentation outline ã ã ã ã ã ã ã Terminology and definitions Where we started and why, in the UK. Wider perspective - world incident learnings. How PSPIs can help prevent major incidents. How PSPIs can be de
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  Process Safety Performance Indicators: The UK Experience in Major Hazard IndustriesSevesoConference 2010Stockholm19 May 2010 Peter Dawson Principal Process Safety Specialist InspectorHazardous Installations DirectorateUK Health and Safety Executive peter.hid.dawson@hse.gsi.gov.uk  Presentation outline ã Terminology and definitions ã Where we started and why, in the UK. ã Wider perspective -world incident learnings. ã How PSPIs can help prevent major incidents. ã How PSPIs can be developed and used. ã UK approach to PSPI implementation. ã PSPI example  Terminology & definitions ã Process Safety (PS) –prevention, control and mitigation of incidents and events with potential to cause death, major injuries and/or significant damage. Clear distinction from personal safety. ã Key Performance Indicator (KPI) –includes wide range of metrics used to measure business, operational and safety performance. ã Process Safety Performance Indicator (PSPI) -HSE uses PSPI to mean a small number of selected site specific indicators for monitoring the performance of key risk controls. Specific type of safety KPI.  Where we started and why in the UK ã BP Refinery, Grangemouth, Scotland 2000: A series of loss of containment incidents –prosecution and a record fine. http://www.hse.gov.uk/comah/bpgrange/ ã A good safety record when viewed by lost time incident rate but BP did not know how well it was managing major hazard risks ã Management system discouraged reporting of bad news –senior managers assumption ‘no news is good news’

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