Book: The Process Safety Professional. Chapter 1/3. The Process Safety Discipline
Many of our recent posts have been taken from the manuscript of the book The Process Safety Professional. The goal of the book is to describe some of the skills, knowledge and experience that are needed for a process safety professional to be effective in his or her work.
This book is not intended to be a process safety primer. There are many other books, such as our own Process Risk and Reliability Management, and the many publications from the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS), that fill that role.
We are releasing the contents of the chapters as they are finished to our paid subscribers. This post is the third in the series. It provides the third part of Chapter 1 — The Process Safety Professional.
Figure 1.1 provides a timeline that identifies some of the major steps in the development of the process safety management.
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