Hazard Identification Methods
Helping the manager or safety specialist to decide the most appropriate technique for hazard identification, this guide provides an overview of the techniques used in the process industries. It also offers a concise assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of each technique, directing the reader to selected references. weaknesses, is based on the experience of European Process Safety Centre members. This is combines witht the experience of the authors who have worked with EPSC.
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