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Study and Analysis on Petroleum and Chemical Industries Using Various Tools and Techniques


Author(s):

Roshan Jain , SKSITS INDORE; Vivek Shukla, MIST INDORE

Keywords:

Petroleum, Chemical, Risk, Hazards, Plant Layouts, Mathematical Models, Computational Parameters, Fuels, OSHA, HAZOP, HAZOP Sheets

Abstract:

Hazard identification is a key part of any injury and illness prevention program within a business (especially small and medium sized companies). If hazards aren't identified, then they can't be mitigated properly. This tool is designed to help company leadership as well as workers practice more effectively identifying hazards. The OSHA Hazard Identification Training Tool (Play as Owner mode) is a game, aimed at entrepreneurs and managers, in which player’s practice identifying and prioritizing various workplace hazards. The game presents five generalized elements of a hazard identification program and a set of scenarios targeting different industries. Using hazard identification process fundamentals from the game, it is possible to apply safe work practices in any setting. A hazard and operability study (HAZOP) is a structured and systematic examination of a complex planned or existing process or operation in order to identify and evaluate problems that may represent risks to personnel or equipment [1]. The intention of performing a HAZOP is to review the design to pick up design and engineering issues that may otherwise not have been found. The present classification was performed in the areas of M/s HINDALCO Industries Ltd. (Unit - Birla Copper) DAHEJ, District Bharuch, Gujarat. The objective of this paper is to identify the zones where there is a need to provide flame proof or intrinsically safe electrical fittings because of the possibility of presence of explosive concentrations of flammable vapors or gases in the immediate environment.


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Manuscript Id :IJSTEV5I2018
Published in :Volume : 5, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/09/2018
Page(s): 6-19
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