July 2018

Environment and Safety

Upgrade the ALARP model as a holistic approach to project risk and decision management: A case stud

A previous article1 outlined the extended approach of the ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable) approach to the direction of the lifecycle project risk management and decision-making process.

Benintendi, R., De Mare, G., Nesticó, A., University of Salerno

A previous article1 outlined the extended approach of the ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable) approach to the direction of the lifecycle project risk management and decision-making process. A case study is presented in this article. The ALARP case study: Clean fuels project Clean fuels projects (CFPs) aim to reduce the benzene and sulfur contents of fuels. Many oil companies have already completed CFPs, or have CFPs in progress, to be competitive on the world market and to increase their processing capacities. Table 1 shows a sampling of major oil companies that have finished, started or are planning to implement CFPs. The clean fuels

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