October 2020

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Safety: Strategic considerations in contemporary process safety management

During this unprecedented industry crisis spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, the process industry’s response has been multi-faceted, showing its generosity and humanitarian side, as well as its collective resilience to an environment filled with formidable challenges.

Shah, G. C., Wood Group

During this unprecedented industry crisis spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, the process industry’s response has been multi-faceted, showing its generosity and humanitarian side, as well as its collective resilience to an environment filled with formidable challenges. As forecast experts suggest, this crisis will likely bring major shifts in markets and the way industry functions. One relevant question in this context is, “How will this crisis affect process safety management in the near term and mid-term?” The bottom line will remain invariant: safety and cost-effectiveness. Several contemporary strategic issues are identified that could impact process safety management. Some key issues (FI

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