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Keeping a Pipe Straight That Was What Was Needed to Prevent the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Well Accident
‘I doubt the movie will examine anything similar to Béla Lipták’s technical analysis or remedies,’ says Jim Montague.
Oil and Gas Operators Have a Lot to Do Before November 15, 2011, to Meet the New SEMS Requirements
In the Wake of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster, Plants Are Putting Increased Emphasis on the Role of Environment, Health and Safety in Both High-Level Strategy and Day-to-Day Operations, According to Recent Research by Aberdeen
Why Aren't We Investing on Cybersecurity? What Are Our Reasons? Financial Or Just The Way We Human Beings React to Threats?
We Are Creatures of Habit, and We can't Get Beyond the Habits That Make Automation Accidents Happen
Maybe Everyone is Doing a Great Job, and This Seemingly Unending Series of Accidents Is Just Statistics Catching Up With Us
Apologies Only Make Environmental Damages Disappear in Fairy Tales, Yet There's a Lesson to Learned from Children's Fables
How to Do It Right. Liptak Focuses on the Phase During Which the Accident Occurred, Which Took Place During the Closing of the Well
If You Have an Opinion About the Way Your Plant, Your Country or Your World Is Being Run, It Is Up to You to Take Action
2010 Brought Dozens of Deaths and Injuries to Process Operators and Maintenance Personnel. What Do You Suppose 2011 Will Bring?
Readers Respond to the Current Oil Spill Crisis. See What They Have to Say
Liptak Describes the Sequence of Events and the Primitive Controls That Led to the Three Mile Island Accident
To Thrive in the Current Environment, We Need to Change the Way We Think and the Systems We Use to Manage Our Companies
Bela Liptak Discusses the Design and Control Errors at Fukushima, Because They Still Exist in Many American Boiling-Water Reactors (BWR) and Must Be Corrected
The Principles of Batch Automation Are Being Used in Continuous Process to Improve Process Safety and Quality, and to Compensate for Losing Older, Highly Experienced Operators
It All Depends on Whom You Ask. You Might Not, but the One-System Approach Has Its Risks
We've come a long way; still have a way to go.
In this article, we review some of the best questions submitted to our experts throughout the years.
Eastman Chemical uses PlantState Suite to integrate, implement and enforce best practices in alarm management.
When Flint's water source was switched from Lake Huron to the Flint River someone had to know of the health risks. Thousands of people were exposed and no one said anything to stop this disaster. Now children suffer the consequences and the government spends millions of dollars fixing a problem ...
The CSB deserves the support of everyone and every organization in the U.S. process industries.
Executive Editor Jim Montague tackles the topic of process safety and found that, although everybody may want to operate safely, few if any people want to talk openly and specifically about it.