Process Safety Management

As a leading petrochemical company across the country, ASPC has started for the first time the implementation of a process safety management system as the most effective and comprehensive way of preventing process-based incidents and reducing the related damage with an approach to preventing the leakage of dangerous materials.

After the establishment of the process safety management system based on the OSHA 1910.119 standard in 2011, the number of process-based incidents has decreased significantly, so that the process-based incidents index has decreased from 3 (before implementing the project) to 0.4 in April 2015. The company’s new approach to the establishment of the new risk-based process safety management system modeled on the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) has been taken in 2015.

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Process safety management system based on the OSHA 1910.119 standard

Process-based incidents index


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Column: Year – Row: Incidents rate