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Stakeholder Outreach – Risk Based Process Safety: Pillar 5

Pillar 5 (Risk Based Process Safety) – Stakeholder Outreach

Stakeholders outreach is a process for:

  • Seeking out individuals or organisations that can be or believe they can be affected by company operations and engaging them in a dialogue about Process Safety;
  • Establishing a relationship with community organisations, other companies and professional groups, and local/state authorities; and
  • Providing accurate information about the company and facility’s products, processes, plans, hazards, and risks.

This process ensures that management makes relevant Process Safety information available to a variety of organisations. 

This element also encourages the sharing of relevant information and lessons learned with similar facilities within the company and with other companies in the industry group. 

Finally, the outreach element promotes involvement of the facility in the local community and facilitates communication of information and facility activities that could affect the community.

Related Vlogs

 Check out the Vlog on “Introduction to RBPS” and also an accompanying Quiz (Advanced Level).

CCPS Risk Based Process Safety Introduction_RBPS
Risk Based Process Safety Quiz_Advanced Level

Gap Analysis Tool

Risk Based Process Safety Gap Analysis Tool Free Template

Check out the excel Gap Analysis Tool that I have developed focusing on the 20 pillars (or elements) within the RBPS framework.

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The Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS)  describes Process Safety Management (PSM) as:

“The application of management principles and systems to the identification, understanding and control of process hazards in order to prevent process related injuries and accidents”.

Extracted from my 3 Day  Process Safety Management (PSM) Training Course (which includes workshops, role playing and examples). .

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