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Operational Risk

Operational Risks Management(ORM) or Risk Based Process safety Management(PSM) System focuses on preventing fires, explosions and accidental chemical releases in chemical process facilities or other facilities dealing with hazardous materials such as refineries, and oil and gas (onshore and offshore) production installations. Operational safety management is cyclic process that should go through operational risk assessment, risk decision making, and implementation of risk controls, which results in acceptance, mitigation, or avoidance of risk.
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Process Safety ManagementTraining

In the chemical, petrochemical and most other industries, you will find that all companies are required to have an occupational safety program, with a focus on personal safety. The focus of these programs is to prevent harm to workers from workplace accidents such as falls, cuts, sprains and strains, being struck by objects, repetitive motion injuries, and so on. They are good and in fact, very necessary programs. They are not, however, what Process Safety is about.
Process Safety is defined as “a discipline that focuses on the prevention of fires, explosions, and accidental chemical releases at chemical process facilities”. Such events don't only happen at chemical facilities, they occur in refineries, petrochemicals, solid handling plants, water treatment plant, offshore drilling facilities, pharmaceuticals etc. Another definition is that process safety is about the prevention of, preparedness for, mitigation of, response to, or restoration from catastrophic releases of chemicals or energy from a process associated with a facility.
In early phase of PSM, TSM offers a full range of potential fastening solutions to customer requirements. We continue to provide our dedicated support throughout the entire life cycle for capability development. It is our primary objective to produce time-to-market services with the highest quality and the most cost-effective solution.
  • Risk management program establishment
  • Managing future safety program effectively
  • Compliance with standards
  • Process Safety Information
  • Process Hazard Analysis
  • Emergency Planning and Response
  • Training
  • Management of Change
  • Contractors
  • Mechanical Integrity
  • Hot Work
  • Incident Investigation
  • Compliance Audits
  • Trade Secrets
  • Employee Participationv
  • Pre-startup Safety Review




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PSM Gap Assessment

PSM Gap Assessment is one of the most important parts of the PSM system and includes identifying deficiencies, and planning, following-up, and documenting the gaps. The purpose of this is to determine how system is working, what actions are appropriate and to establish priorities, timetables, resource allocations and requirements and responsibilities.
Gap Assessment ensures a structured Safety Management System, engagement and communication mainframe model to client Team for setting and developing a culture of Risk Based Process Safety Management and to have best in class management process that will help in creating advanced catastrophic risk awareness and develop risk based People Safety and PSM system and culture to minimize risks to an lowest acceptable level
TheSafetyMaster Mainframe Management Model will help client to establish specific Process Safety Management mainframe model in a strategic, innovative and collaborative way.
Our Teams will facilitate client team to have assessments, implementations or due diligence done to acquire and implement the master plan of successful process safety mainframe management model. TSM offers unique local or global TSMMM service by which site or corporate safety practices and organizations arise and persist, leading to successful business. The PSM Elements under evaluation will be as below
  • Risk management program establishment
  • Managing future safety program effectively
  • Learning from experience
  • Process Safety Information
  • Process Hazard Analysis
  • Operating Procedures
  • Training
  • Employee Participation
  • Pre-startup Safety Review
  • Contractors
  • Mechanical Integrity
  • Hot Work
  • Management of Change
  • Incident Investigation
  • Compliance Audits
  • Trade Secrets
  • Employee Participation
  • Emergency Planning and Response




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Risk Assurance

Risk Assurance is the process in which a site has safety system to ensure that risk is more effectively assured, creating and protecting value for Business, Environment and all of their stakeholders.    

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Emergency Planning & Response

A program to planning for possible emergencies; providing resources to execute the plan with clear roles and responsibilities; practicing and continuously improving the plan; training or informing employees, contractors, neighbors, and local authorities on what to do, how they will be notified and how to report an emergency; and effectively communicating with stakeholders in the event an incident does occur. Through this, our client can focus on
  • Compliance with standards
  • Prevent fatalities and injuries
  • Reduce damage to buildings, stock, and equipment
  • Protect the environment and the community

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Incident investigation

The incident investigation management system is a written document that defines the roles, responsibilities, protocols, and specific activities to be carried out by personnel performing an incident investigation. Near misses, human factors and legal issues in special considerations in both preplanning and deploying the incident investigation management system. Through this, our client can focus on .
  • Root cause of the incident
  • Strengthen the protection of layer
  • Eliminates or decreases risks, consequences, or the probability of either one
  • Final report with findings of incident

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MIQA

Mechanical Integrity is the programmatic implementation of activities necessary to ensure that important equipment will be suitable for its intended application throughout the life of an operation. MI programs vary according to industry, regulatory requirements, geography and plant culture. A practical MI program will fit within a facility’s existing process safety and RMPs as well as other improvement initiatives (e.g., reliability, quality).
Quality assurance of the Mechanical Integrity program begins with the procurement of reputable engineering firms that design the facility and its layout and selection of fabrication/installation contractors that construct and assemble the equipment and systems on the structure. It continues when vendors, manufacturers and/or production personnel calibrate and commission the facility. Personnel charged with developing and administering the MIQA program can optimize the process by taking advantage of existing programs and by knowing which people and groups of people are responsible for related activities. Through this, our client can focus on An MIQA program can expect benefits in the following areas:
  • Safety of people, technology & business
  • Asset reliability
  • Cost avoidance (including safety, environmental, and financial costs)
  • Regulatory compliance and industry association commitments
  • Reduced liability and reduced damage to corporate reputation

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PSSR Prestartup Safety Review

The term pre-startup safety review (PSSR), in its simplest definition, means a final check prior to initiating the use of process equipment. When the term is used as a part of the overall process safety management program at a facility, it implies a management system within that program for ensuring that new or modified processes are ready for startup.
As each change, the associated risk, and the process in question may be unique, applying PSSR in a systematic way to your work processes simply represents a good business practice. When The SafetyMaster conducts PSSR for you, you will get to understand
  • The change is more likely to operate as intended
  • RAGAGEPs practices
  • Design specifications originally intended

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Process Hazards Analysis & Risk Management

PHA studies are the foundation of risk management program. A PHA formulates a list of hazards and generic hazardous situations by considering the following process characteristics
  • Raw materials, intermediate and final products and their reactivity
  • Operating environment
  • Operational activities (testing, maintenance, etc.)
  • Plant equipment
  • Interfaces among system components
Through this, our client can focus on-
  • Know your risk beyond process hazards
  • Analysis of potential causes and consequences of fires, explosions and releases of toxic Chemicals
  • Facility layout
  • Analysis business risk
  • Qualitative ranking of hazardous situations

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Facility Siting

Hazards are everywhere and can lead to severe consequences if not managed properly. A facility siting study assesses potential explosion, flammable, and toxic consequences. Facility siting study results identify hazard vulnerabilities to aid with identification of potential mitigation strategies.
Examples of mitigation strategies to be considered include occupancy reduction, upgrading a building’s blast resistance, building relocation to areas less susceptible to damage, installing flammable or toxic gas detection with automatic or manual ventilation shutdown, providing personnel protective equipment, etc. Companies address facility siting not only to comply with regulations but also to meet industry guidelines on safety systems.
Through this, our client can focus on
  • Meeting best international practices
  • Protection of health and safety of employee
  • Protecting site infrastructure
  • Cost benefits