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INHERENTLY SAFER SYSTEMS CHECKLIST

The intent of this checklist is to stimulate discussion and thinking about process improvements, and to encourage the concept of avoiding and reducing hazards, not just preventing/ mitigating consequences of hazard by adding protective equipment. “Out-of-the-box” thinking is strongly encouraged. The content of this checklist was extracted from CCPS “Inherently Safer Chemical Processes: A Life Cycle Approach”1 (ISCP Book).

The checklist questions are not always pertinent for an individual facility or for every phase of a new process/project or an existing facility. The checklist should be tailored for your facility and for the stage the checklist is being applied for new processes, as follows:

• During the chemistry-forming (synthesis) phase for product/process research and development to focus on the chemistry and process

• During the facilities design scoping and development prior to completion of the design basis to focus on equipment and configuration

• During the basic design phase of the project

The checklist should also be tailored for existing processes in your facility to be used during a Process Hazard Analysis, when appropriate for the Process Hazard Analysis Team. Some items may need to be reviewed by a team that is outside of the Process Hazard Analysis Team, because the personnel with the appropriate expertise or ability may not be a part of the Process Hazard Analysis Team. Issues, such as considering the transportation of hazardous materials, may require the ability to renegotiate contracts with shippers.

CCHMP will review how the Stationary Source determined the appropriate checklist for that facility and for the stage of assessment, when the facility is audited or during an unannounced inspection.

CCHMP extracted the worksheet format as presented in the second edition of the ISCP Book as approaches to inherently safer systems strategies and incorporated additional considerations and provided the following checklist as example questions to consider:

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Attachment C Inherently Safer Systems Checklist Date: June 15, 2011

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