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June 6, 2019
10:00-11:00AM

Improving Process Safety Through Conduct of Operations

Don Abrahamson, Principal, Process Safety Engineer, Abrahmason Consulting

Expo A1

Conduct of Operations (ConOps) is one of the 20 Risk Based Process Safety elements from the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS). ConOps is about performing tasks according to expectations, policies and procedures and behaving in a safe and professional manner to reduce variability, reduce human error, increase safety and enhance effectiveness. This presentation will discuss specific examples on what to include in a ConOps management system to institutionalize the pursuit of excellence in the performance of everyday tasks and minimizes variations in performance. Included will be specific examples on how to incorporate ConOps activities into your operations such as: Process Safety Officer, Operations Shift Change, Maintenance-Operations Hand-Over, Verification after Maintenance, Communications, Inhibiting Safety Systems, Labeling, Housekeeping, Lighting, Tool Management, Control of Access to Unit and Safe Minimum Staffing. ConOps is about running a “Tight Ship” or “Walk

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2019-06-06 10:00:00 2019-06-06 11:00:00 America/Detroit Improving Process Safety Through Conduct of Operations Conduct of Operations (ConOps) is one of the 20 Risk Based Process Safety elements from the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS). ConOps is about performing tasks according to expectations, policies and procedures and behaving in a safe and professional manner to reduce variability, reduce human error, increase safety and enhance effectiveness. This presentation will discuss specific examples on what to include in a ConOps management system to institutionalize the pursuit of excellence in the performance of everyday tasks and minimizes variations in performance. Included will be specific examples on how to incorporate ConOps activities into your operations such as: Process Safety Officer, Operations Shift Change, Maintenance-Operations Hand-Over, Verification after Maintenance, Communications, Inhibiting Safety Systems, Labeling, Housekeeping, Lighting, Tool Management, Control of Access to Unit and Safe Minimum Staffing. ConOps is about running a “Tight Ship” or “Walk Expo A1