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Develop a Plan to Implement Flood Mitigation Measures:
Flood mitigation guide consists of action items organized in a checklist and provided in Excel format. The following water treatment system components are covered:
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Set of 53 user configurable ISA S20 Compliant Datasheets in Excel format. Low-cost solution fundamental to OSHA Process Safety Management. Summarize specs for Equipment, Valves, Instrumentation, and Switches.
Set of 80 user configurable ISA TR20 Compliant Datasheets in Excel format. Analysis, Valve & Regulator, Flow, Level, Pressure & Differential Pressure, Pressure Safety, Receiver, Temperature, Weight, and Position Devices. ISA TR20 is a newer standard than ISA S20.
Free download of control valve sizing worksheets. Perform traditional Cv calculations. Graph the installed flow characteristic and installed gain of a valve when it is installed in a particular system. Based on ANSI/ISA-75.01.01 (IEC 60534-2-1 Mod) -2012 "Flow Equations for Sizing Control Valves."
Manage your process hazard and risk analysis. Improve the quality of your PHA with our consistent framework that provides What-If question, scenario, risk, and equipment management. Import data easily. Organize and filter your What-If study information.
Ammonia Process Hazard Analysis Question Set for Refrigeration Systems and OSHA PSM and EPA Risk Management. Most of what is needed for any ammonia system regardless of size is included in this question set absent any site specific issues that are always unique to the situation.
Use these questions to help identify potential hazards. Questions pertain to Process, Equipment, Operations, Maintenance, Personnel Safety, Fire Protection, Environmental Protection, and Management / Policy Issues.
A Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) is the heart of any well developed Process Safety Management program. The objective of a PHA is to develop a thorough, orderly, systematic approach for identifying, evaluating, and controlling potential hazards within a process involving potentially hazardous chemicals.
Intro PHA video providing a real-world What-If Scenario and its' Likelihood, Consequence and Severity. The Risk Matrix is discussed. Applicable Engineering / Administrative Controls for mitigating the risk are presented.
Instructional video for the What-If PHA Spreadsheet (PHA Tool). Demonstrates Importing Equipment, Areas, Processes, and What-If Questions. Presents the workbook operation, selection of questions, and creation of a What-If Session. Charts are shown for the Risk Assessment Matrix, Likelihoods, Severities, and Risk Assessment Values.
PHA Revalidation per OSHA PSM / EPA RMP Regulation (Section 2760.2)(f) At least every five years after the completion of the initial PHA, the PHA shall be updated and revalidated by a team meeting the requirements in section (d)
Use our template for consolidating numerous regulations and multiple emergency response plans concerning releases of ammonia or other hazardous substances into one functional plan. Our template is geared towards ammonia refrigeration systems however it is useful for any facility with a hazardous chemical inventory.
Specify the physical properties and electrical characteristics of an induction motor with our fully editable datasheet template. Induction Motor Datasheet Template provided in friendly Excel format.
Inspection, Instrumentation, Electrical, Fixed - Rotating Equipment, and Rigging. Designed for OSHA PSM and EPA Mechanical Integrity Requirements. 97 maintenance procedures provided in Microsoft Word format.
Major Equipment, HVAC, Building, and Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Procedures Checklists. PM Checklists are in Excel format. Recommended maintenance intervals are included. Build your Preventive Maintenance Program or CMMS Task Library.
Analyze your resources (ie: employees, vacation, holiday, sick leave, etc.) to ensure you have sufficient man-hours for your annual corrective and preventive maintenance. Establish the frequency for how often tasks are performed.
Go that extra step to protect your employees from catastrophic risks.
Peter Drucker, the renowned modern business guru, is credited with the following: “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it...”
Use our Leading Indicators Template in Excel to improve workplace safety, improve workers' compensation outcomes, and reduce costs.