PSSR…the Nearly Forgotten and Misunderstood PSM Element Webinar
Most engineers in the chemical process industry talk about MOC with authority, but you rarely hear them mention PSSR in the same breadth. It seems that all of the elements of PSM are important for discussion but one…PSSR or Pre-Start-up Safety Review; but why? Join us at our next webinar where we explore the role and importance of PSSR / Operational Readiness Review.Space Is Limited. Reserve Your Webinar Place.
Date: 30th January 2020
Time: 09:00 (CST)
Length: 1 Hour
PSSR was, and is, as important as any of the elements of PSM/RMP/BSSE for two reasons.
PSSR is also known as Operational Readiness Review. PSSR was, and is, as important as any of the elements of PSM/RMP/BSSE for two reasons. First, PSSR is a redundant check that a change has been reviewed, analyzed, approved and accomplished in a quality manner. In a “quality manner” means the change has been accomplished, usually by maintenance staff, in a manner acceptable by operations. The change must be completely done and well done. Secondly, a PSSR is intended to be a check that all process safety information has been updated and all the training has been accomplished concerning the change.
Join a free live webinar presentation and explore the role and importance of PSSR, the many challenges industries face when performing PSSR and various mitigation paths.
You Will Learn:
PSM standards and requirements for PSSR
What drives the need for PSSR?
Why is PSSR important?
The importance of PSSR in a variety of areas
When should I perform a PSSR?
Who should perform a PSSR?
Where does PSSR fit in the process?
PSSR is not just compliance
Why do we limit PSSR to Safety?
What are ways PSSR can be used to improve the organization?
Benefits of PSSR doesn’t have to be limited
PSSR Success and Failure
Technology Do’s and Don’ts
Ben Rawls is a professional data engineer & software consultant, with a BS in Management Information Systems from University of Houston. As an Application Services Manager for BHP Billiton, Ben was responsible for implementation, delivery and support of HSE software utilized by the organization across the globe.
As a Technical Engineer, Project Manager, Consultant for Rolls-Royce, Ben has vast experience within the implementation of several software solutions, providing best practice consulting, installation, technical configuration, training, and service delivery for future, and current customers.