Steps for Complying with Process Safety Management (PSM) Reg
Steps for Complying with Process Safety Management (PSM) Regulations (1993)-The words Process Safety Management, or PSM, seem to be on the lips of everyone involved with highly hazardous materials. Much of the interest has developed with the issuance of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Process Safety Management (PSM) regulations (29 CFR Part 1910.119) which became effective on May 26, 1992. These regulations are designed to protect employees from the risks associated with accidental releases of highly hazardous chemicals. Besides wondering how the PSM movement developed momentum, many of those individuals responsible for their company's compliance with industry guidelines and state and federal regulations are struggling with questions like, "What are we required to do?", "What is our current status?", and "What should we do first?" In response to these questions, this paper outlines the background and history behind the Process Safety Management regulations, describes the requirements from the regulations, and presents a list of steps to follow in order to comply with the regulations.
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