The Process Safety Forum (PSF) has published its latest newsletter, featuring key safety messages from around the world as well as the latest information on the ever-evolving challenge of functioning safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This edition deals with:
The impact of a second wave of COVID-19 on operations.
The importance of avoiding complacency while regulators are attempting to return to regular inspections.
The repercussions of and response to the near-miss of the Balham Rail Incident, which highlights the dangers of good safety-critical communication.
The Environment Agency’s new five-year strategy.
Check out the latest newsletter over at the PSF’s website and, if you haven’t subscribed, please do so to stay up-to-date on trending information in our sector.
You can also check out the archive of newsletters, going back over the last five years.
The Process Safety Forum seeks to share knowledge on key topics through its Knowledge Exchange publications, which are available here. This is also the place to stay up to date with guidance and information about COVID-19.
More About the Forum
The Process Safety Forum (PSF) was set up to provide a platform whereby initiatives, best practice, lessons from incidents and process safety strategy can be distilled and shared across sectors; to influence our stakeholders (including the Regulator); and to drive the process safety management performance agenda.
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