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- Safety Reviews are intended to identify plant conditions or operating procedures that could lead to an incident and result in injuries, significant property damage, or environmental impacts. A typical Safety Review includes interviews with many people in the plant: operators, maintenance staff, engineers, management, safety staff, and others, depending upon the plant organization. Safety Reviews should be viewed as cooperative efforts to improve the overall safety and performance of the plant, rather than interfering with normal operations or as a punitive reaction to a perceived problem.
- Reference: CCPS: guidelines for hazard evaluation procedures, third edition
- Technical Tools/Hazards Identification/Non-Scenario-Based Hazard Evaluation Procedures