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At PSMCI we offer a wide range of services covering all aspects Process Safety Management. If you would like to receive a quote call us or submit an online quote request. We look forward to serving you.

 

 

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PSM Program Development and Implementation
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If your PSM program has been sitting on the shelf for several years and no one at your facility quite understands what it says, much less how to implement it, then your not alone. We can help you through the process of developing a practical and straight forward PSM program that will make compliance doable. 

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PHA Team Leader Services 
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The PHA Team Leader qualifications under PSM regulations require a trained and experienced Team Leader to perform Process Hazard Analysis. The qualifications of the Team Leader are often called into question by OSHA inspectors. We offer experienced and certified Team Leaders to lead your team through the labyrinth of a PHA .
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PHA revalidation is required every five years.

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PHA's are often required when a change to the process occurs.

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Develop Site Specific Training Documentation
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Training requirements under PSM are far reaching and impact every person at your facility, including outside contractors. The scope of training needed to meet PSM requirements will include:

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New hire orientation 
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Evacuation procedures as defined in EAP.  

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Hazards of HHC as outlined in MSDS

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Procedure for reporting an HHC release.

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Overview of what PSM is and why it exists at your facility.  

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Overview of what a PHA is and why it is performed.  

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Employee's right to reasonable access to the above mentioned documents, including the location of those documents and their right to question those things they do not understand.  

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OSHA requires that employees not only be trained, but also that the employer can verify that the employee's understand. This is accomplished through a formalized testing; either written or verbal is accpeptable.

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Current employees 
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 Training updates and refresher training equal to new hire orientation training.

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Develop a written plan for regular refresher training.

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Develop a written plan for informing employees of changes to the PSM program.

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Develop a written plan for informing employees of the results of PHA’s.  

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Overview of what a PHA is and why it's performed.  

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Employee's right of reasonable access to the above mentioned documents and their right to question those things they do not understand.

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 HHC system operators
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Basic evacuation procedures as defined in EAP.

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Hazards of HHC as outlined in MSDS.  

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Procedure for reporting an HHC release.  

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Comprehensive understanding of PSM and their responsibility to implement and maintain the program.

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Initial training requirements to certify HHC system operators.  
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Site specific on the job training.

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Formalized training in process maintenance and operations.

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Trained, tested and certified on Operating Procedures.

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Read, understand and follow piping and instrumentation diagrams and block flow diagrams

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First Responders
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 Typically certified process operators.

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Proper response for handling small releases

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Proper procedures for responding to reported HHC releases of unknown origin or concentration.

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Training in the use of all safety and emergency related personal protective equipment and monitoring devices.

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Responsibilities during an emergency evacuation must be clearly defined.

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Responsibilities and procedures during an emergency system shutdown must be clearly defined, prioritized, and supported through documented training

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Limitation of responsibility: when to take a fall back position and when to retreat.  

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Supervisors
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Personal responsibilities during evacuations. 

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Evacuation procedures as defined in EAP.

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Hazards of HHC as outlined in MSDS

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Procedure for reporting an HHC release

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Overview of what PSM is and why it exists at your facility

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Overview of what a PHA is and why it's performed. 

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Employee's right of reasonable access to the above mention documents and their right to question those things they do not understand.  

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Three Year Compliance Audit
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The three year compliance Audit is a regulatory requirement designed to verify that the procedures, practices, and documentation required under the PSM standard are adequate and being followed at your facility. Audits that are attempted in-house are very often challenged by OSHA, creditability and the potential for biases are red flags to OSHA inspectors.  

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PSM GAP Analysis(for more information check HERE)
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A Gap Analysis is a thorough and detailed inspection and review process of your entire PSM program. Every element of PSM at your facility is scrutinized to assure compliance issues have been addressed, documented, and meets regulatory compliance.

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Development of Operating Procedures
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Developing concise, practical, and compliant SOPs is difficult and time consuming. Don't waste time and make the process more difficult then it has be. Let our experienced consultants guide you through the development process. We will work onsite with your operators and engineering staff during the development phase and follow-up with a comprehensive review/recommendation process. 

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Development and Implementation Guidance of Emergency Response Program 
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Guide facilities through the process of developing and implementing a workable and compliant Emergency Action Plan.

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Training Seminars (for more information check HERE)
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Onsite PSM 101 (3-day Class)
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This comprehensive seminar is specifically designed to give those with responsibility for developing, implementing and maintaining PSM a workable understanding of OSHA 1910.119.

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 Onsite PSM Awareness (1-day class)
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This PSM orientation will help those with limited responsibilities under PSM to have a working understanding of compliance objectives. This course is not recommended for those with direct responsibility for PSM.

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 Onsite Ammonia Refrigeration Refresher Training (1-day class)
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This training course meets PSM three year refresher training requirements for system operators utilizing the IIAR training formula.  

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Risk Management Plan Filing (RMP)
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Five Year RMP Refiling . Section seven of RMP program is built directly upon the PSM program. You must be PSM compliant to meet criteria outlined in your RMP submission. Filing an RMP with incorrect or false information is a federal crime. Section29 USC 666.(g): states that whoever knowingly makes any false statements, representation or certification in any application, record, plan or other documents filed or required to be maintained pursuant to the Act shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not more that $10,000, or by imprisonment for not more than six months or both.

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PSM Quality Assurance (QA) 
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We offer a full range of PSM services to guide to through expansion projects and new construction processes.

 

 




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