Process Safety Management

Our PSM team members have extensive regulatory knowledge and practical experience. We know what a successful PSM program looks like. In fact, our PSM team assisted with the 2nd edition of the CCPS text —Guidelines for Auditing Process Safety Management Systems. With our diverse industry experience, our PSM leaders ensure that your program has the proper focus:

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Our PSM services concentrate on protecting people by systematically managing the highly hazardous chemicals in your facility—keeping processes under control and materials in the pipes.psm_img1

  • Sage’s PSM philosophy is one of continuous improvement that incorporates other successful industry practices:
  • We understand the realities of running a successful PSM program, and know the ins and outs of the OSHA Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (PSM) Standard (29 CFR 1910.119) and EPA 40 CFR 68 Chemical Accident Prevention Provision/Risk Management Plan (RMP).
  • Our PSM quality audits benchmark how your system elements are working against good industry practice, rather than minimum regulatory requirements.

In the end, a well-developed PSM program goes beyond compliance to yield exceptional process safety culture, equipment integrity, and process reliability.

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PSM PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

  • Applicability Review and Options Analysis
  • PSM Program Development
  • Compliance and Management System Audits
  • Compliance and Enforcement Support
  • Program Training
  • National Emphasis Program (NEP) Inspections
  • Pre-Startup Safety Review Implementation
  • Engineering Standards Update and Implementation

PROCEDURE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION

  • Facility Needs Assessment
  • Review/Revision of Existing Procedures
  • Development of New Procedures

PROCESS HAZARD ANALYSIS (PHA)

  • PHA Facilitation
  • PHA Training PHA
  • Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA )

RISK MANAGEMENT

  • Quantitative Risk Assessment
  • Risk Management Programs (RMP)

PROCESS SAFETY INFORMATION

  • Technical Documents and Specifications
  • P&ID Reviews/Updates
  • Engineering Drawings

MSDS UPDATE AND REVIEW

  • Management of Change
  • Process and Procedure Development
  • Review and Evaluation

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MECHANICAL INTEGRITY

  • Development and Implementation
  • Inspection Procedures
  • Covered and Critical Process Equipment
  • QA/QC Procedures

INCIDENT INVESTIGATION

  • Root Cause Identification
  • Preventative Measures

ENSURING FEEDBACK LOOP FACILITY SITING

  • Siting Evaluations for Explosion, Fire and Toxic Hazards
  • Modeling – Blast Zone, Radiant Heat, Emergency Release

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

Our commitment to safety starts at home. Sage’s safety group presides over all the companies in our family and reinforces safety standards that go beyond current regulations. For Sage, safety is a continuous improvement process – the life cycle of a safety program. Our ongoing focus regarding safety is to:

  • Observe and Analyze
  • Train and Implement
  • Audit and Evaluate
  • Improve and Adjust

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If you have worked with Sage Enviromental Engineering, you’ve come to expect first-class consulting expertise and unparalleled support on all of your environmental compliance projects. As a full-service safety consultancy, we apply that same level of excellence when assisting our clients on safety-related services and projects. David Perron Womens Jersey