Chemical Process Safety and Hazards

This session gives us clear view of process safety, different types of hazards, and effects of hazardous and steps to control them. Chemical process safety is the management skill or blend of engineering which focuses on the preventing catastrophic accidents, near misses, particularly structural collapses, explosions, fires and toxic releases.


Examples of hazards:


1.       Liquid hazards (acids, solvents, chemicals etc.)


2.       Vapor and fumes (vapors of ammonia, hcl, h2so4 etc.)


3.        Flammable materials (petrol, diesel oil etc.)


Types of hazards: environmental hazards, food hazards, bio hazards, natural hazards


These hazards are dangerous to environment and human health that i why a special care is taken to handle these type of compounds and study of all those techniques is studied under the huge branch of chemical engineering known as chemical process safety.


On a recent market analysis, it was found that the global market for hazardous waste management will grow to nearly $33.9 billion by 2019 from $23.8 billion in 2014

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