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Originally compiled by Du Pont, this checklist can be used as input to the process of inherent safety reviews or process hazard analyses with the expressed purpose of stimulating discussion. The topics for the checklist were taken from CCPS, Guidelines for Engineering Design for Process Safety, AIChE, 1993 and Bolinger et al., Inherently Safer Chemical Processes: A Life Cycle Approach, AIChE, New York, 1996. Because the checklist is intended to be comprehensive, it has some redundancy between sections. The checklist also includes aspects of passive, engineered, and administrative controls in addition to reliance on the standard principles of inherently safer design. The checklist was directly excerpted from Appendix A4 of Guidelines for Hazard Evaluation Procedures (3rd ed, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2008).
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