PSM Project Management Compliance Strategy

Employing Project Management Process Principles to Implement Process Safety Management (PSM) Compliance Strategy.

 

I.                    Initiating Project Management Planning Process Group (1)

                                                              i.      Project Integration Management

i.        Develop PSM Project Management Charter

a.                 Sr.  Director of Process Safety Excellence

b.                 Director of Safety & Health

c.                  Division Health and Safety Manager

ii.      Identify Stakeholders

II.                 Planning Process Group (2)

a.     Develop PSM Project Management Action Plan

b.     Plan Scope of Action

c.      Identify PSM requirements

                                                              i.       OSHA 29CFR 1910.119 (3)

i.        Audit PSM Program to determine compliance gaps

                                                            ii.      Identify responsibilities at department level

                                                         iii.      Apply (RAGAGEP) Recognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practice utilizing DIERS methodology to provide a system of relief device calculation, documentation and storage that meets Code compliance, Corporate standards, API, CGS, DIERS, and NFPA guidelines to comply with OSHA 29CFR 1910.119a and eliminate process safety gaps at plant sites.

                                                          iv.      Collect Requirements

i.        Identify process safety gaps

a.                 Employee Participation (4)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH & S

b.                 Collect and Maintain Process Safety Information (5)

                                                                                                                                   a.      Engineering & Operations

c.                  Perform Process Hazard Analysis (6)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH& S, Engineering, Operations, Safety

d.                 Develop and Maintain Accurate Operating Procedures (7)

                                                                                                                                   a.      Operations

e.                 Provide Employee Training (8)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S, Engineering, Operations, Maintenance

f.                   Provide Contractor Screening Training (9)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S, Engineering, Operations, Maintenance

g.                 Pre-Start-up Safety reviews (10)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S, Engineering, Operations, Mechanical

h.                 Mechanical Integrity (11)

                                                                                                                                   a.      Mechanical, Maintenance

i.                    Hot Work Permits (12)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S,

j.                    Management of Change (13)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S, Operation, Engineering, Mechanical, Maintenance,

k.                  Incident Investigation (14)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S, Engineering, Operations, Mechanical, Maintenance

l.                    Emergency Preparedness (15)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S

m.              OSHA Compliance Audit (16)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&S, Engineering, Operations, Mechanical, Maintenance,

n.                 No Trade Secrets (17)

                                                                                                                                   a.      EH&s

d.     Create Work break-down Schedule (WBS) (18)

i.        Phase I     (18a)

a.                 Locate and evaluate standard operating procedures (SOP’s)

b.                 Pull P&ID’s, PFD’s, MSD sheets, etc. and update

c.                  Identify relief devices & control systems

d.                 Identify protected equipment

e.                 Locate equipment data sheets

                                                                                                                                   a.      Vessels (certifications)

                                                                                                                                   b.      Pumps

                                                                                                                                    c.      Filters

                                                                                                                                   d.      Compressors

                                                                                                                                   e.      Others

f.                   Locate design base documentation

g.                 Review documentation or lack thereof

h.                 Walk-down process

i.                    Perform Assessment

j.                    Generate Assessment Report

ii.      Phase II   (18b)

a.                 Identity Hazop Action items

b.                 Determine applicable Code Compliance

c.                  Define credible scenarios

d.                 Calculate required capacity for each scenario

e.                 Determine worst-case scenario & design basis

f.                   Select standard relief orifice and capacity

g.                 Perform inlet/outlet pressure drop

h.                 Assess & Meet Code compliance

i.                    Compare existing design with proposed

j.                    Make recommendations

k.                  Generate design base documentation

l.                    Generate specification sheets

m.              Save to Relief Design database

e.     Project Time Management (19)

                                                              i.      Plan Schedule

i.        Select Project management software

                                                            ii.      Define Activities

i.        See WBS above

                                                         iii.      Sequence Activities

                                                          iv.      Estimate Activity Resources

                                                            v.      Estimate Activity duration

                                                          vi.      Develop Schedule

                                                       vii.      Control Schedule

f.       Project Cost Management (20)

                                                              i.      Plan Cost Management

                                                            ii.      Estimate Cost

                                                         iii.      Determine Budget

g.     Project Quality Management (21)

                                                              i.      Plan Quality Management

i.        Review PSM Audit Findings

a.                 Close action items

ii.      Review design base calculations

a.                 Close action items

iii.   Review design base documentation

a.                 Close action items

iv.    Bi-weekly Review conference

h.     Human Resource Management   (22)

                                                              i.      Plan Human Resource Management

                                                            ii.      Acquire Project Team

i.        EH &S

ii.      PSM Manager

iii.   Process Engineering

iv.    Projects

v.      Operations

vi.    Mechanical

vii. Maintenance

viii.                       Instruments and Control

ix.    Facilities Management

x.      Reliability Engineer

xi.    Computers & Software Design

xii.  Electrical Classification and Controls

xiii.                       Corrosion Expert

xiv.                       Reactivity Expert

xv.  PHA Facilitator

xvi.                       Relief Design Expert

xvii.                     DIERS Two-phase Expert

xviii.                   Lead Process Safety Engineer

                                                         iii.      Develop Project Team

i.        Provide Relief device training

a.                 Provide critical Code compliance

b.                 Provide design basis strategies

c.                  Provide selection strategy

d.                 Provide maintenance strategy

                                                          iv.      Manage Project Team

i.        Health & Safety Manager

ii.      PSM Manager

i.        Project Communication Management (23)

                                                              i.      Plan Communication Management

i.        Determine e-mail list

j.        Project Risk Management (24)

                                                              i.      Plan Risk

                                                            ii.      Identify Risk

i.        Reactivity

ii.      Compressed Gases

iii.   High Pressure

iv.    High Temperatures

v.      Fire

vi.    Explosion Hazards

vii. Dust Hazards

                                                         iii.      Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis

i.        Prioritize individual risk (critical or non-critical)

ii.      Assessing probability, occurrence and impact

a.                 Prepare Probability & Impact Matrix

                                                                                                                                   a.      Determine threshold

                                                          iv.      Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis

i.        Numerically analyze combined  effect of risk on project

a.                 Performed on critical risk

                                                            v.      Plan Risk Resources

i.        Implement Risk Response

a.                 Eliminate

b.                 Mitigate

c.                  Control

d.                 Emergency Response

k.      Project Procurement Management (25)

                                                              i.      Plan Procurement Management

i.        Relief valves

ii.      Piping

iii.   Equipment

iv.    Software

v.      Books

vi.    Instruments

vii. Other

l.        Project Stake-Holder Management (26)

                                                              i.      Identify Stakeholders

i.        Director Health & Safety

ii.      Division Health & Safety

iii.   PSM Manager

iv.    Plant Manager

v.      EHS Manager

vi.    Process Safety Leader

vii. Process Safety Engineer

viii.                       Operations Manager

ix.    Facilities Manager

x.      Maintenance Manger

xi.    Engineering Manager

xii.  Process Manager

xiii.                       Project Manager

xiv.                       Safety Training Coordinator

xv.  Systems Plant Engineers

xvi.                       Technical Assistants

xvii.                     Employees

xviii.                   Community at large

                                                            ii.      Manage Stake-holder Engagement

PSM Project Management Compliance Strategy

Employing Project Management Process Principles to Implement Process Safety Management (PSM) Compliance Strategy.

Follow procedures outlined in “Guidelines for Pressure Relief and Effluent Handling”, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) as compliance strategy to meet OSHA 29CFR1910.119 Process Safety Management Standard

"For example the AIChE has published technical reports on topics such as two-phase flow for venting devices. This type of technically recognized report would constitute good engineering practice." OHSA Appendix C 1910.119 Compliance Guidelines and Recommendations for Process Safety Managment.

 

Project Management Plan

IV.      Monitor & Control Process Group

           a.     Project Integration Management

                    i.      Monitor and Control Project Work

                   ii.      Perform Integrated Change Control

           b.     Project Scope Management

                   i.      Validate Scope

                  ii.      Control Scope

           c.      Project Time Management

                   i.      Control Schedule

           d.     Project Quality Management

                   i.      Control Quality

           e.     Project Human Resource Management

                   i.      Control Resources

            f.    Project Communication Management

                   i.      Monitor Communication

            g.     Project Risk Management

                     i.      Monitor Risk

                              i.     Positive risk

                             ii.     Negative risk

                            iii.     Pure risk

                            iv.    Business risk

                             v.      Risk Tolerance

                             vi.    Risk Threshold

                    h.     Project Procurement Management

                             i.      Control Procurement

                     i.      Project Stakeholder Management

                              i.      Monitor Stakeholder Engagement

V.                 Close Project or Phase