Chevron said it was working with the CSB to make changes to its process hazard analysis programme, while strengthening the refinery's reliability programme for piping and equipment.
What does PRHA stand for?
PRHA stands for Process Hazard Analysis (chemical process safety, industrial process safety)
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 10 other meanings of PRHA in our Acronym Attic
- Policy Rating History (insurance)
- Primary and Rural Health (California)
- Prolactin-Releasing Hormone (also seen as PRLH)
- Purely Right-Handed (metamaterials)
- Parkland Regional Health Authority (Canada)
- People's Refreshment Houses Association (UK)
- Petersburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority (est. 1968; Petersburg, VA)
- Polish Reining Horse Association
- Preliminary Hazard Analysis
- President of the Royal Hibernian Academy
- Public Rental Housing Assistance Program (Australia)
- Penn Reviews in the History of the Book (University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA)
- Periodic Reception History Broadcast (computing)
- Post-Retirement Health Benefit
- Puerto Rico Hapkido Brotherhood (online sports group)
- Puerto Rico Home Builders Association
- Pacific Regional Humanities Center (University of California at Davis and US NEH)
- Pella Regional Health Center (Iowa; est. 2005)
- Peterborough Regional Health Centre (Ontario, Canada)
- Pink Roccade Healthcare (Netherlands)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It built into the ERM system risk assessment tools such as process hazard analysis, layer-of-protection analysis, and project development and management functions.
Among other requirements, the rule: * requires industries to perform process hazard analysis at each step of the chemical process; * mandates hazard analysis of at least 50% by May 1995, at least 75% by May 1996, and completion by May 1997; * requires industry to provide written operating plans on how to implement employee participation; * requires employers to provide employees with access to process hazard analyses, including safety procedures such as lockout/tagout; * holds contractors responsible for training workers; * requires employers to train workers on specific safety and health standards; and * mandates employers to certify in writing that workers have the ability and knowledge to perform their jobs.
A key component of this commitment is a process hazard analysis for each plant process involving hazardous chemicals.
performing a process hazard analysis to find potential problems before an accident is critical, says Art Mundt, expertise center leader for process safety services at Dow in Freeport, Texas.