Hans J. Pasman : Risk analysis and control for industrial processes: gas, oil and chemicals: a system perspective for assessing and avoiding low-probability, high-consequence events
Faculty of Applied Economics
Engineering sciences. Technology
Turkish economic review
, p. 321-323
This book discusses high-impact low-probability risks (so-called HILP risks) in the gas &oil sector and the chemicals using industries. The text is written in an agreeable style, yet at the same time also suitable for technical experts in risk management and process safety. The book is inclusive, in the sense that a triple perspective is used and the history, the present, as well as the state-of-the-art of dealing with HILP risks is discussed. Both technical and non-technical aspects are thoroughly elaborated, and, wherever possible and useful, linked with hazardous materials data and accident scenario information. The book might be interesting for process safety specialists, but it may also be employed as a handbook or reference work in academia.