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Title
Process safety education : a literature review
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Abstract
In this article, an extensive literature review has been carried out about process safety education. We drafted a process safety model able to systematize the literature review and investigated scientific papers as well as professional articles and so-called grey literature. The presence of a common background emerged, although possibilities for optimization of university curricula are possible, as well as harmonization within universities in different countries and between universities and industry. More collaboration in the field of process safety education is recommended, thereby also involving government agencies and/or control authorities and inspection bodies. In the light of the prevention of major accidents in the chemical industry, the process safety education topic deserves to receive more attention from all parties involved, that is, academia, industry and authorities.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Journal of loss prevention in the process industries. - Stoneham
Journal of loss prevention in the process industries. - Stoneham
Publication
Oxford : Elsevier sci ltd , 2018
ISSN
0950-4230
Volume/pages
54 (2018) , p. 18-27
ISI
000437998000003
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UAntwerpen
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External links
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Creation 05.03.2018
Last edited 17.11.2021
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