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ISBN 978-88-95608-
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Table of Contents & Authors Index
Small-scale screening procedure to identify deflagration potential of bulk solids 1
Aeby Christian, Berset Delphine, Gmeinwieser Thomas, Heinz Luisa, Hoehn Pascale, Obermüller Roland, Schoppel Gerhard, Schwaninger Mischa DOI: 10.3303/CET2290001
Non-Chemical Process Industry Applications of Bowtie Analysis 7
Amyotte Paul, Vanberkel Peter, Khan Faisal, Rayner Brown Kayleigh, Turner Lauren, Alauddin Mohammad DOI: 10.3303/CET2290002
Application of statistical analysis for the identification of critical bottom areas due to corrosion in atmospheric storage tanks 13
Ancione Giuseppa, Mennuti Canio, Bragatto Paolo, Milazzo Maria Francesca, Proverbio Edoardo DOI: 10.3303/CET2290003
Risk assessment for ship-to-ship LNG bunkering 19
Aneziris Olga, Koromila Ioanna A., Nivolianitou Zoe DOI: 10.3303/CET2290004
Tackling the behaviour of vegetable oil fire in case of maritime accident: towards a crisis management decision support system 25
Aprin Laurent, Cotte Laura, Le Floch Stephane DOI: 10.3303/CET2290005
Integrating knowledge graph, complex network and Bayesian network for data-driven risk assessment 31
Bai Yiping, Xing Yuxuan, Wu Jiansong DOI: 10.3303/CET2290006
Advantages of the Recursive Operability Analysis in Updating the Risk Assessment 37
Barozzi Marco, Soffientini Lorenza, Zanon Gianluca, Perelli Sara, Scotton Martina Silvia, Copelli Sabrina DOI: 10.3303/CET2290007
An extended procedure to predict flammable cloud generation resulting from tank overfilling scenario 43
Boot Hans, Ruiz Perez Sonia DOI: 10.3303/CET2290008
Why a Hydrogen fireball should not be modelled as a BLEVE event 49
Boot Hans, Ruiz Perez Sonia DOI: 10.3303/CET2290009
Green Hydrogen Production Routes: an Inherent Safety Assessment 55
Cipolletta Mariasole, Casson Moreno Valeria, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290010
Promoting safety societies with a non-stationary multidimensional model that prioritizes flood risks under climate change effects 61
da Silva Lucas Borges Leal, Alencar Marcelo Hazin, de Almeida Adiel Teixeira DOI: 10.3303/CET2290011
de Barnier Thibaud, Olivier-Maget Nelly, Bourgeois Florent, Gabas Nadine, Iddir Olivier DOI: 10.3303/CET2290012
Ignition and Self-heating Risk Assessment of Hydrocarbon Polluted Soils 73
Dufaud Olivier, Jančs Agnčs, Henrion Jérémy, Sigot Léa, Laubie Baptiste, Simonnot Marie-Odile DOI: 10.3303/CET2290013
Mist can explode, but still no standard! Proposal of a combustible sprays test method 79
El-Zahlanieh Stephanie, Souza Dos San Idalba, Brunello David, Tribouilloy Benoit, Blanchard Christian, Koenig Charly, Vignes Alexis, Dufaud Olivier DOI: 10.3303/CET2290014
Development for Prediction Model for Environmental Condition of Deterioration Phenomena for Asset Integrity Management 85
Fuchino Tetsuo, Kitajima Teiji, Shimada Yukiyasu, Miyazawa Masazumi DOI: 10.3303/CET2290015
CFD study to assess safety aspects of TPRD releases from heavy-duty hydrogen vehicles and trains in tunnels 91
Hansen Olav Roald, Hansen Eirik Sřreide, Kjellander Malte Torbjörn, Martini Remi DOI: 10.3303/CET2290016
The role of burning velocity in the validity of hybrid mixtures 97
Helegda Matouš, Skrínský Jan, Jastrzembski Tomáš, Vereš Ján, Cespiva Jakub, Ochodek Tadeáš DOI: 10.3303/CET2290017
An experimental and numerical study of the blast created by BLEVE of superheated water contained in a pipe 103
Heymes Frederic, Hoorelbeke Pol, Chanut Clement DOI: 10.3303/CET2290018
A deterministic approach for modeling of plausible accident scenarios according to the German Major Accident Ordinance 109
Jablonski Dariusz, Buhn Jörn Bernhard DOI: 10.3303/CET2290019
Safety of alternative energy sources: A review 115
Jankuj Vojtech, Spitzer Stefan H., Krietsch Arne, Štroch Petr, Bernatík Aleš DOI: 10.3303/CET2290020
Flashpoint of Battery Mixtures in Order to Improve their Safety 121
Jastrzembski Tomáš, Poledník Jan, Rybanský David, Skrínský Jan DOI: 10.3303/CET2290021
Passive Autocatalytic Recombiners as Explosion Prevention and Mitigation Tool in Hydrogen Energy and Transport Infrastructures 127
Kirillov Igor A. DOI: 10.3303/CET2290022
Safety analysis as integral part of chemical processes intensification and integration 133
Labovská Zuzana, Šulgan Branislav, Labovský Juraj, Jelemenský Ludovít DOI: 10.3303/CET2290023
Risk analysis: Challenges and Perspectives 139
Le Coze Jean-Christophe, Marcon Thomas, Vallée Agnčs, Masse François, Plot Emmanuel, Mazri Chabane, Boutillon Marine DOI: 10.3303/CET2290024
A risk aspect of periodic testing on pressure relief valves 145
Lee Shenae, Barros Anne, Lundteigen Mary Ann, Paltrinieri Nicola DOI: 10.3303/CET2290025
An approach to update the failure rates of safety barriers based on operating experience 151
Lee Shenae, Khakzad Nima, Schmitz Peter, Reniers Genserik, Hĺbrekke Solfrid, Paltrinieri Nicola DOI: 10.3303/CET2290026
Digital twin concept for risk analysis of oil storage tanks in operation: A systems engineering approach 157
Lee Shenae, Haskins Cecilia, Paltrinieri Nicola DOI: 10.3303/CET2290027
CFD Analysis of Explosions with Hydrogen-Methane-Air Mixtures in Congested Geometries 163
Lucas Melodía, Hisken Helene, Skjold Trygve, Arntzen Bjřrn J. DOI: 10.3303/CET2290028
A Macro-systematic Accident Propagation Analysis for Preventing Natural Hazard-induced Domino Chain in Chemical Industrial Parks 169
Men Jinkun, Chen Guohua, Yang Yunfeng DOI: 10.3303/CET2290029
An innovative framework for chemical and process facilities to support a comprehensive Natech risk assessment 175
Misuri Alessio, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290030
The role of safety barrier performance depletion in the escalation of Natech scenarios 181
Misuri Alessio, Landucci Gabriele, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290031
Evaluation of safety scenarios for fires in waste disposal facilities through numerical simulations 187
Mocellin Paolo, Vianello Chiara, Maschio Giuseppe DOI: 10.3303/CET2290032
Investigation of sublimating dry-ice bank due to accidental release in the framework of CCS risk analysis. 193
Mocellin Paolo, Carboni Mattia, Pio Gianmaria, Vianello Chiara, Salzano Ernesto DOI: 10.3303/CET2290033
Experimental Studies on Ignition Behavior of Pure Disilane and Its Lower Flammability Limit 199
Nguyen Thanh-Trung, Cao Kai-Quan, Yang Ming-Hsuan, Chen Jenq-Renn, Tsai Hsiao-Yun, Gordon Michael, Ngai Eugene Y. DOI: 10.3303/CET2290034
Safe and Efficient Disposal of Hexachlorodisilane Liquid 205
Nguyen Thanh-Trung, Huang Yu-Wen, Yan Pei-Xuan, Hu Yu-Chun, Tsai Hsiao-Yun, Chen Jenq-Renn, Ngai Eugene Y. DOI: 10.3303/CET2290035
Holistic review of Risk Assessment Methodologies 211
Pey Alexis, Steinkrauß Marc DOI: 10.3303/CET2290036
Organic Dust Explosions: Is It All Just About Pyrolysis? 217
Pietraccini Matteo, Badu Peter, Glaude Pierre-Alexandre, Dufour Anthony, Dufaud Olivier DOI: 10.3303/CET2290037
Na-Tech Risk: a New Challenge for Local Planners 223
Pilone Eleonora, Demichela Micaela, Camuncoli Gianfranco DOI: 10.3303/CET2290038
Preliminary risk assessment of hydrogen refuelling stations in a multifuel context 229
Pique Sylvaine, Quesnel Sebastien, Weinberger Benno, Nouvelot Quentin, Houssin Deborah, Vyazmina Elena, Torrado David, Saw Ju-Lynne DOI: 10.3303/CET2290039
Autoignition temperature of alcohol/air mixtures 235
Poledník Jan, Jastrzembski Tomáš, Rybanský David, Skrínský Jan DOI: 10.3303/CET2290040
Analysis of the ability to spontaneous combustion and ignition from hot plate of dried sewage dust 241
Pólka Marzena, Lepík Petr, Skrížovská Michaela, Bernatík Aleš DOI: 10.3303/CET2290041
Asset integrity in the case of Wildfires at Wildland-Industrial Interfaces 247
Ricci Federica, Scarponi Giordano Emrys, Pastor Elsa, Planas Eulŕlia, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290042
The quantitative assessment of damage to the environment in major accidents caused by natural events 253
Ricci Federica, Bonvicini Sarah, Casson Moreno Valeria, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290043
A systemic approach methodology to measure process and plant safety 259
Rodriguez Hernandez Manuel, Yousefi Abouzar DOI: 10.3303/CET2290044
Covid-19 pandemic influence on the presence of micro and nanoplastics in the environment 265
Roupcova Petra, Kubatova Hana, Batrlova Katerina, Klouda Karel, Slany Jan DOI: 10.3303/CET2290045
Explosion characteristics of a biogas/air mixtures 271
Rusín Jirí, Chamrádová Katerina, Jastrzembski Tomáš, Skrínský Jan DOI: 10.3303/CET2290046
Benchmark of European practices for land-use planning around Seveso establishments 277
Salvi Olivier, Caillard Bastien, Bolvin Christophe, Lheureux Emmanuel, Benjelloun Fessel DOI: 10.3303/CET2290047
A simple hazard scenario identification method for risk assessment on chemical hazards to prevent fire and explosion for open space work 283
Shimada Yukiyasu, Sato Yoshihiko, Takahashi Akiko DOI: 10.3303/CET2290048
Self-ignition behaviour of bulk materials: How reliable is the extrapolation of laboratory tests? 289
Schmidt Martin, Gödde Markus, Salg Steffen, Erdt René DOI: 10.3303/CET2290049
Random failures of mechanical components in safety instrumented systems 295
Schmitt-Pauksztat Gregor, Hablawetz Dirk DOI: 10.3303/CET2290050
Dynamic risk assessment of chemical process systems using System-Theoretic Accident Model and Process (STAMP) and failure propagation model 301
Sun Hao, Wang Haiqing, Yang Ming, Reniers Genserik DOI: 10.3303/CET2290051
Overview of the risk assessments for hydrogen refuelling stations in Japan 307
Suzuki Tomoya, Shiota Kento, Nakayama Jo, Izato Yuichiro, Miyake Atsumi DOI: 10.3303/CET2290052
A study of required information for risk assessment in management of change based on business process model 313
Takeda Kazuhiro, Fuchino Tetsuo, Kitajima Teiji, Shimada Yukiyasu, Iuchi Kensuke, Saito Hideo DOI: 10.3303/CET2290053
The periodical review of safety reports in France for upper-tier Seveso establishments 319
Tillier Nicolas, Bolvin Christophe, Vallée Agnčs DOI: 10.3303/CET2290054
DYN-RISK – Design and Development of a Dynamic Risk Assessment Tool 325
Vairo Tomaso, Bragatto Paolo, Milazzo Maria Francesca, Pettinato Margherita, Fabiano Bruno DOI: 10.3303/CET2290055
Fuel cells for shipping. An Approach towards Dynamic Safety Assessment 331
Vairo Tomaso, Cademartori Davide, Carpanese Maria P., Clematis Davide, Barbucci Antonio, Fabiano Bruno DOI: 10.3303/CET2290056
Multidimensional risk assessment in natural gas pipelines: Managing risk categories based on sensitivity analysis information 337
Viana Francisco F. C. L., Alencar Marcelo Hazin, Ferreira Rodrigo J. P., de Almeida Adiel Teixeira DOI: 10.3303/CET2290057
Methodology for a combined Safety and Security Analysis based on classic HAZOPs for Operational Technology Insert 343
Biernath Johannes, Dürrwang Jürgen, Schmidt Jürgen, Denecke Jens DOI: 10.3303/CET2290058
Enclosure safety in a case of hydrogen, CNG, or LNG accidental release from a bus tank 349
Brzezinska Dorota, Januszewski Janusz DOI: 10.3303/CET2290059
Numerical simulation of LNG dispersion in harbours: a comparison of flammable and visible cloud 355
Carboni Mattia, Pio Gianmaria, Vianello Chiara, Mocellin Paolo, Maschio Giuseppe, Salzano Ernesto DOI: 10.3303/CET2290060
Chemical and thermal effects of trace components in hydrogen rich gases on combustion 361
Eckart Sven, Pio Gianmaria, Krause Hartmut, Salzano Ernesto DOI: 10.3303/CET2290061
On the hazard investigation of polymerizing substances through experimental methods and theoretical chemistry 367
Fayet Guillaume, Rotureau Patricia, Vicot Patricia DOI: 10.3303/CET2290062
Minimum Ignition Temperature of Hybrid Mixtures 373
Gabel Dieter, Geoerg Paul, Napetschnig Philipp, Krause Ulrich DOI: 10.3303/CET2290063
Study on the synergistic effect of multicomponent gas mixture on the dynamic characteristics of gas explosion 379
Gao Jiancun, Yang Xigang, Hu Shoutao, Hong Zijin, Li Ruxia DOI: 10.3303/CET2290064
Direct determination of burning velocity during aluminium flame propagation 385
Chanut Clement, Heymes Frederic, Lopez Christian DOI: 10.3303/CET2290065
Simultaneous measurement of burning velocity and turbulence intensity ahead the flame front during aluminum flame propagation 391
Chanut Clement, Saad Al Hadidi Fares, Heymes Frederic, Lopez Christian DOI: 10.3303/CET2290066
Combining CFD and experimental approaches to optimize a spray release in a 20 L sphere 397
Chot-Plassot Pierre, Vignes Alexis, Murillo Carlos, Lacome Jean-Marc, El-Zahlanieh Stephanie, Bardin-Monnier Nathalie, Dufaud Olivier DOI: 10.3303/CET2290067
A Bow-Tie Approach for the Identification of Scenarios Induced by Physical Intentional Attacks to Chemical and Process Plants 403
Iaiani Matteo, Tugnoli Alessandro, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290068
Risk Identification for Cyber-Attacks to the Control System in Chemical and Process Plants 409
Iaiani Matteo, Tugnoli Alessandro, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290069
Review into RDF fire and explosive hazards 415
Januszewski Janusz, Brzezinska Dorota DOI: 10.3303/CET2290070
Attractiveness Assessment of Chemical Facilities Operating in Critical Areas: Development of a Semi-Quantitative Methodology Tailored to the Maghreb Context 421
Landucci Gabriele, Tonelli Jacopo, Tortolini Alessia, Marroni Giulia, Pepe Emanuela, Tamburini Francesco DOI: 10.3303/CET2290071
New experimental findings of temperature and turbulence influence on the safety characteristics of dusts 427
Leksin Alexey, Pellmont Günther DOI: 10.3303/CET2290072
Risk control of overtopping phenomenon after a catastrophic tank failure through optimized bund design 433
Luan Xiaoyang, Huo Jiali, Zhao Shuaiyu, Zhang Bin DOI: 10.3303/CET2290073
Dynamic simulation and verification test for vent sizing of runaway reaction 439
Mizuta Yuto, Sumino Motohiko, Nakata Hiroaki, Izato Yuichiro, Miyake Atsumi DOI: 10.3303/CET2290074
A numerical study of effects of an industrial hazardous release on people egress 445
Mocellin Paolo, Vianello Chiara DOI: 10.3303/CET2290075
Analysis of thermal load of pressure cylinders with flammable gases in fire 451
Mynarz Miroslav, Jankuj Vojtech, Lepík Petr DOI: 10.3303/CET2290076
Critical Issues in Short-cut Modelling of Massive Carbon Dioxide Releases 457
Palazzi Emilio, Currň Fabio, Vairo Tomaso, Fabiano Bruno DOI: 10.3303/CET2290077
Progress in Inherently Safer Design for Chemical Processes 463
Park Sunhwa, Pasman Hans J., El-Halwagi Mahmoud M. DOI: 10.3303/CET2290078
Particle Size Distribution in a Godbert-Greenwald Furnace: Experiments and Modelling 469
Pietraccini Matteo, Danzi Enrico, Marmo Luca, Glaude Pierre-Alexandre, Dufour Anthony, Dufaud Olivier DOI: 10.3303/CET2290079
Kinetic parameters for safety of hydrogen-containing mixtures 475
Pio Gianmaria, Eckart Sven, Salzano Ernesto, Krause Hartmut DOI: 10.3303/CET2290080
Modelling pressure tanks under fire exposure: past experience, current challenges and future perspectives 481
Scarponi Giordano Emrys, Bradley Ian, Landucci Gabriele, Birk ?Albrecht Michael, Cozzani Valerio DOI: 10.3303/CET2290081
A Mathematical Model for the Prediction of the Kst for Metallic Dusts as a Function of the Particle Size Distribution 487
Scotton Martina Silvia, Barozzi Marco, Derudi Marco, Copelli Sabrina DOI: 10.3303/CET2290082
Protection of chemical reactors against exothermal runaway reactions with smart overpressure protection devices 493
Schmidt Carsten, Biernath Johannes, Schmidt Jürgen, Denecke Jens DOI: 10.3303/CET2290083
Strategy for ISO 4126 into 2030 – future standardization of pressure protection systems 499
Schmidt Jürgen DOI: 10.3303/CET2290084
Experimental Investigation and CFD Modelling of Storage Tank Breathing 505
Schmidt Natalie, Sundermann Michel, Denecke Jens, Schmidt Jürgen, Davies Michael DOI: 10.3303/CET2290085
Explosion characteristics of methane at low and elevated initial temperatures 511
Skrínský Jan, Ochodek Tadeáš, Cespiva Jakub, Vereš Ján DOI: 10.3303/CET2290086
Comparative Study on standardized ignition sources part 2: Exploration of the initial igniting volume of standardized ignition sources for the determination of explosion characteristics 517
Spitzer Stefan H., Jankuj Vojtech, Krietsch Arne DOI: 10.3303/CET2290087
Driving Dynamics Study in Firefighting Vehicles Drivers Training on a Training Polygon 523
Šudrychová Izabela, Jonová Karolína, Polednák Pavel, Jánošík Ladislav, Jánošíková Ivana DOI: 10.3303/CET2290088
Flammability of halogenated liquids: Flash points limits 529
Tribouilloy Benoit, Paillery Esteban, Binotto Ghislain, Marlair Guy DOI: 10.3303/CET2290089
Cryogenic Hydrogen Storage Tanks Exposed to Fires: a CFD study 535
Ustolin Federico, Scarponi Giordano Emrys, Iannaccone Tommaso, Cozzani Valerio, Paltrinieri Nicola DOI: 10.3303/CET2290090
Experimental investigation into the consequences of release of liquified hydrogen onto and under water 541
van Wingerden Kees, Kluge Martin, Habib Abdel Karim, Skarsvĺg Hans L., Ustolin Federico, Paltrinieri Nicola, Odsćter Lars H. DOI: 10.3303/CET2290091
Medium-scale tests to investigate the possibility and effects of BLEVEs of storage vessels containing liquified hydrogen 547
van Wingerden Kees, Kluge Martin, Habib Abdel Karim, Ustolin Federico, Paltrinieri Nicola DOI: 10.3303/CET2290092
Time dependence of gas-phase emissions from 3D printer filaments 553
Vežníková Hana, Skrížovská Michaela DOI: 10.3303/CET2290093
Essential Aspects of Pressure Safety – Experiences from Industrial Practice 559
Wichmann Oliver, Dünger Udo, Stellmacher Volker DOI: 10.3303/CET2290094
An exploratory study on uncertainty analysis in quantitative risk assessment of domino effects 565
Xu Yuanyuan, Reniers Genserik, Yang Ming, Yuan Shuaiqi, Chen Chao DOI: 10.3303/CET2290095
An approach for identification of integrated safety and security barriers in the chemical process industries 571
Yuan Shuaiqi, Yang Ming, Reniers Genserik, Chen Chao DOI: 10.3303/CET2290096
Widespread sensors and Artificial Intelligence for a novel Safety Management System at the Seveso sites. 577
Ansaldi Silvia M., Bragatto Paolo DOI: 10.3303/CET2290097
Runaway Boundaries for PI Controlled Tubular Reactors 583
Barozzi Marco, Scotton Martina Silvia, Copelli Sabrina DOI: 10.3303/CET2290098
Resilient Safer Approach to cope the oily waste generation in industrial facilities: lessons learned from Cuban installations. 589
Castro Rodríguez David Javier, Gutiérrez Benítez Omar, Bermúdez Acosta Jelvys, Poma Rodíguez José, Rabassa Rabassa Dayana, Viera Ribot Orlando, Casals Pérez Enmanuel, Chiampo Fulvia, Godio Alberto, Demichela Micaela DOI: 10.3303/CET2290099
The Hazards of Transient Operations 595
Clarke Ian DOI: 10.3303/CET2290100
Increasing Safety by Shifting Semi-Batch Polymerizations into Semi-Continuous Production 601
Copelli Sabrina, Petrucci Noemi Barbara, Florit Federico, Barozzi Marco DOI: 10.3303/CET2290101
Experience Report on Adiabatic Reaction Calorimetry in Safety Engineering 607
Delibalta Ömer F., Engel Lukas, Gosewinkel Martin DOI: 10.3303/CET2290102
Review of selected chemical accident report sites regarding major accident investigation and lessons learnt needs 613
Dobeš Pavel, Martiníková Barbora, Klecka Vít, Lepík Petr, Novotný Petr, Danihelka Pavel DOI: 10.3303/CET2290103
CFD-modelling of large scale LH2 release experiments 619
Hansen Olav Roald, Hansen Eirik Sřreide DOI: 10.3303/CET2290104
Escape Route Improvement by Specialized Escape and Evacuation Simulation for Oil and Gas Facility 625
Hiroya Yoshinori, Oogami Tomohiro, Nishinari Katsuhiro DOI: 10.3303/CET2290105
Evaluation of the management of explosive atmospheres in milling companies: the Île-de-France region example 631
Jančs Agnčs, Dufaud Olivier DOI: 10.3303/CET2290106
Learning from incidents at Seveso sites: a focus on the safeguarding of containments prior to start of operations 637
Manuel Henk Jan, Kooi Eelke, Wolting Bert DOI: 10.3303/CET2290107
Key Learnings From Recent Lithium-ion Battery Incidents that have impacted e-mobility and Energy Storage Fast Growing Markets 643
Marlair Guy, Lecocq Amandine, Bordes Arnaud, Christensen Paul, Truchot Benjamin DOI: 10.3303/CET2290108
Explosion of 14th January 2020 at IQOXE, Tarragona, Spain 649
Neyraval Philippe, Egan Simon Mark, Basco Jose, Arques Javier Soro DOI: 10.3303/CET2290109
The role of carbon in explosion of dust-air mixtures 655
Ryšavý Jirí, Šudrychová Izabela, Skrínský Jan, Garba Martin, Kaszová Tereza, Horák Jirí DOI: 10.3303/CET2290110
Ammonia pressure station in SEVESO establishment – Case study focused on the impact on the environment 661
Sikorova Katerina, Gerlochova Marie, Senkyplova Eva DOI: 10.3303/CET2290111
Hazardous Spray Release from a Pipeline under Maintenance: Causes and Lessons Learned by a Combined Accident Analysis Perspective 667
Vairo Tomaso, Magrě Stefania, Reverberi Andrea P., Fabiano Bruno DOI: 10.3303/CET2290112
The effect of solid inhibitors on hydrogen-air combustion 673
van Wingerden Matthijs, Skjold Trygve, Roosendans Dirk, Dutertre Antoine, Pekalski Andrzej DOI: 10.3303/CET2290113
Small Data Also Matter in Process Safety 679
Vaudrey Hervé, François Joseph-Marc DOI: 10.3303/CET2290114
Learning lessons from chemical incidents – What’s stopping us and how we can make it happen 685
Wood Maureen Heraty, Koutelos Konstantinos, Hailwood Mark, Cowley Charles DOI: 10.3303/CET2290115
Safety culture as an essential part of prevention of major accidents – the situation within companies falling under the Seveso III directive in the Czech Republic 691
Berger Filip, Slovackova Ivana DOI: 10.3303/CET2290116
A reference framework to build crisis exercise for strategic crisis unit: an integrated approach from scenario to debriefing 697
Bony-Dandrieux Aurélia, Secheppet Mélanie, Bouillet Philippe, Tixier Jérôme DOI: 10.3303/CET2290117
Control of plant ageing at Seveso sites: achievements in research and transfer to current practice 703
Bragatto Paolo, Milazzo Maria Francesca, Vairo Tomaso, Hansler Rikkert, Bellamy Linda J. DOI: 10.3303/CET2290118
A Risk-Based Grey Relational Analysis for Identifying Key Performance Shaping Factors to Promote the Management for Human Reliability during Shipping LNG Offloading 709
Ge Jun, Zhang Renyou, Wu Siyuan, Xu Ning, Du Yulu DOI: 10.3303/CET2290119
Improving the assessment of human barriers: an innovative methodology for the Energy industry 715
Guglielmi Dina, Paolucci Alessio, Fraboni Federico, Mariani Marco Giovanni, Pietrantoni Luca, Casson Moreno Valeria, Cozzani Valerio, Mora Cristina, Borzi Marco, Soscia Irene, Scataglini Luciano DOI: 10.3303/CET2290120
Safety Decision-Making for laboratory processes in Academia 721
Jung Anastasia, Meyer Thierry DOI: 10.3303/CET2290121
Competence oriented education of future HSE professionals: lessons learned 727
Kocurková Lucie, Rehácek Jakub, Toft Yvonne, Dell Geoff, Schenk Christian, Pinto da Costa Susana Raquel DOI: 10.3303/CET2290122
Improving the management and use of operating instructions for process safety 733
Lindgren Mats DOI: 10.3303/CET2290123
Improving an Observation Tool of crisis management teams by involving Crisis Managers 739
Secheppet Mélanie, Bony-Dandrieux Aurélia, Bouillet Philippe, Tixier Jérôme DOI: 10.3303/CET2290124
Analysis of human and organization factors related accident reports based on natural language processing 745
Yang Shuo, Demichela Micaela, Geng Jie, Tao Hongjie DOI: 10.3303/CET2290125
Simulations and their use in verification of preparedness 751
Brumarová Lenka, Cerná Lenka, Brumar Jakub DOI: 10.3303/CET2290126
The role of safety in the framing of the hydrogen economy by selected groups of stakeholders 757
Derempouka Efthymia, Skjold Trygve, Njĺ Ove, Haarstad Hĺvard DOI: 10.3303/CET2290127
Organizational solutions for employee training to be included in the safety management system 763
Gajek Agnieszka DOI: 10.3303/CET2290128
PPS Roadmap 2025 – Bayer’s Vision and Strategy for the Future of Process and Plant Safety 769
Hanisch Felix DOI: 10.3303/CET2290129
Recognition of process safety position in multiple-criteria decision analysis in process design 775
Janošovský Ján, Boháciková Viktória, Rosa Igor, Vincent Gregor, Labovská Zuzana, Jelemenský Ludovít DOI: 10.3303/CET2290130
Creating a learning organisation 781
Kerin Trish DOI: 10.3303/CET2290131
Process safety - the ultimate team sport 787
Kerin Trish, Eglezos Phil DOI: 10.3303/CET2290132
IGUS – 60 Years of Successful International Collaboration on Safety of Unstable Substances 793
Mak Wim, de Jong Ed, Malow Marcus, Martinez Anna DOI: 10.3303/CET2290133
Strategic Implementation of Risk Based Process Safety in Process Plant Organization 799
Tanabe Masayuki, Miyake Atsumi DOI: 10.3303/CET2290134
Coping with flood Natech events: A safety framework to make chemical clusters more resilient 805
Zeng Tao, Chen Guohua, Reniers Genserik DOI: 10.3303/CET2290135