System Security Management Process Science And Technology

March 23, 2020

Industrial safety is a very old, but unfortunately new to the consciousness of many entrepreneurs, managers, managers, area managers, supervisors and workers, which means that many companies reflect a high accident rate. Only until a catastrophic event live and suffer the consequences (loss of life, economic and environmental affectations) is when you take the importance of this issue, then employers invest large amounts of money for accident prevention provided it does not impact in production and company profits, for their part, supervisors, managers face a crossroads that dictate the policies of employers who require more performance and productivity of their processes and zero accidents and disruption to the environment, the workers by his side in the everyday of their working hours undermine the importance of compliance with procedures and safety rules that are established in their workplaces. This is based on the need to develop mechanisms or means to impact on the culture of people in an organization, enabling alignment of three hierarchical levels (executive, middle management and operational) for achieving productivity and safety as a common goal. The Security Management Process is part of the efforts that some governments and international companies have implemented to meet this need. In the U.S. the Standard 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR, for its acronym in English) Part 1910.119 Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals in Mexico and the Mexican Official Standard NOM-028-STPS-Safety Work organization in the process of chemicals, establishing a series of controls by topic (operation, maintenance, training etc.) that contribute to achieving security goals mainly in processes that handle hazardous chemicals to achieve a common goal-Security Productivity through the terms of that regulations, it is necessary to see the controls of each item with a systemic approach, using a model to establish a relationship objective and clear between each control set, which is achieved through design, development and implementation of a System of Safety Management Process (SASP). This system consists of 13 elements that systematically applied to the main operations of a process, allow to maintain the operational continuity of the same and that the risks of the process are identified understood and controlled.

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