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PROCESS CONTROL AND PLANT SAFETYPROCESS CONTROL AND PLANT SAFETYGENERAL REFERENCE:Guidelines for Safe Automation of Chemical Processes, AIChE Center for Chemical Process Safety, New York, 1993.Accidents in chemical plants make headline news, especially when there is loss of life or the general public is affected in even the slightest way. This increases the public’s concern and may lead to government action. The terms hazard and risk are defined as follows:…
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