The Design of a Practical Enterprise Safety Management System by Hossam A. GabbarThe Design of a Practical Enterprise Safety Management System by Hossam A. Gabbar

The Design of a Practical Enterprise Safety Management System

byHossam A. Gabbar, Kazuhiko Suzuki

Paperback | October 19, 2010

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This book presents design guidelines and implementation approaches for enterprise safety management system as integrated within enterprise integrated systems. It shows new model-based safety management where process design automation is integrated with enterprise business functions and components. It proposes new system engineering approach addressed to new generation chemical industry. It will help both the undergraduate and professional readers to build basic knowledge about issues and problems of designing practical enterprise safety management system, while presenting in clear way, the system and information engineering practices to design enterprise integrated solution.
Title:The Design of a Practical Enterprise Safety Management SystemFormat:PaperbackDimensions:252 pagesPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048167531

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Table of Contents

1. Overview.- 1.1. Abstract. 1.2. Structure of the Book. 1.3. Problem Statement. 1.4. Safety Management. 1.5. Benefits to Business. 1.6. Research Significance. 2. Background.- 2.1. Industrial Practices. 2.2. Literature Review. 2.3. Commercial Products for Computer-Aided Safety Engineering. 3. Theoretical & Methodological Framework.- 3.1. Research Approach. 3.2. Object-Oriented Modeling Framework. 3.3. Plant Lifecycle OO Model Representation. 3.4. Plant Safety Model. 3.5. Fault Propagation Modeling. 4. Plant Enterprise Engineering Environment (PEEE).- 4.1. PEEE Functional Analysis. 4.2. Information Technology Infrastructure. 4.3. PEEE System Architecture. 4.4. PEEE Components. 4.5. CAPE-PSP. 5. Plant Modeling Environment (CAPE-ModE).- 5.1. CAPE-ModE Functional Analysis. 5.2. CAPE-ModE System Architecture. 5.3. CAPE-Mode Design Specifications. 5.4. Model Representation within CAPE-ModE. 5.4.1. UML Formal Definition Initiatives. 5.5. Mechanism. 5.6. Prototype CAPE-ModE. 6. Analysis of CAPE-SAFE.- 6.1. Object-Oriented Analysis Methodology. 6.2. Business Profile "As Is". 6.3. Business Enterprise Directions "To Be". 6.4. Requirements Analysis. 6.5. Safety Solution Challenges. 6.6. Process Threads. 6.7. Business Process Chart Diagrams. 6.8. Safety Design. 7. CAPE-SAFE Design.- 7.1. CAPE-SAFE Components. 7.2. CAPE-SAFE Integration in PEEE. 7.3. CAPE-SAFE Implementation within PEEE. 7.4. CAPE-SAFE Prototype System Development. 7.5. CAPE-SAFE Function Decomposition. 7.6. Positioning with CAPE-OPEN. 8. Mechanism.- 8.1. Safety Data Management. 8.2. Physical Data Model Specifications. 8.3. Automated Hazard Evaluation Results Structuring. 8.4. Safety Regulations. 8.5. Safety Procedures. 8.6. Safety Training. 9. Case Studies.- 9.1. Examples from HDS Plant. 9.2. Cause - Consequence Analysis of Reactor CGU using CAPE-SAFE. 9.3. Examples from PVC Plant. 9.4. Examples from Oil Refinery. 9.5. CAPE-SAFE Utilization with Operator Interface System. 9.6. CAPE-SAFE Utilization with Plant Design Model. 9.7. CAPE-SAFE Utilization with Fault Detection System. 9.8. CAPE-SAFE Utilization with RCM-Based CMMS. 10. Discussion.- 11. Conclusion.- 12. Recommendations and Future Research.- References.- Appendices.- Appendix (1) Highlights on UML Standards from OMG. Appendix (2) Study on Middleware Technology. Appendix (3) Physical Data Model of CAPE-SAFE. Appendix (4) Java Source Code of PEEE. Appendix (5) Cause/Consequence Scenarios of Reactor Unit in HDS Plant.-Appendix (6) Useful Web Links. Appendix (7) Molecular Modeling Impact on CAPE-SAFE. Appendix (8) Manufacturing Process Modeling