The Process Safety Management (PSM) Division of the CSChE is a national network of more than 300 volunteers. The division connects individuals with a common interest and expertise in PSM to create networking opportunities and to share ideas.

  • The Canadian standard CSA Z767-17 Process Safety Management (available in French as CSA Z767-F17 Gestion de la sécurité opérationnelle , was published on Friday, February 20, 2017. This is a reflection of the dedication of our project team who have spent the last three years diligently working on the standard. The standard has been confirmed as a National Standard of Canada. We have a dedicated team that is organizing the next phase of workshops and information sessions.

Activities

The Division

  • Develops and disseminates important publications and tools related to the practice of PSM in Canada
  • Promotes awareness, understanding and use of PSM tools
  • Influences and encourages a public policy framework that incorporates PSM principles
  • Furthers the advancement and development of PSM ideas, theorems, tools, services, and techniques
  • Fosters PSM in chemical and related engineering, technical, science and management education, and professional development
  • Monitors PSM metrics to identify gaps in PSM knowledge or applications, and facilitates and encourages appropriate corrective action
  • Recognizes outstanding career achievements through the Process Safety Management Award

Upcoming Events

Organizers:
Guy BrouillardGCM Consultants
Amanda SistilliEnbridge Inc., University of Alberta

Our Process Safety Management (PSM) Symposium theme for this year is Human Factors (Human Error Prevention) and the Science of Communication. It is our hope that this broad focus will attract papers from a wide spectrum of interests.

We will hold an on-line meeting on October 29th. It will be a short meeting. We will review the conference and have an overview or our initiatives in progress. There will be no technical presentation. The meeting will be followed by the AGM.

The meeting will be held on October 29th from 10 to about 12:30 Eastern time (Ontario and Quebec time)

The AGM will follow from 13:00 to 14:00.

Both meetings will be online.

Teleconference: FreeConferenceCall.com, Identifier: frochemontreal

For phone only (long distance fee will apply): 605 313-6036 Access code 866032  

For those members who are new, PSM Division has a website that provides a host of information such as: activities, charter, events, publications etc. are located at: https://www.cheminst.ca/psm.

Please take the time to review the preliminary agendas and the minutes from our previous meetings (will be posted on our website).  Please notify me of subjects of interest you would like to see added.

The Process Safety Management (PSM) Division of the CSChE is a national network of more than 300 volunteers. The division connects individuals with a common interest and expertise in PSM to create networking opportunities and to share ideas.

  • The Canadian standard CSA Z767-17 Process Safety Management (available in French as CSA Z767-F17 Gestion de la sécurité opérationnelle , was published on Friday, February 20, 2017. This is a reflection of the dedication of our project team who have spent the last three years diligently working on the standard. The standard has been confirmed as a National Standard of Canada. We have a dedicated team that is organizing the next phase of workshops and information sessions.

Activities

The Division

  • Develops and disseminates important publications and tools related to the practice of PSM in Canada
  • Promotes awareness, understanding and use of PSM tools
  • Influences and encourages a public policy framework that incorporates PSM principles
  • Furthers the advancement and development of PSM ideas, theorems, tools, services, and techniques
  • Fosters PSM in chemical and related engineering, technical, science and management education, and professional development
  • Monitors PSM metrics to identify gaps in PSM knowledge or applications, and facilitates and encourages appropriate corrective action
  • Recognizes outstanding career achievements through the Process Safety Management Award

Upcoming Events

Past Events

PSM Publications

PSM Conference Presentations and Technical Papers

PSM Division and Annual General Meetings

Executive Committee

PSM Handbook and Charter

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