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Grantee Name: American Institute of Chemical Engineers Grant Number: SH-19479-09 Grant Year: 2009

The grantee conducted a training course concerning process safety in the biofuels industry. The training course included an introduction to key process safety (PS) concepts in the biofuels sector, how to perform a hazard evaluation analysis, and how to write safe operating procedures. Training materials include PowerPoint presentations and handouts in English.

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Title Length Format File Size
Process Safety Management for the Biofuels Industry
01 Overview of Process Safety: Biodiesel 14 slides PPT* 798 KB
01 Overview of Process Safety: Bioethanol 13 slides PPT* 813 KB
02 Compliance with Standards: Biodiesel 21 slides PPT* 1.03 MB
02 Compliance with Standards: Bioethanol 25 slides PPT* 2.79 MB
03 Biodiesel Hazards 12 slides PPT* 432 KB
03 Bioethanol Hazards 8 slides PPT* 511 KB
03A Biofuels: Process Hazard Analysis 25 slides PPT* 1.09 MB
04 Biofuels: Standard Operating Procedures 24 slides PPT* 1.03 MB
05 Biofuels: Safe Work Practices 30 slides PPT* 2.13 MB
06 Biofuels: Mechanical Integrity 26 slides PPT* 2.14 MB
07 Biofuels: Management of Change 57 slides PPTX* 4.57 MB
08 Biofuels: Auditing Process Safety Systems 39 slides PPTX* 2.07 MB
09 Biofuels: Emergency Response Procedures 45 slides PPT* 2.46 MB
04 Hypothetical Biomass Operating Procedures 1 page PDF* 180 KB
05 Hot Work Permit Form 2 pages PDF* 221 KB
06 Maintenance Training Guide 7 pages PDF* 550 KB
07 Management of Change System Guidelines 1 page PDF* 71 KB
07 Management of Change Form 2 pages PDF* 191 KB
07 Management of Change System Design List 1 page PDF* 171 KB
07 Request for Change Form 1 page PDF* 182 KB
08 Process Safety Management Auditing Checklist 18 pages PDF* 236 KB

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