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Written and edited by engineering contractors and industry project/maintenance managers as an easy-to-use guide for other industry professionals, this book identifies important process safety issues in the contractor-client relationship,which are not addressed by other groups and publications. While the issues may arise at any point in the life cycle of a plant, they should be resolved early in the relationship to permit a clearer focus on process safety issues. Topics covered are a general discussion of contractor safety programs; EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) contractual bases and work division as they address regulatory PSM issues; subcontractor relationships; and managing contractor-client risks.Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–9): Chapter 2 Contractor Safety Programs: General (pages 11–22): Chapter 3 OSHA PSM and the EPC Contractor (pages 23–41): Chapter 4 Subcontractor Relationships (pages 43–50): Chapter 5 Managing Client–Contractor Risk (pages 51–64):
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