PHARMA-CHEMICALSAFETY LIMITED

Offers process safety expertise in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries in process safety.

Keep our customers in compliance with the up to date with the latest regulatory legislation and standards applicable to psm-covered processes.

Process Safety

COMBUSTIBLE DUST

We assist companies to develop and implement the following elements of this program:

  • Identifying potential raw materials in solid form (powder) that might be combustible during the manufacturing process.
  • Recommending the laboratory tests to determine combustibility.
  • Assisting engineering with applicable codes such as NFPA 654, 68 and 69 for equipment design.
  • Helping in selecting the appropriate technology to handle combustible powders.
Flammable Powder

PHARMA-CHEMICALSAFETY LIMITED

Offers expertise to assess your needs while working closely with you by solving problems and providing feedback by using the extensive expertise in the following areas:

  • Implementation of the Risk Based Process Safety Management Program.
  • Route of selection.
  • Technology transfer information.
  • Scale up.
  • Process engineering design.
  • Process Hazard Analysis during the development of new products and processes.
  • Familiar with glass lined, stainless steel, Hastelloy reactors, rotary cone and vacuum tray drying, cleaning, milling technologies.
  • Fire safety plans.
  • Implementation of the Risk Based Process Safety Management Program.
  • Route of selection.
  • Technology transfer information.
  • Scale up.
  • Process engineering design.
  • Process Hazard Analysis during the development of new products and processes.
  • Familiar with glass lined, stainless steel, Hastelloy reactors, rotary cone and vacuum tray drying, cleaning, milling technologies.
  • Fire safety plans.

FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS:

We assist companies to develop and implement the following elements of this program:

  • Desing of processes which involve flammable and combustible liquids.
  • Assessing equipment process to verify compliance with the Ontario Fire Code section 4, NFPA 30, NFPA 77, API 650, other applicable codes and standards.
  • Selection of equipment to use to handle flammable and combustible liquids.
  • Process Hazard Analysis.
  • Static Control.
  • Handling and Storage.

PROCESS HAZARD ANALYSIS:

We help business to prepare and facilitate Process Hazard Analysis:

  • Collecting the Process Safety Information.
    • MSDS of raw materials, intermediate and finished products.
    • P&IDs and PFDs.
    • Mechanical Integrity Manual.
    • Applicable codes, regulations, and standards.
    • Management of Change documents.
    • Engineering specifications o equipment and processes.​
  • Analyzing data of:
    • Preventive and corrective maintenance programs.
    • Incidents in the past five years.
    • Incident investigations in the previous five years.
    • Events occurred in the industry.
Combustible Liquids

RBPS

We help companies to establish the elements of the four pillars of Risk Based Process Safety Program (RBPS) by setting the following:

  • Determining the current state of the process safety management versus the requirements of the RBPS Program.
  • Establishing a strategy to implement the RBPS Program.
  • Developing Process Safety Information (PSI).
  • Developing operating procedures to implement and be in compliance the RBPS Program.
  • Developing the training program.
  • Developing preventive maintenance programs for PSM-covered processes.

MECHANICAL INTEGRITY MANUALS

We assist companies developing the mechanical integrity manuals that include the following information:

  • Process description.
  • Reactivity study of the raw materials involved.
  • P&IDs and PFDs.
  • Equipment specification and drawings.
  • Preventive maintenance programs.
  • Review of codes, regulations, and standards.
  • Certifications of accessories such as valves, ruptures discs.
  • Electrical components.

FIRE SAFETY PLAN:

We assist companies to develop the Fire Safety Plant to be in compliance with the Ontario Fire Code, ON. Reg. 213/07 Subsection B.

The elements of the Fire Safety Plan are the following:

  • Audit of the building(s) and property.
  • Control of fire hazards in the building.
  • Audit of human resources and persons having supervisory responsibilities.
  • Supervisory staff/employee responsibilities for fire safety.
  • Owner/manager responsibilities for fire safety.
  • Fire alarm procedures for owners/managers.
  • Emergency procedures for all employees.
  • Supervisory staff duties in the event of a fire Owner/staff/employee functions.
  • Maintenance of building facilities and fire protection equipment.
  • Evacuation procedure of Non-ambulatory or special needs persons.
  • Fire drills Alternative measures & training the supervisory staff.
  • Training of staff/employees & training records.
  • Fire protection measures.
  • Maintenance procedures for fire protection.
  • Fire extinguishment/control/confinement.
  • Fire department access for fire fighting & related fire suppression.
  • Preparing schematic diagrams.
  • Posting emergency procedures and emergency phone numbers.
  • Schematic diagrams.
  • Implementation/updating the fire safety plan & summary.
  • Appendix “ A ” check, inspection & test guideline.
  • Appendix “ B ” spare.
  • Appendix “ C ” Sample emergency procedures
  • Appendix “ D ” self-inspection guide.
  • Appendix “ E ” portable extinguisher operation info (sample).
  • Appendix “ F ” employee list.
  • Appendix “ G ” sample symbols for diagrams.

CONTACT US

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Give us a call at +1-613-464-0562 or via email at edgarfernandez@pharma-chemicalsafety.com

Our working hours are Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM.

 
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