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Failure to Learn: The BP Texas City Refinery Disaster (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 22. Juni 2012

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Practical, Plain English Review of a Major Incident 5. Dezember 2011
Von RJS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Andrew Hopkins is adept, using plain english, at describing the essentials of industrial high consequence events and the aftermath of the investigative process. His focus is very much about learning lessons and not losing sight of the low likelihood/high consequence events that characterise serious incidents. Hopkins is well respected, and his insight and practical approach mean that everyone is capable of learning the lessons. He doesn't sit on the fence and is not afraid to assign accountability at all levels of business, society and government.
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Easy to Read & Insightful 11. Januar 2012
Von Desert Dog - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The incident is sited often as a tragic accident resulting in loss of life and injury to many workers in addition to extensive damage. Hopkins gives an account of what happened and the background to reasons why. He doesn't pull any punches in getting to the root causes. Well written and easy for layman to understand -- not full of industry jargon. Highly recommended read.
Failure 14. März 2015
Von Enrique Urbano - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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So many ways to fail. It starts with the management of the company and spirals downward to the employees.This is a must read book that all persons who are in the operation of an operationally processing unit or units. So sad that many lives are lost in this tragedy but for the sake of all who continue to work hard in this their chosen profession, everyone in this arena must have this as as part of the orientation process when they start working for these companies. This should include the management groups to the hourly personnel. A MUST READ. This reading of this tragedy in "Failure to Learn" may or may not help prevent another horrible tragedy like this one from happening again. I pray that it never does.
No agenda with this one. 13. Mai 2013
Von Paul Edwards - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Hopkins presents a very unbiased, factual account of the Texas City accident. The book is more of a dissection of the accident and why it happened. He does not have an agenda with the book and clearly provides reasons why the accident happened and what could have been done to prevent it.
I recommend it for engineers working in the oil and gas industry. It delineated issues that all engineers should take into account when designing facilities and the accidents that could happen without very good designs.
A thought provoking treatise on the how and why process safety management systems can fail. 16. Dezember 2012
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Andrew Hopkins explores behind the many failures of BP's process safety management system that lead to the Texas City Refinery disaster. It is an excellent discussion of how even with systems in place to track and investigate process safety incidents without the proper lines of communication and authority; the ability to learn from our mistakes and improve our safety practices is at risk. This book is a must read for all process safety professionals.
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