CLIENT ALERT: Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Revalidation

On February 24, 1992, OSHA implemented the Final Rule for Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals. Officially adopted in 1996, OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.119 established uniform policies, procedures, standard clarifications, and compliance guidance for enforcement of the standard for process safety management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals.

OSHA required all PSM covered processes to have their initial Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) done by May 1997. Since PHAs are to be revalidated every five years, all PHA’s completed in 1997 (which is most) are due to be revalidated in 2022.

EHS Support understands the complex regulations and work closely with you to develop comprehensive PSM solutions that meet OSHA’s standard and ensure the safety of all stakeholders.

Recently, EHS Support brought on Allen Mires to lead our PSM initiatives and help clients stay in compliance with all regulations. Allen earned a Bachelor of Science from West Texas A&M University. His certifications include Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS), Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Leader, Occupational Safety and Health Professional, and auditor for the Manufacturers Health and Safety Association. Based in Amarillo, TX, Allen has over two decades of experience as a leader of health-and-safety initiatives for a variety of industries. As our PSM expert, he works closely with clients to conduct comprehensive inspections under the PSM standard that evaluate the procedures used by the client and other stakeholders to manage the hazards associated with processes using highly hazardous chemicals.

Allen joins a team of professionals bringing premium consulting services in the areas of:

  • Process Safety Management
  • Process Hazard Analysis with Leader Software Training
  • OSHA 500, 501 (Outreach Trainer 10- and 30-hour)
  • Cause Mapping
  • NFPA Classification of Hazardous Locations

Reach out to Allen today and explore how the EHS Support Team can help you stay in compliance and achieve your goals.



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