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Contractor and Client Relations to Assure Process Safety

ISBN: 978-0-470-93512-5
81 pages
September 2010
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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.
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Chapter 1. Introduction.

1.1. Objective / Scope.

1.2. Organization of This Book.

1.3. Introduction to Terminology.

1.4. The Contract Opportunity.

1.5. References.

Chapter 2. Contractor Safety Programs: General.

2.1. Introduction.

2.2. Safe Work Practices.

2.3. Contractor Qualification.

2.4. Documentation.

2.5. References.

Chapter 3. OSHA PSMA and The EPC Contractor.

3.1. Project Planning under OSHA PSM.

3.2. PSM Elements.

3.3. Checklists Basis for PSM Project Plan.

3.4. References.

Chapter 4. Subcontractor Relationships.

4.1. Introduction.

4.2. Seamless Interfaces.

4.3. Shared Liabilities.

4.4. Direct Contract Employees.

4.5. References.

Chapter 5. Managing Client-Contractor Risk.

5.1. Introduction.

5.2. Indemnification.

5.3. Consequential Damages.

5.4. Differing Conditions.

5.5. Delays.

5.6. Attorneys-Client Privilege.

5.7. Trust.

5.8. References.

Appendix A. Contractor Checklists.

Appendix B. Standardized Prequalification Form (PQF).

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