Design of Operations Safety Management Plan

Operations Safety Management Plan
-Read the uploaded study guide for this unit. (it is important to somewhat
reflect the reading of the study guide in the paper).
-Review the information in your textbook (Leveson, 2011, pp. 412-414)
related to the Operations Safety Management Plan design.
-Review the Figure C.1 depiction of a sample Safety Control Structure in
your textbook (Leveson, 2011, p. 500).
-Review and use a minimum of five (5) peer-reviewed journals to support
your design work.
Then, select one (1) of the following options:
Option 1: Design an Operations Safety Management Plan for your own
organization or an organization that is familiar to you.
Option 2: Design an Operations Safety Management Plan for a bulk tank
railcar off-loading facility for hydrocarbon products that has the following
a. one railcar switch located next to an interstate highway,
b. capacity to off-load both liquid hydrocarbon products and liquefied,
compressed, natural gas products,
c. two 500,000-gallon bulk liquid storage tanks for liquid hydrocarbon
d. two 45,000-gallon bullet-styled, horizontal, liquid storage tanks for
liquefied, compressed natural gas products,
e. one off-loading station (single-sided) that is elevated 12 feet from the
f. one flare for over-pressurized gas tank railcars,
g. one 3,000-gallon condensation storage tank, and
h. one switch engine for staging railcars at the off-loading station and at
railcar storage tracks.
Using the CSU APA-styled paper as a formatting template, design a
minimum eight-page Operations Safety Management Plan with a minimum
of five (5) scholarly sources (books and articles) using the following APA
Level 1 headings:
1. General Considerations
2. Safety Organization
3. Procedures
4. Schedule
5. Safety Information System
6. Operations Hazard Analysis
7. Evaluation and Planned Use of Feedback for System Maintenance
8. Safety Control Structure Diagram (Design a Safety Control Structure
Diagram for your work system and use as
the content.)

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