Analysis of Accidents in Chemical Process Industries in the period 1998-2015

| January 15, 2018

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World countries have been experienced to worst-case chemical disasters in the past history and draw lessons learnt from them. An increase in the number of accidents in the process industries and the concomitant damage potential is a cause of concern in many countries. In order to control the alarming risk posed by these industries, the United States government has asked each manufacturing facility to carry out a worst-case disaster study and to develop alternatives to control the high risk.

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