What Went Wrong? : Case Histories of Process Plant Disasters and How They Could Have Been Avoided
- Hardback | 640 pages
- 154.94 x 231.14 x 33.02mm | 861.82g
- 01 Jul 2011
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 5th edition
- Approx. 144 illustrations; Illustrations, unspecified
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About Trevor A. Kletz
"The incidents described could occur in many types of plants, and should therefore be of interest to a wide variety of plant operators. The new fourth edition contains considerable new material, with extensive references." (Mechanical Engineering)
"This book is recommended for generalists with an interest in industrial safety and safety/process who wish to gain some insight into the realities of plant operations." (IChemE-Institute Of Chemical Engineers)
"This book should be read by every health and safety advisor and all managers and engineers who work in the chemical and petrochemical industries. It should also be used by those who provide training courses in these industries."
-The Safety & Health Practitioner, July 2002
"very readable, precise and well documented... This book is a required reading for every engineer and supervisor in the process industry"
(Chemical Industry Digest, July-August 2002)
"excellent, if somewhat disturbing book... In my opinion, the book should be read by a great many different professions and persons"
Ergonomics, Vol 46, Issue 5, 2003