Contractor and Client Relations to Assure Process Safety

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
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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)