The need for PMI testing in the Oil and Gas and Refining Industries came to light as early as 1992 when OSHA determined it was necessary to enforce PSM or Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (HHC)to help avoid accidents, injuries and death. Recognizing the need for guidance for increased safety against these HHC releases, OSHA created an instructional document in 2007 describing specific protocol for implementing a National Emphasis Program (NEP) in the hopes of reducing or eliminating these types of hazards in the work place at petroleum refineries and other chemical processing plants.
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