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Suggested Reading

General Aspects of Chemical Process Safety

Robert M. Bethea, Explosion and Fire at Pasadena, Texas (New York: American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1996).

Howard H. Fawcett and William S. Wood, eds., Safety and Accident Prevention in Chemical Operations, 2nd ed. (New York: Wiley, 1982), ch. 1.

Dennis C. Hendershot, "A History of Process Safety and Loss Prevention in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers," Process Safety Progress, (June 2009), 28(2): 105–113.

S. Mannan, ed. Lees' Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 3rd ed. (London: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2005).

Bhopal

Chemical and Engineering News (Feb. 11, 1985), p. 14.

A. Sam West, Dennis Hendershot, John F. Murphy, and Ronald Willey, "Bhopal's Impact on the Chemical Industry," Process Safety Progress, (Dec. 2004), 23(4): 229–230.

Ronald J. Willey, Dennis C. Hendershot, and Scott Berger, "The Accident in Bhopal: Observations 20 Years Later," Process Safety Progress, (Sept. 2007), 26(3): 180–184.

Seveso

Chemical and Engineering News (Aug. 23, 1976), p. 27.

Dennis C. Hendershot and John F. Murphy, "Expanding Role of the Loss Prevention Professional: Past, Present, and Future," Process Safety Progress, (March 2007), 26(1): 18–26.

Walter B. Howard, "Seveso: Cause; Prevention," Plant/Operations Progress (Apr. 1985), 4(2): 103–104.

J. Sambeth, "What Really Happened at Seveso," Chemical Engineering (May 16, 1983), pp. 44–47.

Flixborough

Robert M. Bethea, Process Safety Management with Case Histories: Flixborough, Pasadena, and Other Incidents (New York: American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1994).

Dennis C. Hendershot and John F. Murphy, "Expanding Role of the Loss Prevention Professional: Past, Present, and Future," Process Safety Progress (Mar. 2007), 26(1): 18–26.

Trevor A. Kletz, "The Flixborough Explosion—Ten Years Later," Plant/Operations Progress (July 1984), 3(3): 133–135.

S. Mannan, ed. Lees' Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 3rd ed., vol. 3, Appendix 2, Pages 1–18. (London: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2005).

General Case Histories

T. Kletz, Learning from Accidents, 3rd ed. (Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2001).

T. Kletz, What Went Wrong? Case Histories of Process Plant Disasters and How They Could Have Been Avoided, 5th ed. (Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2009).

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