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IS Principles

Key elements that guide the preparation of an inherently safer system.

The following aspects are usually considered when assessing the inherent safety of a chemical process:

  • intensification / minimisation
  • substitution
  • attenuation / moderation
  • limitation of effects
  • simplification.

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