Publications

1.    J. Chosnek, “Lessons Learned – Making Them Stick”, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2019.

2.    J. Chosnek, “Lifecycle Management of Risks with a Hazards Register”, presented at the 15th Global Congress on Process Safety, New Orleans, LA, April 2019. Also presented at the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2018.

3.    J. Chosnek, “Managing the Risk of MOC”, presented at the 14th Global Congress on Process Safety, Orlando, FL, April 2018.

4.    J. Thomas, S. Ostrowski, M. Levin, J. Chosnek, and J. Marx, Panel Discussion on Universal Risk Matrix and ALARP, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2015.

5.    J. Chosnek, “Becoming a World Class HSE Organization”, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2014. Also presented at TCC’s EHS Seminar, June 2016.

6.    J. Chosnek, “Assessing the Correct Risk in a PHA”, presented at the 10th Global Congress on Process Safety, New Orleans, April 2014.

7.    J. Chosnek, F. Gavelli, and V. H. Edwards, “HSE Evolution in Conversion of LNG Import Terminals to Export”, presented at the AIChE 2013 Spring Meeting, 13th Topical Session on Natural Gas Utilization, San Antonio, May 2013.

8.    J. Chosnek and V. H. Edwards, “From LNG Imports to Exports: Process Safety and Regulatory Challenges”, Hydrocarbon Processing, January 2014, p. 57-59; presented at the AIChE 2013 Spring Meeting, 13th Topical Session on Natural Gas Utilization, San Antonio, May 2013.

9.    J. Chosnek, listed contributor to Lee’s Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 4th ed., IChemE, 2013.

10.    V. H. Edwards, M. Ray, A. English, R. Ellis, J. Chosnek, E. Geaslin, and S. L. Jones,“Integrate Health, Safety and Environment in Engineering Projects”, Chemical Engineering Progress, April 2013, pp. 50-55.

11.    J. Chosnek, Zeroing on the Correct Risk, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2012. pdf_icon17x17

12.    J. Chosnek, Improve Safety Despite Limited Resources, Chemical Processing, May 2012, pp. 23-25.

13.    V. H. Edwards and J. Chosnek, “Making Process Plants Inherently Safer”, FS-World.com Fire & Safety Magazine, Industrial Process Safety Issue, Spring 2012, pp. 28-34.

14.    V. H. Edwards and J. Chosnek, “Make Your Existing Plant Inherently Safer”, Chemical Engineering Progress, January 2012, pp. 48-52.

15.    J. Chosnek, “Process Safety for the Common Folk”, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2011.

16.    J. Chosnek, “The Taxonomy (Classification) of Process Safety”, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2010.

17.    J. Chosnek, Managing Management of Change, Process Safety Progress, Vol. 20 No. 3, Dec. 2010. Presented at the 6th Global Congress on Process Safety, San Antonio, TX, March 2010 (AIChe Publications).  pdf_icon17x17  powerpoint_icon16x16

18.    J. Chosnek, Maintaining the Corporate Memory, Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, Vol. 23, Issue 6, November 2010, pp. 796–798. Presented at the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2009.  pdf_icon17x17

19.    J. Chosnek, “An Impetus for Management Involvement in Process Safety”, Proceedings of the 5th Global Congress on Process Safety, Tampa, FL, April 2009 (AIChE Publications).

20.    J. Chosnek, Organizing Knowledge for Improved Process Safety, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2008.  pdf_icon17x17

21.    J. Chosnek and R. Clifton, “Improved Process Safety Management and Simple Metrics”, Process Safety Progress, Dec. 2008 Vol. 27, No. 4.

22.    J. Chosnek, “Managing and Integrating Process Safety: Manage PSM, Quality, Environmental Under One System”, Proceedings of the Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium, October 2004.