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33] Program 3 processes require an initial written compilation of process safety information including details regarding hazards of regulated substances in each process, the technology of each process, and the equipment in each process.
The program was developed to help vessel owners comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, which require them to make process safety information readily available to inspectors and employees and to maintain complete documentation of each covered vessel's mechanical integrity.
The prevention program should include a management system, maintenance, process hazard analysis, pre-start-up review, process safety information, change management, standard operating procedures, safety audits, training and accident investigation.