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Feedback on using reports inspection practices of industrial establishments for process safety education in the French chemical engineering curricula.

Abstract : Numerous teaching aids are available for process safety education. In this article, the contents of the public and mandatory inspection reports of industrial installations classified for environmental protection are used as teaching aids. The contribution of these documents has been experimented, in addition to the teaching of process safety, within the framework of a Master degree in chemical engineering from the University of Lorraine at the “National Higher School of Chemical Industries” (ENSIC) of Nancy (France). The recommended content of a “Regional Direction for the Environment, Planning and Housing” (DREAL) inspection report is first recalled. The protocol for the use of Seveso sheets, inspection reports and letters of notification by students is then described. The pedagogical interaction between the basic knowledge of process safety previously acquired and the elements extracted from the inspection reports is discussed and illustrated by a few examples. The results and the information presented in this manuscript would be a very useful source of reference for those who are interested in introducing teaching and learning approaches related to applications of process safety concepts in real industrial environments.
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Laurent Perrin, André Laurent. Feedback on using reports inspection practices of industrial establishments for process safety education in the French chemical engineering curricula.. Education for Chemical Engineers, Elsevier, 2020, 33, pp.112-119. ⟨10.1016/j.ece.2020.10.001⟩. ⟨hal-02993323⟩

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