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Downs to Present on RAGAGEP and New RMP Rule

April 11, 2024

On February 27, 2024, US EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan signed the Safer Communities by Chemical Accident Prevention rule, codified at 40 CFR Part 68, which finalizes revisions to the Risk Management Program (RMP). This update represents a significant revision to a major federal chemical accident prevention regulation.

To help facility owners and operators understand and comply with the new RMP requirements, Farley & Partners LLP and ioMosaic Corporation are hosting an invitation-only half-day workshop in Houston, Texas to learn practical strategies for implementing Recognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices (RAGAGEP) under the new EPA RMP Rule. The workshop is scheduled for June 18, 2024, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM Central.

Firm partner Devon Downs and Georges Melhem, President & CEO of ioMosaic, will cover the key aspects and the challenges concerning relief system design requirements, and gap analysis which compares current operating conditions and engineering practices to the new regulatory requirements. A simulated PHA scenario review and other valuable insights will be included.

Farley & Partners is a Chambers-ranked boutique law firm in Houston, Texas with a nationally recognized workplace safety and crisis management practice. The Firm counsels companies on a broad range of workplace health and safety issues, including OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM), the US EPA Risk Management Program (RMP), and more traditional OSHA health and safety standards.

ioMosaic Corporation is a leading provider of integrated process safety and risk management solutions. They serve a wide variety of areas including pressure relief systems design, process safety management, expert litigation support, ISO accredited laboratory testing, auditing, online and in-person training, and industry recognized software. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, ioMosaic is committed to innovation and continual improvement.

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