Understanding how Australian pipeline and major hazard facility regulators conceptualise ‘reasonably practicable’
Transmission gas pipelines and major hazard facilities (MHF) have a high potential to cause significant harm and are required to be regulated by the safety case regime. The safety case regime requires operators to submit a case, or argument to the regulator demonstrating that all risks on site have been reduced to as low as is reasonably practicable. Determining when risks have been reduced to as low as is reasonably practicable involves weighing, on the one...[Show more]
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