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Caudill, J.

Contributing Writer, Houston, Texas

Jeff Caudill is a Process Safety Supervisor in the downstream oil and gas industry. He has more than 26 yr of combined experience in maintenance, design engineering, process safety, construction and technical roles. He specializes in industrial incident investigation and failure analysis. Mr. Caudill has had success with published articles in professional magazines and has contributed to books in the field of process safety. He participates with AFPM, API, ASCE and AIChE to promote process safety related issues within the chemical and refining manufacturing industries. He graduated with honors from Morehead State University with a BS degree in industrial technology. He earned a second BS degree in 1994 in civil engineering, with an emphasis in environmental design, from the University of Kentucky.

Support robust process safety management platforms with less reliance on incident investigations

Contributing Writer: Caudill, J.

Accepting that incidents are inevitable can be considered a form of institutionalized normalization of deviance.

Combating normalization of deviance within your organization

Contributing Writer: Caudill, J.

NASA’s 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger disaster investigation brought the term “normalization of deviance” into the spotlight.

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