Date of Course
14-16 June 2016
Examination: 17 June 2016 ( Optional)
Early bird deadline is extended to 31 May 2016.
Aim of the Course
Process safety requires a selection of techniques to allow for a systematic study of a plant to identify and analyze the significance of potential process hazards followed by a range of techniques dependent on the hazards identified to either eliminate the hazards, or reduce the risk from the hazard by reducing the consequences or frequency of potential accidents and for improving general facility safety.
Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA) methods are used for new plants as well as for modifications to existing plant designs. The methods have been applied with success in the process, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, food, power, water, automotive and military industries.
This workshop is designed to provide the participants with an introduction and basic knowledge in process safety and QRA with a focus the techniques identified by the Client. Participants will be provided with comprehensive training and resource material.
The course will provide participants with the knowledge for understanding and mastering the application of the most popular and internationally adopted methods and tools for identifying, assessing and managing the hazards and risks associated with their process operations, as well as the confidence to take a more active role in the QRA process.
The course is based around a practical case study that will be developed across the three days of the course taking the delegate from hazard identification through to developing the Safety Requirement Specification (SRS). The course is a modular structure of classroom tuition followed by a case study practical after each session, which will take the participant through the QRA process.
Who Should Attend?
Water and waste water Engineers, Operations personnel and managers as well as Maintenance engineers and personnel, consultants, advisors, persons involved in management, engineering, operations and safety of process operations as well as persons with HAZID study experience and who are involved in any of the early lifecycle phases for process hazard and risk assessment, allocation of safety layers and safety requirements specification.
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