This is not yet another session about the Baker report, the Cullen report, Montara or Macondo (Deepwater Horizon). Nor does this course confuse slips, trips and falls with process safety. Inherent safety, safety integrity levels, HAZOP, bow ties, LOPA, and quantitative risk assessment will all be covered but not in conventional fashion; everybody needs to understand process safety not just engineers.
The conclusions from major incident reports are often the same, we fail to manage process safety proactively, so if we know the answer why do major incidents continue to occur? The answer is simple; you can’t be proactive if your culture is reactive. This course bridges the gap between theory and practice, focussing on the outcomes we all desire and deserve.
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Upon Successful completion of Practical Process Safety, participants will receive a Statement of Completion.
As with all our courses we teach fundamentals enabling the delegate to understand the basic principles of process safety, not theoretically as in a technical education, but practically from a real world operational point of view.
This course will introduce a simple model for tracking process safety and integrity and relate that model to the safety procedures and systems needed to gain regulatory approval.
The magical benefit of this method is that the communication is in a language that the operators can understand and just as importantly they can do something about each of the issues themselves, heading off reactive behaviour at the sharp end.
If you want to be part of the progress towards a safer industry then this course is for you.
- History of Process Safety
- Inherent Safety
- HAZID, HAZAN, HAZOP
- Bow Ties
Process Safety Pyramid:
- Bird, Heinrich and Yours Truly
- Design Layer
- Materials Layer
- Procedures Layer
- Process Control Layer
- ESD Layer
- F&G Layer
- Risk Matrix Use
- Take Aways