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PROCESS HAZARD ANALYSIS - 3 Days Course
Tue, Oct 17, 2017, 8:00 AM – Thu, Oct 19, 2017, 4:00 PM WIB
Process Hazard Analysis
3 days training.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Line managers and supervisors of maintenance, productions, project, safety and personnel who need to establish Process Hazard Analysis will benefit from this workshop.
In order participants to have an effective workshop, maximum participants should not be more than 20 persons per workshop.
Process Hazards Analysis is a deep study used to identify, evaluate, and develop methods to control significant hazards. This is a very important process in the development of effective PSM (Process Safety Management) for a plant that process hazardous chemicals. By conducting effective Process Hazard Analysis study, the plant management team will be effectively run the process and operation based on real and deep understanding of the hazard and consequences, which then create plan and program based on the recommendation established from the study.
To be effectively provide clear understanding to participants, this workshop will:
- Explain how PHA management commitment plays important role in effective PHA implementation
- Explain why PHA must be conducted
- Describe PHA within the context of PSM
- Describe the steps in conducting effective PHA
- Identify the proper tools used to conduct effective PHA
- Describe the competencies needed to conduct and implement PHA
Participants will learn the importance of working in a team, and develop skill in creating a PHA study.
PUBLIC COURSE SCHEDULE
- 18-20 April 2017
- 18-20 July 2017
- 17-19 October 2017
Save money: If you have several people with the same training requirement you will probably find it more cost effective to have us deliver your training locally at a venue of your choice. We are always happy to come to you - we go ANYWHERE.
Make the training specific to your company and your challenges: A major benefit of in house training is that it offers you the opportunity to have aspects of the course customized to be more specific to your company and the challenges you have. We can tailor the delivery of the event to be consistent to your own policies, processes, and systems so that your people can relate the learning points covered to the real work more readily. In addition to tailoring an existing course to meet your requirements more closely we can also develop bespoke courses. With a bespoke course, we design the course from scratch with your input. That means you can decide on duration, content, delivery modes, timings, and a host of other variables.
This workshop is using 70:20:10 approach (70% through practice, 20% through learning from others, 10% from formal learning)* where most of the activities during the workshop are practice and learning from others (including from facilitator).
The workshop format is based on adult group-learning principles, in which participants interact as they discuss, analyze, and apply information from presentations, case discussions, and situational analyses to their own experience and organizations.
The workshop instructor are an experience safety management implementer and consultant with long and wide range experience in Indonesia and abroad. He has hands on experience in deeply managing several behavior and process safety related aspects. He is also trained in facilitating group workshop and discussion.
- Seminar objectives
2. Overview of PHA
3. PHA Implementation
- Prepare and plan PHA with interactive workshop
4. Hazard identification (with interactive workshop)
- Defining Hazard
- Difference between hazard and Work Activities with Hazardous Tasks
- Hazard identification techniques
- Source of information
5. Identification of potential consequence (with interactive workshop)
- Defining consequences
- Inherently safer process
- Human factor engineering
- Facility siting
6. Risk assessment
- What is risk assessment matrix (RAM)?
- Application of RAM
- Defining Risk
- Step by step using RAM
- Beware of RAM misuse
7. Hazard and consequence analysis – identification of barrier (control and recovery measures)
- What If / Checklist, with interactive workshop
- HAZOP (Hazard and Operability Study), with interactive workshop
- FMEA (Failure Mode Effect Analysis), with interactive workshop
- Concept of LOPA (Layer of Protection Analysis)
- Bow Tie analysis
8. Recommendation and Report
10. Management review