Managing process safety is one of the most challenging aspects of achieving safe and reliable operations for any company working in oil and gas and chemical industries. Process Safety incidents cost money, disrupt reliable operations but can also result in massive damage, loss of life and can threaten the very existence of an organisation. There is no evidence the frequency of serious process safety incidents are reducing.
This course, run by an internationally acclaimed process safety professional and aimed at senior managers, production, reliability and safety personnel will provide a comprehensive coverage of process safety including underpinning theory, practical tools and processes, how to measure process safety, establishing an effective process safety culture and managing process safety risks.
Key benefits of attending this workshop
By end of this course, delegates will be able to:
- UNDERSTAND the essentials of managing process safety
- BETTER MANAGE process safety data and calculations
- EXPAND HAZOP processes such as C-HAZOP and Human- HAZOP
- APPLY LOPA, maps, matrix, reliably modeling tools and techniques
- IDENTIFY the gaps between human error, reliability and management
- ANALYSE performance indicators and continuous improvement processes
Who Should Attend?
The seminar is aimed to a wide range of above-level professionals working in process industries handling hazardous substances. Those who may benefit from this course include:
- Managers - Operations, Safety
- Project, Engineering, and Technical Managers
- Engineers - Instrumentation, Electrical, Process, Safety, Project and Mechanical
- Technicians/Specialist - instrumentation
Why you should Attend?
Process safety incidents can induce an enormous loss of capital and business continuity and can cost enormous loss of reputation. This workshop aims to provide delegates with an understanding of the key elements of Process Safety and how these are typically implemented in industry. These will each be described and discussed using classroom presentations, discussions and workshops.
- When can you guarantee your employees safety?
- What should you do as a Manager to ensure the safety of your employees?
- How do you establish a comprehensive management system?
- How do you ensure that your organisation is fit for purpose and suits the PSM system that you are using?
- Case studies and examples included will bring to life the methods and components that will be discussed and dissected over the two days