Process Safety Fundamentals

Upcoming Session : Bogor, 28-30 November 2012

“Avoiding Major Accident Hazards is the Key to Safe and Profitable Operations”

Process safety practices and formal safety management systems have been in place in some companies. Process safety management systems are in place to manage the risk associated with the processes we operate. Incidents have to be responded to and the consequences of such incidents have to be rectified. Knowing that latent failures exist in all processes and systems, identifying these latent conditions is a key element of identifying risk.
Large scale industrial accidents involving the release of hazardous materials present a risk to industry and society as a whole. Mechanical failure, fire, explosion and toxic dispersion are just a few of the direct effects of something going wrong in process operations. These conditions, if unchecked, can further lead to multiple injuries and fatalities, property damage, business losses and environmental impact.
This training is intended to give some overview of process safety and risk management concepts to personnel involved in design, operations, field safety and maintenance. This training builds on, and compliments, General Process Safety Management initiative, and introduces systems and concepts that have been effective across industry.

Who should attend?
Operators, Maintenance Supervisors, Offshore Installation Manager, Engineers, HSE Advisors, HSE Officers, Project Managers, Project Engineers

Course Content:
Day 1
• Process safety definitions and principle
• Process safety management
• Process safety compliance with regulations and standards
Day 2
• Hazards and risk management
• Major Accident Risk
• Process safety vs occupational safety
Day 3
• Engineering Safety
• Inherently Safer Design
• Sustaining process safety with continuous improvement

Our Instructor has international recognition in the area of process safety together with depth operations experience and knowledge which enable bringing practical approach emphasize instead of theoretical approach.