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Locations Dates Duration Tuition
Chicago, IL July 11-13, 2017 3 days $1,795
Houston, TX November 1-3, 2017 3 days $1,795

Course Description

Facilities that implement process safety programs to comply with government regulations or follow industry guidelines must ensure that their personnel understand process safety and their role in its ongoing implementation. This course is targeted at personnel who work at facilities that have existing programs but who need to gain knowledge and experience with process safety so they can play their part in its implementation. Personnel who are involved in setting up a new process safety program will also benefit from the course.

The course begins with a brief review of process safety and regulatory and industry programs. It moves quickly to hands-on workshops and exercises to assist attendees in understanding vital aspects of addressing key process safety elements. Videos are used to emphasize and illustrate key points. Instructor-led discussions are a key part of the course and allow our highly experienced instructors to communicate their wealth of experience and knowledge and tailor it to the needs of each class.

Customized versions of this course are available for in-house delivery to managers, engineers and operations / maintenance personnel.

Objective

Contribute effectively to the ongoing implementation of the process safety program for a facility.

Target Audience

All facility personnel who may play a part in the ongoing implementation of a facility’s process safety program including management, engineering, operations and maintenance personnel.

Prerequisites

None.

Course Contents

  • Introduction
  • Overview of process safety
  • Process safety programs
  • Management systems
  • Personnel competency and training
  • Process safety information and knowledge
  • Basic process safety elements
  • Performance indicators
  • Process safety culture
  • Human factors
  • Facility and stationary source siting
  • Hazard identification and risk analysis
  • Procedures
  • Safe work practices
  • Operational readiness
  • Conduct of operations
  • Management of change
  • Asset integrity
  • Contractor management
  • Emergency management
  • Incident investigation
  • Auditing
  • Management review

Duration / Credits

  • Three days, 2.1 CEUs or 21 PDHs awarded

Tuition

  • $ 1,795 (U.S.) per person (see registration form for information on multiple-enrollment discounts)

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