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    Functional Safety Training Program (PH&RA)

    Course description

    • A process hazard analysis (PHA) (or process hazard evaluation) is an exercise for the identification of hazards of a process facility and the qualitative or semi-quantitative assessment of the associated risk. 
    • Risk analysis is the process of identifying and analyzing potential future events that may adversely impact a company.
    • Classroom - Listening and contributing to discussions and exercises (group Discussions and workshops).
    • Upon the completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
    • Process safety hazards can result in catastrophic outcomes, from a major fire to an explosion and/or a toxic release if the process or material is not managed with care.
    • It is therefore critical to perform a process hazard analysis (PHA) to identify process hazards as early as possible and put in place measures to control the hazards.
    • PHA is a method of technical risk assessment, It analyses industrial processes to identify hazardous situations and assess their potential impact if improperly managed.
    • A company performs risk analysis to better understand what may occur, the financial implications of that event occurring, and what steps it can take to mitigate or eliminate that risk.

    • PHRA Background (IEC 61508 and IEC 61511)
    • Process, Functional Safety, and Competency Management
    • Introduction to the Concepts and Principles of Hazards, Risk, and ALARP
    • Hazard Identification (HAZID)

    • Day 1 Recap.
    • Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP)
    • Security Risk Assessment
    • Introduction to the Case Study and
    • HAZOP Workshop
    • Hazard Risk Matrix Application

    • Day 2 Recap.
    • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
    • Event Tree Analysis (ETA)
    • Failure Modes and Effect Analysis
    • Human Error Analysis: HEART; PHEA; PIF

    • Day 3 Recap.
    • Risk Graph Calibration and Application
    • Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
    • LOPA Workshop

    • Day 4 Recap 
    • Developing the Safety Requirements Specification (SRS)
    • PHA software workshop.
    • Final exam
    • Course quality evaluation form

    • Managers – Operations, Safety, Maintenance, Project and Executive
    • Engineers – Process, Safety, and Maintenance
    • PSM Implementation Team Members – Anyone involved with implementation, including operators and maintenance personnel.
    • Compliance Auditors.
    • Environmental Management.

    • Explain the purpose of Functional Safety.
    • Explain what is the functional safety management system.
    • Describe different PHA methods through different life stages of projects.
    • Explain the Human Error effect and how to manage it.
    • Explain how to Develop the Safety Requirements Specification (SRS)

    • fundamental knowledge of HSS.

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