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    Process Safety Management Key Personnel

    Course Description:

    • This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge and tools for process safety.
    • The course covers the 20 elements of the risk-based process safety (RBPS) and the value and importance of it, HAZID applied to engineering, operations, and maintenance, the different methodologies to run Process Safety Analysis, the basic concept of the and application of HAZOP, asset integrity, and reliability concepts and how they support the process safety. 
    Objective
    • By the end of this course, the participants will be able to:
          • Understand the value and the importance of Risk-Based Process Safety (RBPS) and how it fits into business success
          • List and explain the four pillars and 20 elements of RBPS and describe their interaction.
          • Describe a RBPS management system that supports the culture, needs, and resources of your company.
          • Apply the 20 elements of RBPS design to your workplace by utilizing the accepted methods and resources.
          • Know Process Safety Roles & Responsibilities and accountabilities
          • Understand Hazard Identification for Operations, Engineering, Inspection, and Maintenance Workers.
          • Compare the different types of process hazard analysis techniques including an introduction to HAZOP study methodology to determine what can go wrong.
          • Discuss the principles of Risk Analysis and Risk Management
          • Overview of the concept of layers of protection to prevent and/or mitigate the loss of containment events. 
          • Describe how process safety management should be used in coordination with process design and plant operations 
          • Understand how Asset Integrity and Reliability element is important to support process safety by ensuring the equipment is properly designed, installed in accordance with specifications, and remains fit for use until it is retired.

    Day 1

    • Overview of the process safety and the distinction between Process Safety vs Occupational Safety
    • Inherently safer processes during plant design
    • Barrier Management and Layers of Protection Analysis Overview
    • Overview about the risk base process safety strategy and its 20 elements
    • The key elements of Process Safety Management Systems:
          • Process Safety Culture
          • Compliance with standards
          • Workforce Involvement
          • Process Safety Knowledge 
          • Hazards Identification & Risk Assessment

    Day 2

    • 1st Day Recap by Qatar Champions.
    • Methods for Conducting the PHA Overview
          • What if
          • Check list
          • HAZOP
          • FMEA
          • Fault Tree analyses
          • Swiss cheese
          • Bow tie
          • Proactive root cause analysis
          • What method to use
    • Other key elements of Process Safety Management Systems - Continued:
          • Operating Procedures
          • Asset Integrity and Reliability 
          • Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis;
          • Management of Change
          • Operational Readiness
    • Importance and requirements of shift handover;
    • Process Safety Key Performance Indicators;
    • Recap and exercises

    Course Facilitation Aids:

    Presentation

    Discussion

    Videos

    Online Survey

    40 %

    30 %

    20 %

    10 %


    • Operational key personnel


    • Overview of the process safety and the distinction between Process Safety vs Occupational Safety;
    • Inherently safer processes during plant design;
    • Barrier Management and Layers of Protection Analysis Overview;
    • Overview of the risk base process safety strategy and its 20 elements;
    • The key elements of Process Safety Management Systems:
    • Process Safety Culture
    • Compliance with standards
    • Workforce Involvement
    • Process Safety Knowledge 
    • Hazards Identification & Risk Assessment
    • Methods for Conducting the PHA Overview
    • What if
    • Check list
    • HAZOP
    • FMEA
    • Fault Tree analyses
    • Swiss cheese
    • Bow tie
    • Proactive root cause analysis
    • What method to use
    • Other key elements of Process Safety Management Systems - Continued:
    • Operating Procedures
    • Asset Integrity and Reliability 
    • Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis;
    • Management of Change
    • Operational Readiness
    • Importance and requirements of shift handover;
    • Process Safety Key Performance Indicators.

    • Onsite experience with technical procedures


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