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    Risk Based Process Safety Management System 20 Elements CCPS

    Course description

    • A risk-based process safety management system (RBPS) is a proactive approach to preventing process safety incidents by focusing on identifying and mitigating hazards before they can cause harm. Training on RBPS equips personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement and maintain an effective system, ultimately improving safety and reducing risk.
    • Classroom - Listening and contributing to discussions and exercises (group Discussions and workshops)
    • Upon the completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
    • Understand the principles of RBPS.
    • Prioritizing resources: By focusing on the highest risks, organizations can allocate resources more effectively to achieve maximum safety impact.
    • Continuous improvement: RBPS is an iterative process that encourages ongoing evaluation and improvement of safety measures.
    • Recognize the importance of management commitment
    • Successful RBPS implementation requires a strong commitment from leadership. Training should emphasize the role of management.
    • Promoting a positive safety culture throughout the organization.
    • Demonstrating personal commitment to risk-based safety practices.
    • Learn to identify and assess process hazards
    • Understanding different types of process hazards (e.g., fire, explosion, toxic releases).
    • Utilizing hazard identification techniques like HAZOP (Hazard and Operability Study) and What-If analysis.
    • Conducting risk assessments to evaluate the severity and likelihood of potential incidents.
    • Understand risk management strategies
    • Training should cover various risk management strategies for mitigating identified hazards.
    • Apply RBPS tools and techniques
    • Participants should gain practical experience in applying RBPS tools and techniques
    • Encouraging open communication about safety concerns.
    • Empowering employees to identify and report hazards.
    • Recognizing and rewarding safe work practices.
    • Overall, RBPS training equips personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to create and maintain a proactive safety culture, ultimately leading to a safer and more productive work environment.

    • Examples of process safety disaster accidents
    • Abbreviations
    • Introduction of RBPS management
    • RBPS 4 pillars according to CCPS
    • Process safety standards
    • Commit to process safety
      • Process safety culture
      • Compliance with standards

    • Day 1 Recap
    • Commit to process safety
      • Process safety competency
      • Workforce involvement
      • Stakeholder outreach
    • Understand hazards and risk
      • Process knowledge management
      • Hazard identification and risk analysis

    • Day 2 Recap
    • Manage risk
      • Operating procedures
      • Safe work practices
      • Asset integrity and reliability
      • Contractor management
      • Training and performance assurance
      • Management of change

    • Day 3 Recap
    • Manage risk
      • Operational readiness
      • Conduct of operation
      • Emergency management
    • Learn from experience
      • Incident investigation

    • Day 4 Recap
    • Learn from experience
      • Measurement and metrics
      • Auditing
      • Management review and continuous improvement
    • Final exam
    • Course quality evaluation form

    • All levels of Management.
    • Mid and Senior levels Engineering departments
    • All front-line engineers (HSE, Operation, Maintenance, Process, Process Safety, Fire and Contractors)

    • Explain the purpose of process safety.
    • Explain the system 4 block foundation.
    • Describe in detail the 20 elements of this RBPS MS as per CCPS.

    • Fundatmaltasl knowledge of Risk management and process safety

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