D637 Fundamentals of Risk Based Process Safety Management

Event Facts

Date:
  • 9 Jun. 2021
  • 9 Jun. 2021
  • 10 Jun. 2021
  • 10 Jun. 2021
Times:
Half-day sessions, starting in the mornings or afternoons for the Americas. Any variation to this will be communicated in advance.
Event Code:
T637b21VC
Sessions:
4 sessions
Instructors:
Richard Carter
Location:
Virtual
Booking Status:
Good Availability
Fee:
CAD $1,650 (Exclusive of tax)
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Course Facts

Course Code:
D637
Duration:
2 days
Type:
Virtual Classroom
CEU:
1.6 Continuing Education Units
PDH:
16 Professional Development Hours
Certificate:
Certificate Issued Upon Completion

Summary

This two day distance learning overview course designed to give operations and technical personnel a basic understanding of the principles of process safety management. The course is designed to be interactive using both group work and case studies to reinforce the learning and understanding.

This overview course is based upon the Risk Based Process Safety Approach developed by the Center for Chemical Process Safety published in 2007. It also takes into consideration the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering PSM standard.

Duration and Training Method

Two distance learning classroom days providing 1.6 CEU (Continuing Education Credits) or 16 PDH (Professional Development Hours)

This course contains 12 technical hours and may be eligible for Continuous Maintenance points by The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP)

Participants will learn:
  1. Examine and categorize the similarities and differences between occupational and process safety systems, and describe their functions operating in tandem.
  2. Compare and contrast current Industry Standard Process Safety Management (PSM) programs.
  3. Develop an understanding of Risk-Based Process Safety Management (RBPSM) and its applicability in the industry.
  4. Identify and analyze the importance and key details of each PSM component.
  5. Discuss the application of each PSM element and their impact on daily work activities.
  6. Establish and describe the relationship between safety culture and PSM.
  7. Formulate practical strategies using succinct comparisons and analytical approaches to investigate areas requiring additional scrutiny.
  8. Demonstrate the methodology for integrating PSM into current safety management systems and propose key implementation procedures for applying PSM in the field.

Part One - Commitment to Process Safety
1. Leadership
2. Employee Participation
3. Compliance to Standards
4. Workforce Competency
5. Stakeholder outreach and engagement

Part Two – Understand Hazards and Risks
1. Process Knowledge Management
2. Hazard Identification and Risk analysis

Part Three – Manage Risk
3. Operating Procedures ( Normal and Abnormal)
4. Safe Work Practices
5. Asset Integrity and Reliability
6. Contractor management
7. Training and Performance Assurance
8. Management of Change
9. Operational Readiness
10. Conduct of Operations
11. Emergency Management

Part Four – Learn from Experience
12. Incident Management
13. Measurement and Metrics
14. Auditing
15. Management Review and Continuous Improvement

Who should attend

Anyone who is working in close proximity to hazardous processes such as Operations and Maintenance Personnel, Supervisors, Engineers and Safety Professionals. Anyone who wishes to gain a better understanding of process safety and the application of the principles to facilities handling hazardous materials.

 

 

 

Richard Carter

Background
Richard Carter is a Professional Engineer, and is qualified as a Functional Safety Engineer (F.S. Eng.) in Process Hazards and Risk Analysis through the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program. Richard is an experienced facilitator of Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) studies, such as Hazard and Operability (HAZOP), Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), Hazard Identification (HAZID) and What-If Analysis. He has facilitated more than 120 PHA studies for some of the largest operating and engineering organizations in Canada and the United States, and has field experience in oilsands and petrochemicals facilities.

Richard is a training instructor, and teaches the 2-day P&ID/Engineering Drawings Interpretation course, the 1-day Introduction to Process Hazards Analysis course, and the 3-day PHA/HAZOP Facilitation course at ACM Facility Safety. He has also managed ACM’s education and training program for public and private offerings, and developed customized PHA procedures and education materials to meet the specific needs of clients.

Courses Taught
N639 - Introduction to PHA/HAZOP
N640 - P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram) and Engineering Drawings Interpretation

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