N641 PHA/HAZOP Facilitation Training

Event Facts

Date:
4 - 6 Dec. 2019
Event Code:
T641e19CA
Duration:
3 days
Instructors
Marcel Leal-Valias, Richard Carter
Location:
Calgary
Booking Status:
Good Availability
Fee:
CAD $2,200 (Exclusive of tax)
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Course Facts

Course Code:
N641
Duration:
3 days
Type:
Classroom
CEU:
2.4 Continuing Education Units
PDH:
24 Professional Development Hours
Certificate:
Certificate Issued Upon Completion

Summary

This 3-day PHA / HAZOP course is designed to deliver expert instruction on how to successfully plan and execute Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) studies efficiently and effectively. This includes understanding the principles behind each of the major PHA methods (HAZOP, What-if?, Checklist, FMEA), learning how to deal with challenging personalities within the PHA team and how to avoid common pitfalls and traps so your PHA studies run smoothly.

Duration and Training Method

Three classroom days providing 2.4 CEU (Continuing Education Units) or 24 PDH (Professional Development Hours)

Participants will learn to

1. Develop a robust understanding of the key concepts of Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) and its role in Health, Safety and Environment management.
2. Define and apply the most common PHA hazard identification techniques.
3. Characterize the responsibilities involved in PHA participation and leadership.
4. Identify and apply the basic skills and practices of What-If? and HAZOP techniques.
5. Construct realistic guidelines and effective leadership strategies to facilitate PHA’s within organizations.
6. Distinguish the principles behind each of the major PHA methods (HAZOP, What-If, Checklist, FMEA).
7. Formulate strategies for dealing with challenging personalities within the PHA team and avoid common pitfalls during PHA studies.
8. Provide practical opportunities to prepare drawings, populate software and facilitate studies using Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) drawings.

Day One
1. Introduction
     a. Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
2. Quantitative and qualitative hazard analysis
3. Elements of facility risk
4. PHA teams
5. PHA methods
     a. Hazards and Operability Study (HAZOP)
     b. Preliminary Hazards Analysis
     c. Checklist Analysis
     d. What-If Analysis
     e. Combined Checklist / What-If? Analysis
     f. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)


Day Two
6. Method selection criteria
7. PHA documentation issues
8. PHA leadership
     a. PHA Facilitation Skills
     b. Team Leader Qualifications
     c. PHA Leader Responsibilities
     d. PHA Group Dynamics
9. PHA management
     a. Defining Scope and Objective
     b. Estimating Time Requirements
     c. Documenting the Study
10. PHA Workshop
     a. HAZOP “Practice” Study

Day Three
11. PHA Workshop (continued)
      a. PHAZOP “Practice” Study
      b. What-If? “Practice” Study

Who should attend

  • Supervisors, managers and engineers responsible for PHA studies
  • PHA / HAZOP Team Leaders & scribes
  • Health & Safety / HSE professionals
  • Process Safety Management (PSM) / Loss Management specialists

Prerequisites and linking courses

It is recommended that the following courses be completed prior to attending this course.

  • P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram) and Engineering Drawings Interpretation

Marcel Leal-Valias

Background
Mr. Leal-Valias has more than 50 years of experience in engineering/design and project management in the petrochemical industry in North and South America and Australia and 27 years as a certified PHA specialist and trainer. He holds a diploma in Mechanical Engineering from Centro de Treinamento Industrial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and diplomas in Management and Supervision from People Growth Inc., Los Angeles, USA. Mr. Leal-Valias has conducted a multitude of PHA studies that comply with OSHA Process Safety Management guidelines in North and South America, the Middle East, Asia and the Caribbean and also has delivered P&ID and PHA training courses to many companies in Canada and overseas.

He is a member of ASET, the Society of Piping Engineers and Designers, Project Management Institute and the Canadian Institute of Energy.

Courses Taught
N639 - Introduction to PHA/HAZOP
N640 - P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram) and Engineering Drawings Interpretation
N641 - PHA/HAZOP Facilitation Training

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
N640 - P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram) and Engineering Drawings Interpretation
N641 - PHA/HAZOP Facilitation Training

Alternative Dates for this Course

Great instructor. Lots of years of experience. Provided us with tips on facilitation and how to look at HAZOPs and What-IF PHAs