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Safety Solutions delivers this intensive 5-day course for IChemE. It will benefit staff at all levels in an organisation keen to develop or improve their knowledge of process safety, hazards, risk and their management. This course is delivered on behalf of IChemE. Price given is approximate. Register your interest here or go to the official IchemE website to register.
HAZOP studies are the process industry’s accepted standard for critically examining planned or existing processes and procedures and identifying associated hazards to people, the environment or the equipment. The aim of this course is to train the course participants to become effective and efficient HAZOP review facilitators.
The assessment for NZQA Unit Standard 19341 (HAZOP Participants) is included in this course. NZQA Unit Standard 27243 (HAZOP Leaders) can be achieved with a post course assignment and assessment at an additional fee of $150 (excl. GST) per person.
Process plants are complex and the hazards associated with their operation are not easily identified and managed. However, as recurring process safety incidents show, it is imperative that the hazards and risks related to process plants are identified and adequately managed. This course is aimed at operators and engineers of process plants and offers an overview of the various aspects of process safety across the whole life cycle of process plants.
With operating companies worldwide suffering from a shortage of experienced personnel and high turnover, development and retention of relevant expertise is a perpetual challenge. To help customers establish and maintain in-house capability, Safety Solutions is delivering the Apex Optimisation training courses with a focus on practical application.
This course covers the basic methodology of LOPA and the detailed stages of its application. Participants are shown how to identify significant scenarios, estimate frequencies for the worst-case events and how to assign risk categories. Safety Solutions delivers this course on behalf of IChemE and registration is only possible through IChemE.
A risk assessment is used to determine whether the risks associated with process hazards are managed to an acceptable level. There are a number of techniques available, and selecting the correct tool is critical to performing an effective assessment. This course is covers both quantitative and qualitative risk assessment tools (including bow tie, layer of protection analysis (LOPA), risk matrix, fault tree) and how they can be applied to the overall safety assessment process.