Process safety centers on preventing hazards and accidental releases in chemical process facilities or other facilities dealing with hazardous materials such as refineries and oil/gas production installations.
The aim of this course is to help engineers and facility operators gain the skills and knowledge needed for safe plant/equipment design and to eliminate explosions, fires, and other hazardous incidents as well as manage or reduce other risks to acceptable levels (As Low As Reasonably Practicable – ALARP) during process operations.
Students will learn the details involved in process safety engineering design with emphasis on the oil and gas sector.
There will be the utilization of case studies and end-of-course dummy project to drive home the key learning points and ensure applicability of knowledge acquired.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Gain detailed understanding of the key principles of process safety, risk analysis and its management
- Understand different international and company codes and standards associated with process safety engineering and their application.
- Identify and appreciate primary process hazard analysis methods and their applications.
- Carry out hazards classification and understand detection and mitigation techniques for different types of hazards.
- Recognize different safety engineering deliverables required in engineering projects and become familiar with the requirements and preparation.
- Understand your role in promoting process safety
- Understand software requirement in process safety engineering and their limitations.
Course Content Summary
Some of the course topics are:
- Introduction to Process Safety
- International and company codes and standards associated with process safety engineering and their application.
- Hazard identification and risk assessment techniques
- Corrosion and control techniques
- Material selection
- Process hazards analysis techniques
- Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA): concept and methodology
- Process safety management
- Importance of Management of Change (MOC)
- Hazardous area classification
- Safety Integrity Level (SIL) basics and methods
NOTE: The forty (40) hours course contains more topics/details than the fifteen (15) hours course.
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