Many organizations across all industries are concerned with why safety incidents of varying severities continue to occur. The more pressing concern is what can be done about them. This workshop is intended to help organization managers and HSE leaders to identify and mitigate potential high consequence vulnerabilities to reduce the site’s risk profile, by using HAZOP, management of Change, Incident Investigations, and other frameworks included in the Process Safety Management regulations. This 3-day masterclass provides an in-depth study of the most significant Process Safety Management (PSM) elements. It is intended to help Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) leaders to identify and mitigate potential high consequence vulnerabilities to reduce the site’s risk profile using the structured framework of the Process Safety Management Regulation. Group exercises are designed to take advantage of groupthink and brainstorming, to help develop solutions and techniques that participants can take back home to solve some of their current challenges.
Risk Based Process Safety Management
Top Learning Objectives
- Understand the elements of the OSHA Process Safety Management regulations and its use as a tool to improve safety performance.
- Review some of the most significant industrial accidents and understand how the learning is applicable today.
- Explore how organizational culture contributes to safety performance.
- Understand how performance measurements can help or hinder.
- Review facts and perceptions about human errors and safety performance.
- Learn methodologies and frameworks for identifying major risks at your site.
- Recognize techniques for investigating incidents at your site.
- Review requirements and means for monitoring information on the hazards, equipment, and technology of the process.
- Explore the importance of maintaining the integrity of instruments, control systems, mechanical equipment, and electrical devices.
- Learn tools and methodologies to take back to your site and improve process safety performance.
Who Should Attend?
The masterclass will prove useful to attendees wanting to become familiar with identifying and mitigatinging potential high consequence vulnerabilities to reduce the site’s risk profile. The course is appropriate for individuals working in either a technical or non-technical role of refining biotech, chemicals, energy, and manufacturing industries, including the following:
- PSM Implementation
- Asset Integrity
- Project Engineering and management
- Process Engineering