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Chemical Process Hazards Analysis with OSHA Safety Standards

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Chemical Process Hazards Analysis with OSHA Safety Standards
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 106 lectures (4h 59m) | Size: 1.42 GB




HAZOP, What If, Fault Tree Analysis FTA, Failure Mode & Effect Analysis FMEA with practical examples for SAFE operation
What you'll learn:
Learn the key steps and procedure to systematic identification of hazards and related accident scenarios
Know, Understand and Implement the provisions of the OSHA's Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals Standard - PSM Rule (29 CFR 1910.119)
Gain a clear understanding of the key components of Process Safety Methods for process hazards analysis (HAZOP, FMEA, FTA, What-If, Checklist.)
Successfully conduct any type of the following Process Hazards Analyses : HAZOP, Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), What-If, Checklist.
Define roles and responsibilities applicable to the various Process Hazards Analyses (HAZOP, FMEA, FTA, What-If, Checklist.)
Deepen your knowledge of codes, standards and regulations relative to occupational safety
Asses process operations and maintenance in order to promote a safe workplace
Contribute to the safety of your facility, your fellow workers and yourself
Develop your process hazards analysis skills through various practice sessions covering real industrial processes
Test your knowledge through valuable technical quizzes (140+ questions)
Download valuable resources to further develop your knowledge and skills

Requirements
Some engineering or field knowledge is preferable but not mandatory. All the concepts are explained in depth using an easy to understand language to allow students to build their knowledge from the ground up

Description
Process Hazards Analysis and Process Safety Management are a critical skill in our increasingly complex industrial world.

Recent catastrophic events, such as Deep Water Horizon Blowout or Beirut Port Blast, highlight the perils of poor Process Safety Management.

In this regard, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), is one of the world's leading bodies in setting Safety Standards for analyzing process hazards and establishing efficient safety management programs.

The OSHA's Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals Standard (29 CFR 1910.119), referred to in this course as the PSM Rule, contains an integrated set of chemical process safety management elements, designed to prevent chemical releases that can lead to catastrophic fires, explosions, or toxic exposures.

One of the most important elements of this PSM Rule is the Process Hazards Analysis (PrHA).

This analysis requires the systematic identification of hazards and related accident scenarios.

The PSM Rule allows the use of different analysis methods :

- Checklist Analysis

- What-If Analysis

- What-If / Checklist Analysis

- HAZards & OPerability study (HAZOP)

- Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA)

- Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

Each process plant or facility that stores or uses hazardous chemicals in above-threshold quantities as defined by the PSM Rule, will have to develop the capability to complete Process Hazards Analyses as required.

As a potential actor in these facilities, it is therefore vital that you have a thorough understanding of the standards and techniques for analyzing and mitigating process safety hazards.

By ensuring that these standards are properly understood and applied, you contribute to the safety of your facility, your fellow workers and yourself !!!

The purpose of this online course is threefold :

Break down for you the principles and key components of Process Safety Methods into easily digestible concepts.

The Process Safety Methods covered in this course include :

- Checklist Analysis

- What-If Analysis

- What-If / Checklist Analysis

- HAZards & OPerability study (HAZOP)

- Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA)

- Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

Illustrate through practical process examples, the key steps and procedure to systematic identification of hazards and related accident scenarios

Provide guidelines and best practices for performing Process Hazards Analysis (PrHA) according to the OSHA's PSM Rule requirements

For each Process Hazards Analysis (PrHA), detailed technical descriptions and basic step-by-step instructions will be provided to you, along with practice sessions, quizzes, useful examples and numerous downloadable resources to emphasize the key learning points.

When the course content and practice sessions have been completed, we expect that you will have become a competent process hazards analyst. You will not be a HAZOP or FMEA expert, but you will be prepared to become one if that is what you want and persist to be.

So with no further ado, check out the free preview videos and the curriculum of the course and we look forward to seeing you in the first section.

Hope to see you there

WR Training

Spread the wings of your knowledge

PS. Keep in mind, safety in process industries remains to be of utmost importance during operation and maintenance and must be constantly verified with various methodologies.

Enjoy the course and stay safe out there !

Who this course is for
Operating personnel in refineries, petrochemical and chemical plants
Process engineers
Chemical engineers
Design engineers
Maintenance Engineers
Safety engineers
HSE Professionals
Technical Professionals dealing with risk assessment and integrity analysis
Managers unfamiliar with Process Safety Management
Senior managers wishing to refresh and consolidate Process Safety knowledge




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