Process Hazard Analysis Training
The Process Hazards Analysis seminar is designed to train members and leaders of process hazards review teams and also to make Leaders and Managers of process safety programs aware of what process hazards analysis entails. The training begins with a brief summary of the elements of process safety and risk management to establish what a process safety and risk management program is and how process hazards analysis fits into the overall program.
This training enables the participants to take the lead in establishing and sustaining a process hazards analysis program. It covers techniques for assessing both projects in design and processes in operation. It familiarizes participants with consequence analysis (hazard assessment) and emphasizes the four principal methods for conducting process hazards reviews.
Participants gain practical experience by forming teams of four to six people and applying analysis methods to simplified manufacturing process systems.
Upon completing the training, participants will be well qualified to participate in process hazards analysis and many will be able to lead What-If/Checklist, FMEA, and HAZOP methods. They will also gain an understanding of what consequence analysis and Fault Tree Analysis are and how they are conducted.