HAZOP Leadership and Management - Ireland - September 2018

Date From: 04 September 2018
Date To: 06 September 2018
Location: Ireland
Description: This course explores best practice in HAZOP leadership and management. You will learn about the application of the technique and how to plan and manage study programmes more effectively. You will also learn how best to lead study teams to ensure maximum effectiveness and successful project execution.
Event Type: IChemE Course
Venue: Dublin, Ireland
Organiser: IChemE
Contact Name: Courses department
Contact Phone: +44 (0) 1788 534496
Contact Email: courses@icheme.org

Book Event

Alternative dates

19–21 June, Rugby, UK
11-13 September, Rugby, UK
13–15 November, London, UKHAZOP Leadership and Management

Overview

This course explores best practice in HAZOP leadership and management. You will learn about the application of the technique and how to plan and manage study programmes more effectively. You will also learn how best to lead study teams to ensure maximum effectiveness and successful project execution. 

Case studies will allow you to undertake a range of project team roles and provide the opportunity to guide a team through the HAZOP process.

Certificates will be issued to candidates that pass an end-of-course assessment (certification does not act as IChemE HAZOP leader accreditation/endorsement).

Download the HAZOP Leadership and Management course leaflet >>

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course you will understand: 

  • how to prepare for a HAZOP study meeting and programme – including defining the scope of the study and choosing the team
  • how to choose nodes (parts of the drawings or operation for HAZOP study)
  • how to estimate the programme requirements for the successful completion of a study
  • facilitation techniques to motivate the team and keep them on task
  • how to avoid common problems encountered during study meetings, including challenging behaviours
  • how to formulate the HAZOP study report
  • the team leader’s role in the implementation of recommendations and the management of the process

Course outline

  • leadership responsibilities
  • planning a HAZOP programme
  • node identification and time estimation
  • preparation of the event
  • recording style, skills and development of recommendations
  • HAZOP meeting facilitation
  • team dynamics
  • leadership through the study
  • development of the final report and action management

Who will benefit

This course is for individuals experienced in the HAZOP technique who are required to lead HAZOP studies.  They must have experience as a team member and understand the HAZOP methodology. Experience as a HAZOP study scribe would also be useful.

Fees

IChemE/Engineers Ireland member: €1760
Non-member: €1980

Course Presenter

Nigel Bowker BSc(Eng), ACGI, MBA, C Eng, FIChemE

After graduating from Imperial College in 1976 with a degree in chemical engineering, Nigel worked as a process engineer for two firms of design contractors (Stone and Webster and Davy Powergas) and later worked for Shell Expro.

In 1986, he joined BP where he worked for the next 22 years. His career with BP included exploration and field development, production operations offshore (in Forties) and onshore (in the Forties Pipeline System), internal audit and health, safety and environment. His final role was as HS&E Manager in supply chain management for the North Sea.

After taking early retirement from BP, Nigel set up his own consultancy. He has provided a range of services to clients including process engineering, audit, process safety and occupational safety. He now specializes in chairing HAZIDs and HAZOPs and is an accredited HAZOP chairman with BP.

Nigel is a fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and is a former chairman of the IChemE’s Aberdeen Member Group.


18 hours CPDDuration for CPD recording purposes: up to 18 hours.

If you are recording mandatory CPD you should refer to your own regulator’s requirements as recognition of CPD hours may vary.

IChemE member? Log your CPD via mycareerpath >>

IChemE is a registered charity in England & Wales (214379), and a charity registered in Scotland (SC 039661).