Advanced Hazard Assessment Techniques for SIL Determination

Date From: 05 November 2018
Date To: 09 November 2018
Location: United Kingdom
Description: Understand the causes and sequence of failure that can lead to significant hazardous events occurring, and be able to identify the key contributors to the level of risk.
Event Type: IChemE Accredited Training Course
Venue: Edinburgh, UK
Organiser: ABB Consulting, UK
Contact Name: Jackie Kendall
Contact Phone: +44 (0) 1642 372121
Contact Email: jackie.kendall@gb.abb.com

Overview

Designed for those who need to understand the causes and sequence of failure that can lead to significant hazardous events occurring, and be able to identify the key contributors to the level of risk. The course discusses how to quantify hazardous event likelihood using a range of techniques, in order to assess whether the level of risk is sufficiently low and, if not, where to focus attention for cost-effective improvement. It also considers instrumented protective systems and other risk reduction measures, and assesses their actual benefit.

Learning outcomes

You should be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of SIL and hazard assessment including:

  • logical analysis using fault tree techniques for scenarios leading to hazardous events
  • use of data and its application to predict the likelihood of a hazardous event
  • development of practical hazard criteria
  • handling of dependent or common mode failures
  • basic human error assessment
  • applying basic SIL and hazard assessment in a variety of situations to help in making more effective cost and effective decisions

Who will benefit

  • process design engineers-creating more robust designs
  • electrical, control and instrument engineers
  • safety managers and advisors
  • works or technical managers with responsibility for managing risk
  • leaders of HAZOP studies-thinking about multiple failures and how serious events occur-thinking for high hazard plants

From the following industries

  • petrochemical and chemical
  • batch and fine chemical
  • pharmaceutical
  • oil and gas
  • power and utility

Fees

IChemE member: £2200 +VAT
Non-member: £2320 + VAT 

Course presenter

Gaynor Woodford-Phillips, ABB Consulting


Duration for CPD recording purposes: up to 35.5 hours.

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