Recent and historical incidents have highlighted the importance of having a clear understanding of the principles of process safety management throughout an organisation. This course, developed for those who are not in a process safety line management position but whose activities influence the process safety performance of their organisation. This can include staff engaged in corporate, R&D, commercial, HR and IT activities.
This course will provide a broad understanding of the tools and problem-solving techniques used in process safety.
- understand what process safety is and the human, environmental and business consequences of poor process safety
- have applied a simple model for analysing process safety incidents
- have a broad understanding of process safety hazards and risk
- learn how process safety management is organised and what are the elements of a modern process safety management system
- understand your role in promoting process safety.
Who will benefit
- anyone involved in a role which does not have direct line responsibility for process safety
- anyone who would like to develop a broad understanding of process safety.
- Importance of process safety
- A model for process safety incidents
- Key hazards
- Hazard identification and risk assessment techniques
- Risk tolerability
- Process safety in design
- Asset integrity
- Legal framework
- Management systems and continuous improvement
- Management of change
- Monitoring and assurance
- Human factors
- Safety culture and leadership