This course focuses on measures to protect life and avoid serious injury, including the provision of shelter and refuges, escape routes, evacuation equipment, fire fighting and shut-down sectors.
You will be led through the fundamentals of emergency response requirements using a blend of theory and workshop exercises, drawing upon case studies from a range of industry sectors. Register your interest.
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By the end of course delegates will:
- learn the regulatory requirements (eg 1995 PFEER) pertaining to the protection of people during major accidents
- identify all foreseeable integrity threats (Major Accident Hazards)
- understand the risk analysis required for both onshore and offshore major accident response planning
- describe the components of emergency procedures from minor incidents to major accidents
- explain the effectiveness of the plants protection and procedures, including temporary refuges
- appreciate the requirement for emergency response planning and communications
- clearly describe the various roles within emergency response and incident management.
Who will benefit
- anyone involved in the prevention of major accidents or incidents
- project and plant managers.
- Introduction to UK and international regulations
- Identifying integrity threats and their potential to compromise the integrity of places of refuges
- Risk analysis required for both onshore and offshore major accident planning
- Emergency response principles
- Management of major emergencies
- Emergency response planning, communications and training
- Effectiveness of facility provided protection and procedures, including temporary refuges
- Lessons learned from accidents