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HAZOP Leadership and Management

Location Perth, Australia

Date 3rd November 2020

Duration 3 days

Topic Safety

CPD Hours 18

Price IChemE member $3515 (inc GST), non-member $4040 (inc GST)

Overview

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"What an excellent course, it was one of the best I have been on in my career. Well thought out, clear and delivered superbly by real experts." 

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. 

You'll experience different team roles through case studies and be given the chance to practise guiding 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). You will also receive a copy of the IChemE book HAZOP: A Guide to Best Practice.

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

Who will benefit

Anyone with experience of the HAZOP technique who is required to lead HAZOP studies. It will also benefit process safety engineers, loss prevention specialists, production engineers, process design engineers, project engineers, process programmers and instrument control engineers.

Course outline

  • 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

Previous delegates say

100% of UK delegates in 2019 had their learning objectives met and said they would recommend the course to colleagues due to the:

  • knowledgeable, experienced and engaging trainers
  • good mix of lecturing and practical participation 
  • real-world examples and practical workshop exercises
  • detailed course materials
  • opportunity to share knowledge and experience with other participants from different industries
  • opportunity to understand best practice when facilitating HAZOPs

"What an excellent course, it was one of the best I have been on in my career. Well thought out, clear and delivered superbly by real experts."
John Douglas, Ramboll, UK

"The course quality and presentation was absolutely tremendous."
Shoja Shokofan, NRC Environmental Services, UK

"The practical aspect of the course helped a lot. There was a good mix of lecturing and practical participation that helped mimic the real life scenarios that I have been part of.''
Matthew Crawford, Scitech Engineering, UK

Discounts

Discounts are available to companies booking more than one place:

  • 2 places - 5% discount
  • 3 places - 10% discount
  • 4 or more places - 15% discount.

Bookings must be made at the same time to receive the discount.

In-company training

This course is also available as an in-company course (face-to-face or online) where content can be customised to meet your organisation's specific needs and delivered on a date/location that suits your requirements. Contact us for more information.

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Contact Phone +61 (03) 9642 4494

Contact Email austcourses@icheme.org

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Iain Murray, MIChemE

Trainer

Iain Murray, MIChemE

Beca

Iain is a chartered engineer and has significant management experience in Construction (gas pipelines) LNG and refining sectors and operational and general management. His passion and priorities for Process Safety and Risk Management has been a distinguishing aspect of his management approach. Iain led the Operations function of Operability, Reliability and Maintainability project - Chevrons Wheatstone Upstream. Iain was Project Director for Safety Case at Oji Fibre Solutions for two Pulp and Paper Mills in New Zealand and developed 14-element SMS, updated emergency management and production of safety case document for WorkSafe NZ. He is currently working with a large NZ corporation in Hazard ID, Risk Assessment and SCE management.

Iain’s varied experience includes project management, commissioning, optimising and improving processes, Profit and Loss responsibility, leadership and team development and worked for ExxonMobil (Mobil), Santos, Wesfarmers Energy, Clough AMEC , Zinfra, Amec Foster Wheeler and now with Beca.

Iain has presented on Process Safety conferences in New Zealand, Perth and Brisbane. He has a BSc majoring in chemistry and mathematics, a B Eng (Chem), and an Executive MBA from Australian Graduate School of Management.

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