Major incidents continue to occur in the process industries, yet many investigations reveal shortcomings where effective management using process safety performance indicators (PSMI) and process safety management (PSM) audit programmes could have reduced the risk of such an occurrence.
Our popular Process Safety Performance Indicators and PSM Auditing course is a chance to improve your process safety performance and to hear from experts about applying best practice.
Developing effective PSPIs is not always straightforward. A balanced approach that considers leading as well as lagging indicators is the best way to manage major hazards, whilst avoiding the pitfall of creating an unwieldy system where counting becomes more important than action.
This course will help you understand how to improve the effectiveness of process safety performance indicators and process safety management audits. It examines the guidance published by the Health and Safety Executive and others to help create and implement an effective process safety performance programme.
It includes practical workshops aimed at improving process safety management auditing skills and uses past incident case studies to demonstrate how PSPIs and PSM audit programmes could have reduced the risk of these incidents.
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By the end of this course, you will understand:
- process safety performance indicators (PSPIs)
- how to select and use effective leading and lagging PSPIs using the HSE six-stage approach
- the benefits of planning and preparation for PSM audits
- the different PSM audit types, protocols and techniques that can be employed
- how to improve your PSM auditing skills.
Who will benefit
Managers, engineers and safety personnel who are responsible for conducting PSM Audits or are involved in establishing and implementing a process safety performance indicators programme within their own organisation.
The course assumes that delegates will have a basic knowledge and understanding of PSM systems.
- Introduction to PSPIs – what are they and why use them?
- HSG 254 methodology
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- Example PSPIs
- Selecting PSPIs workshop
- Past major incidents
- PSM auditing and the need for it
- Basic steps of a PSM audit program
- Auditor roles and interview skills
- Data gathering and writing recommendations
- Learning from industry