Process Safety Engineering

Duration: 3 days

Course Aim

This course is designed to help participants develop their understanding of the critical principles of process safety and its management, as well as the consequences of poor process safety and the key factors influencing the basis of process safety.

Course Objectives

At the end of the course, the trainee will be able to:

  • First, understand the fundamental principles of process safety and its management.
  • Understand Human, environmental and business consequences of poor process safety.
  • Describe the key factors influencing the basis of process safety.
  • Identify Hazards associated with a process plant and how the risks can be controlled.
  • Understand process safety requirements at each stage in the life cycle of a process plant from conceptual design through to operation, maintenance and modification.
  • Understand the interdependence and the need for overall organisation process safety management capability.
  • Understand how to acquire further knowledge and understanding of process safety management.

Course Content

  • Risk Criteria
  • Probability Math and Logic Models HAZID to LOPA
  • Human Error
  • Data Considerations
  • Common Mode Failure
  • Initiating Events
  • Independent Layers of Protection Alarm Layer of Protection
  • Enabling Conditions
  • Conditional Modifiers
  • Safety Integrity Level Selection

Who Should Attend?

Process Safety Engineers, Process Control Engineers, SIS Engineers, and Reliability Engineers.