Operational Level Process Safety Management

LIST OF TRAINING

INTRODUCTION:

The increasing number of accidents in process plant has become more significant despite many guidelines by the governance bodies to reduce and prevent similar accidents to occur. The root cause has been identified by the failure to properly manage and apply the element of process safety, specifically the assurance of inherent safety of the process plant to ensure that the process plant is by itself inherently safe. Therefore, this Module is developed to introduce the basic concept of Inherently Safer Design (ISD) and their application in managing process safety in a process plant. The module also provides the operational level knowledge and understanding on ISD application through the ISD Strategies such Minimization, Substitution, Moderation, Simplification and Limitation of Effect. The understanding is expected to enable the delegations to implement said ISD strategies in their workplace to obtain a simple, robust, user friendly, and inherently safer plant.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Obtain in-depth and refresh knowledge on inherently safer design (ISD) to the operation level such as engineers and the equivalent level personnel
  • Understand the ISD strategies, their application in plant modification, accident solving and problem solving.
  • Identify the strategies to implement ISD to make the plant more robust, safer, user friendly, and simple towards an inherently safer process plant that will reduce the risk of unwanted events or accidents.
  • Hands-on practice on solving the real cases, to enhance the understanding and application of ISD.

This is a 2-day training module. For more info on the content of this module: *Link to inquiry*

INTRODUCTION:

Recent research has found that most accident cases in industries are due to the equipment failure that then led to the disastrous events like fire and explosion. In most cases, the root cause is identified as due to the lack of understanding and knowledge regarding how failure of unit operation/ process equipment can impact the operation and the lack of effective asset management. Hence, this module will provide knowledge on the basic cause of failure in each process equipment and the major equipment that commonly involved in the process-related accident. The module will also introduce the Asset Integrity element, such as Asset Integrity Management, Asset Performance Management, Asset Lifecycle and Risk Based Inspection and how they can contribute to manage the process equipment in a plant. The module will then provide the knowledge and understanding of Failure Pre-Cursor Identification to identify the root cause for asset failures or defects and the exposure to several past accident cases to find the common factor of equipment failure. Knowledge on the Risk Control for equipment failure will also be covered in the module.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Awareness and understanding of the role of process equipment or unit operation that led to accident by exposing the industrial practitioners to the accidents that occurred because of the equipment failure.
  • Knowledge and understanding regarding the common factor of specific equipment failure based on the accidents case histories.
  • Identify the common problem and specific equipment failure of a process plant.
  • Knowledge on asset integrity management which is the main strategy for preventive action of equipment failure, hence providing the knowledge of how to maintain a high integrity and reliability of process equipment with less likelihood of failure.
  • Hands-on practice will help the participants to be able to contribute in the prevention of equipment failure and increase the integrity of their process equipment at their process plant.

This is a 2-day training module. For more info on the content of this module: *Link to inquiry*

INTRODUCTION:

The increasing number of workplace accidents and process-related accidents has been significant enough to alarm the personnel in process industry. The cause of the accidents has been always attributed to human failure, whether directly or indirectly. Hence, the practical understanding of the tools for human behaviour assessment is needed to recognize the general requirement for development of a safe work system involving human factor. Therefore, this module is developed and intended to empower the participant with the better understanding on behavioural based safety (BBS) and its applications in the workplace. The course will cover the BBS knowledge for all operational level staff in the process industry. The module will introduce the participant into the role and importance of BBS in the workplace and the role of management in kick starting the BBS implementation. The module will also explain the relation between BBS coupled with human-friendlier design in human error prevention and the delegations will be exposed to the set of strategies specifically designed to encourage workers to effectively engage in safe behaviour in workplace.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Empower knowledge on behavioral based safety (BBS)
  • Understand the definition of the key component for employers and management to improve safety performance.
  • Identify the common problem and specific equipment failure of a process plant.
  • Knowledge on application of the principles of human factor and BBS towards preventive culture that will enable the participants to advise management on the most effective control methods based on the BBS
  • Identify the general requirement for development of safe system of work.
  • Recognize role and importance of design towards human error prevention
  • Understand on how to start the BBS in the workplace to improve quality, improve absenteeism, maintain a healthier work force, reduce injury and illness rates.

This is a 2-day training module. For more info on the content of this module: *Link to inquiry*

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