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Practical HAZOP Leadership in Action

process safety training

Details

Dates 26/09/2017 to 28/09/2017
Location Birmingham
Included Lunch, Refreshments & Course Notes
Venue Training will be hosted by the Birmingham Marriott Hotel, where accomodation can be booked directly.

Description

Complex processing with inherent hazards requires systematic methods for hazard identification and assessment. Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) is a recognised industry-wide method for achieving this.

HAZOP is a rigorous, structured approach to identifying operational problems and hazards which can be adapted to a variety of processes and technologies, however the effectiveness and efficiency of a HAZOP depends on the competence of the leader. This course will help leaders develop the skills necessary to make HAZOP a cost effective aspect of their process development, design and management in their organisation.

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Content

Day 1:

Delegates will learn when and how HAZOP should be employed in a process lifecycle and how HAZOP compares to other hazard identification and assessment techniques. Tuition on how to conduct a HAZOP on continuous and batch process plants will be given.

Day 2:

Building on the main themes mentioned above, delegates will learn how to prepare, and develop effective leadership techniques, for HAZOP studies while developing and auditing HAZOP procedures.

Day 3:

Examples, case studies and practical examples of HAZOPs in industry.

Audience

  • Health & Safety Personnel
  • Engineering Staff
  • Plant Engineers
  • Regulatory Staff
  • Staff in Hazardous Areas

A key aspect to our courses is for our delegates to gain the knowledge and solutions applicable to their own situations, so numbers are capped to ensure we have sufficient time for your feedback and early booking is therefore recommended.

Phone: +44 (0)23 8076 0722 - Fax: +44 (0)23 8076 7866

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