CodeDateVenueEarly Bird FeeFee
PD479A19 - 21 Oct 2020Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar SGD 3,300 SGD 3,500 Remind me of Course Dates
PD479A19 - 21 Oct 2020Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar RM 9,900 RM 10,500 Remind me of Course Dates
PD482A26 - 28 Oct 2020Brisbane, Australia or Live Webinar USD 3,300 USD 3,500 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PD479A

Date

19 - 21 Oct 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar

Early Bird Fee

SGD 3,300

Fee

SGD 3,500

Code

PD479A

Date

19 - 21 Oct 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar

Early Bird Fee

RM 9,900

Fee

RM 10,500

Code

PD482A

Date

26 - 28 Oct 2020

Venue

Brisbane, Australia or Live Webinar

Early Bird Fee

USD 3,300

Fee

USD 3,500

About this Training Course

The Process Hazard Assessment using the HAZOP Technique is an intensely participative 3-day training course that will both explain the key facets of the HAZOP technique as well as provide ample opportunities for delegates to practice and become familiar with the technique using generic and real-life examples.

This course has been reviewed and approved by the Institution of Chemical Engineers. IChemE is the global professional membership organisation for chemical, biochemical and process engineers and other professionals involved in the chemical, process and bioprocess industries. Their knowledge of professional standards, close involvement with industry, education and regulators, and their expertise as a leading global training provider, means they are uniquely positioned to independently assess and approve training courses and professional development programmes across the world.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basic HAZOP Technique
  • Fulfil roles as competent HAZOP Team Members
  • Understand the role of HAZOP in risk management
  • Understand how Hazard Identification can predict accidents and incidents
  • Understand how HAZOP complements other hazard identification tools

This course will benefit:

  • All key persons in the organisation, who by their discipline and/or position, are likely to be called on to initiate, participate or review a HAZOP study.
  • All who have responsibility for the management and supervision of process & safety including but not limited to Senior Management, Plant Managers, Process and Maintenance Engineers (all disciplines), Line Supervisors, Team Leaders, Safety Specialists, and Process Training Instructors.

From an early stage in the course, participants will have the opportunity to work as a HAZOP team member undertaking a HAZOP assessment of part of a generic process plant. Successive exercises will expand the technique to more complex examples beyond individual delegates’ experiences.

Participants will also participate in the analysis of high profile process industry accidents using material in the public domain as well as case studies from the presenter’s own experience. At the end of the course, participants will identify the opportunities missed to prevent a major off shore disaster using actual video footage as well as reconstruction sequences.

Your expert course leader has 20 years of experience in chemical process design and project engineering, followed by 10 years in offshore safety design management and 15 years running safety engineering consultancies in the Oil & Gas industry. He has gained experience at a senior level in process design, operations, safety and environmental engineering, and risk management and has managed the efficient implementation of capital projects.

He is a Fellow of the UK Institution of Chemical Engineers; he served on the Scottish Branch committee, and was elected chairman for a two-year term in 1991. He has also been a committee member of the Safety and Reliability Society and has served as chairman for the North of Scotland Branch. He has delivered in-house courses for Shell International and public courses in HAZOP Study for Team Leaders, and for Engineers and HAZOP Awareness for Managers. He has lectured Failure Mode and Effect Analysis to the M.Sc. course in Process Safety and Loss Prevention at Sheffield University.

Learn what past participants have said about PetroEdge training courses

Great workshop. Now I am able to conduct HAZOP for identifying potential hazards and operability concerns in our process plant.

Utility Operator, Exxonmobil Cepu Limited

Good instructor, small group study and effective.

Engineer, PTT Public Company Limited

Excellent course – well managed and it has given me a good understanding of the HAZOP Technique. It is a must-training for Risk or Engineering practitioners.

SCM Drilling Manager, Hess E & P Malaysia

I really enjoyed this training. My understanding of this improves after each day of training. The presentation is clear.

QHSE Executive, UMW Offshore Drilling

A useful course - it is relevant to my job. The trainer has a wide experience & knowledge on the topic. Clear explanation and good case studies.

Technical Writer cum QEHS Coordinator, Aramis Management Sdn Bhd

The videos on the actual incident approach do supplement my understanding towards underlying causes that could affect our Process Safety Management in our organization.

Competence Development Strategist, Sarawak Shell Berhad

A very good course to Process Safety which I had appreciated.

Risk and Quality Executive, CIC Environment Service Sdn Bhd