TRAINING COURSES

Risk Assessment within Production Operations

Start Date: 10 Sep 2017
End Date: 14 Sep 2017
Duration: 5
Fees:
Country: Jakarta / Indonesia
Category: Health, Safety, Security & Environment
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INTRODUCTION

Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems are based on a proactive process for incidents prevention. Risk assessment is required to be applied to all activities that impacts on health & safety, production, asset, environment and the Company reputation. In this programme you will learn how to:

         Improve your practical skills in applying risk assessment techniques relevant to your activities

         Effectively balance risk against cost in order to optimize risk reduction measures

         Motivate your people for improved safety culture

         Appreciate the role of Quantified Risk Assessment and major hazards

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

         All Supervisors and line management who need to fulfill their role within HSE-MS

         Production, process, mechanical, control, maintenance and HSE personnel

         All personnel involved in implementing the Companys HSE Management System

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

         Recognise the difference between hazard, risk and risk assessment

         Learn how to evaluate different types of risk

         Develop the skills of applying advanced risk assessment techniques

         Develop a strategy for planning and implementing risk reduction action plans

         Discover a variety of communication styles to effectively cope with different situations

         Plan and conduct successful appraisal interviews with their team

         Create a Plan of Action to implement in their organisation

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

Participants will learn by active participation during the programme through the use of exercises, syndicate and group discussion, training videos and discussions on relevant types of accidents and "real life issues in their organisations.

PROGRAMME SUMMARY

The programme aims to provide hands-on experience in the application of risk assessment techniques to all aspects of production operations. It ranges from workplace/activity to the task-based risk assessments and advanced risk assessment techniques. Analysis of the consequences of major hazards, including fire, explosion and toxic releases are modeled using advanced commercial software is also addressed. Aspects of human error in relation to accidents are analysed and included in the general framework of risk assessment.

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

DAY 1 -

INTRODUCTION TO RISK ASSESSMENT

         Programme introduction: delegate and tutor introductions; programme objectives

         The concepts of hazards, risk and risk assessment

         Human contribution to accidents Piper Alpha disaster

         Methods for risk evaluation

         Integrating risk assessment within Risk Management

         Semi-quantitative risk assessment techniques

         The task-based approach to risk assessment

         Syndicate exercise: Working in small groups

DAY 2 -

RISK ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES: HAZOP

         Introduction to hazards identification and analysis techniques

         Techniques for hazard identification and analysis HAZOP

         Syndicate exercise application of HAZOP to relevant processes

         Integrating HAZOP within the risk management system

         Planning and implementing HAZOP Actions

DAY 3 -

FAILURE MODES AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS FM&EA

         Introduction into reliability technology

         Failure Modes and Effects Analysis FM&EA

         Failures of Permit-to-work systems:

         Analysis of the consequences mechanics of fire, explosion and toxic releases

         Role of Fault Tree Analysis to identify how accidents can happen

         Group exercise on FTA

DAY 4 -

HUMAN FACTORS AND RISK ASSESSMENT

         Introduction to human factors and human error

         Hierarchical task analysis HTA

         Task-based HAZOP: Application to critical activities onshore and offshore

         Working in small groups on task-based hazops

         Integrating human factor within HSE management system

DAY 5 -

THE ROLE OF QUANTIFIED RISK ASSESSMENT QRA

         Introduction to Quantified Risk Assessment

         The role of Event Tree Analysis in scenario development

         The role of Fault Tree Analysis for multi-causation analysis

         Applications for ETA and FTA

         Case Study: Working in small groups on QRA Loss of containment event

         Preparation of action plans, planning and implementing

         Report back and discussion

         Personal action plans, programme review and the way ahead

 
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