CERTIFIED PHA HAZOP LEADER TRAINING

OVERVIEW

The Certified PHA HAZOP Leader Training program would offer extensive instructions that include the methodology of carrying out a HAZOP study and identifying where PHA methods lie into the whole process safety management work process.

Out of all the other approved methods of Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), HAZOP study is the most extensively used method in the major industries like oil and gas, petroleum, chemical, nuclear, etc. It is a systematic team-based technique used for major process modifications, designing a new project or process, periodic review of an existing operation, and much more. This is why the HAZOP study is known as the most effective studies for the identification and analysis of risks in hazardous operations and operability problems.

With this HAZOP facilitator certification, individuals will be able to learn the technical and managerial procedures concerning PHA teams which eventually teaches them about facilitating them as well. During this course, they will also be allowed to form and lead the teams by themselves.

ORGANISATIONAL BENEFITS

The organisations can benefit from this course by nominating their employees. Here are the key benefits that they will get:

  • Trained employees with knowledge of Process Safety Information, its importance and the different roles encompassing PHA
  • Once your staff learns about the PHA work process and the way it fits in your organisational work process, it will increase productivity
  • Systematic and Efficient documentation of process safety information

INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS

Participants of the HAZOP and Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Leader Certification Training Course will be able to:

  • Conducting PHA study that includes gathering information, picking the team, leading a meeting, and documenting the outcomes
  • Focus on issues concerning human factors to examine procedures in areas like a startup, closing, and maintenance
  • Plot, manage, simplify and scribe for a HAZOP study

OBJECTIVE

The HAZOP and Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) Leader Certification Training Course will help you learn the following:

  • Implementing Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FEMA) method
  • Supplementing your brainstorming analysis using hazards checklists
  • Identification of best circumstances and situations for using each technique
  • Acquainting yourself with each technique by participating and leading in practice analysis activities

This particular course of Xceed Academy will help you get familiarised with the guidelines of facilitating PHA studies, including the practice of PHA Revalidations in workshop sessions. In this way, our participants get comprehensive knowledge on HAZOP and PHA study.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This program is suitable for those individuals who are responsible for leading PHA studies in their organisations, like, engineers.

PREREQUISITE

The requirements for this course are as follows:

  • Technical background in process plants
  • Ability to understand P&IDs, and prior knowledge of them

THE COURSE CONTENT

Module 1
Mdule 1

CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS

  • Theory behind the fire, explosion and toxic dispersion modelling utilised in Quantitative Risk Assessments
  • Types of fires and their effects on people and equipment
  • Types of bursts and their possessions on people and equipment
  • Review of software available for consequence calculations
Module 2

RISK ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES: HAZOP

  • Introduction to hazards identification and analysis techniques
  • Techniques for hazard identification and analysis – HAZOP
  • Where and when to use HAZOP and the requirements for a successful HAZOP study
  • Team composition for HAZOP studies
  • Guide words and procedure variables used for HAZOP trainings
  • Association exercise – application of HAZOP to relevant procedures
Module 3

HAZOP LEADERSHIP TECHNIQUES

  • HAZOP team leader/facilitator requirements
  • HAZOP scribe requirements
  • Facilitating HAZOP studies, do’s and don’ts
  • Information needed to allow positive HAZOP trainings
  • Case study where each agent has the chance to ease a HAZOP meeting
Module 4

CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS

  • Theory behind the fire, explosion and toxic dispersion modelling utilised in Quantitative Risk Assessments
  • Types of fires and their effects on people and equipment
  • Types of bursts and their possessions on people and equipment
  • Review of software available for consequence calculations
Module 5

THE ROLE OF QUANTIFIED RISK ASSESSMENT

  • Introduction to “QRA.”
  • The role of Event Tree Analysis in scenario development
  • The role of Fault Tree Analysis for multi-causation analysis
  • Applications for ETA and FTA
  • Failure data for use in QRA’s
  • Societal Risk and Individual Risk

LOCATION & DATE

Date:Customized Batch

Mode: Remote Training