Consequence Analysis Modeling


This four-day course is a comprehensive discussion on the concepts and principles of consequence analysis and modeling. In addition to helping operating companies address regulatory requirements such as OSHA 1910.119 and the EPA RMP rule, this course provides guidance on how to improve chemical hazard identification and increase stakeholder value through better process controls, emergency response, and mitigation design. The course addresses both how and why hazardous incidents occur. Case histories and hands-on computer modeling will be employed throughout to enable participants to apply the knowledge on real plant problems.


  • Regulatory requirements
  • Fundamentals (thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, heat transfer, combustion, transport, meteorology)
  • Quantitative risk analysis
  • Source term characterization
  • Dispersion analysis
  • Fire modeling
  • Large-scale test validations
  • Explosions
  • Case studies

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for process industry professionals responsible for performing consequence modeling or using its results in risk assessments, emergency response planning, loss prevention, inherently safer design, facility siting, or environmental protection.





ioMosaic Training Institute Benefits

Top instructors with extensive industry, technical and litigation experience. Clear, practical recommendations on how to get and stay compliant.

 Course Details 
Type: Classroom Course
Language: English
Skill Level: Basic
Duration: 4 Days
PDHs: 32
CEUs: 3.2