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Virtual Instructor-Led and Online Process Safety Training
Learn to develop and implement cost-effective best practices in safety, technology and risk management.
Gain a thorough understanding of the essentials of leading PHAs using industry methodologies such as HAZOP, FMEA, What If, Checklist, and more online.
Building on fundamental knowledge, gain a better understanding of contemporary, proven best practices and methodologies for pressure relief and flare system (PRFS) design.
Master techniques for addressing relief sizing for various scenarios, relief piping system design, flare header modeling and consequence modeling.
Using a risk-based approach on processing systems, engineers can cost-effectively meet required safeguards without compromising operating safety.
Employee turnover has created a big challenge for companies for assuring proper job continuity, information transfer, and training, which could lead to serious process safety consequences.
Although many companies have reshaped their Management of Change (MOC) programs based on past experiences and prevalent best practices, many are still struggling to address issues.