The OSHA Regulatory Approach to Process Safety Management - December-2012

  • Course ID:
    CH501
  • Type:
    Public (classroom) Course
  • Language:
    English
  • Skill Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    3 days
  • CEUs:
    2.30
  • PDHs:
    23.00

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Responsibility Requires Knowledge

Your responsibility to protect workers and the environment from hazardous chemicals requires thorough knowledge of the latest OSHA and EPA regulatory requirements.

Join process safety and risk management expert Don Abrahamson for an up-to-date look at the OSHA PSM Regulation 29CFR 1910.119 and the EPA Prevention Program process safety regulatory requirements. You’ll leave with the knowledge you need to effectively implement, evaluate and audit an OSHA or EPA process safety management program in your organization. 


Build a PSM Plan for Your Company

In three days, you’ll gain new insight through lectures, discussions and problem-solving sessions that will help you implement, evaluate and audit an OSHA or EPA process safety management program in your company. You’ll examine PSM principles and values; audit procedures for compliance with process safety regulatory requirements; and the benefits of an effective PSM program plant- and company-wide. You’ll also look at process safety failures that drive home the need for effective process safety programs.
Instructor(s): 

Donald Abrahamson

Don Abrahamson has over 40 years of experience in operations and engineering roles to draw from process safety management, operations management, process safety engineering, technical management, quality assurance management, process development and research. He recently retired from Celanese as the Global Process Safety Manager. He also worked for Occidental Chemical for over 32 years. He has conducted PHAs, Audits, Incident Investigations and /or Training on three continents: Americas, Europe and Asia. He has four US Patents from his work in research and development. He holds a BS in...Read more

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