Assess and Quantify Risks
As a chemical engineer, your job is to assess and quantify the risks inherent in the processes you design, manage and operate.
To do so, you need a clear understanding of the fundamentals of process safety. In this course you’ll hear from process safety expert Brian Kelly for an up-to-date look at the causes and contributors to major incidents in the process safety industry and the latest engineering solutions.
Process safety – The Basics
In two interactive days, you’ll learn how to analyze and address hazards and failure modes to avoid loss of containment. You’ll examine hazard release scenarios illustrating leaks, spills, fires and explosions and their toxic effects. You’ll also consider inherently safer concepts in process design, common equipment failure modes, human error considerations in design and operation, and much more. Throughout the course, you’ll take part in numerous case studies and breakout exercises that highlight the latest engineering applications related to layout and spacing, system isolation, grading and drainage, relief and blowdown, electrical area classification, fire protection, instrumentation, human factors and facility siting.
Save when you take this course and, OSHA Regulatory Approach to Process Safety (CH501) by registering for CH755 CCPS’ Process Safety Basics Combo Course. (Combo course available in June 2014 only)
Here’s a preview of what you’ll learn:
- Accident theory: How and why major incidents occur
- Physical and process hazards, flammability and toxicity
- Mechanical integrity and reliability
- Loss prevention practices
- Engineering practices that reduce the potential for loss of containment
You should attend if you are…
- Chemical engineers
- Mechanical engineers
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Note: Registered attendees will receive an email 4 weeks before the course start date notifying them of the status of the course. Please do not book airline tickets before you receive notification as we cannot reimburse tickets or airline change fees if the class is not held. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service (800.242.4363 or 203.702.7660 outside US).
June 9-10, 2014
October 20-21, 2014