Course ID: CH157 Type: Public (classroom) CourseLanguage: English Skill Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 days CEUs: 2.30 PDHs: 23.00 Share This Post: Developed by: CCPS - Center for Chemical Process Safety Process hazard analysis (PHA) goes beyond merely identifying if a hazard exists. It involves understanding the negative impact of the hazard in the workplace and how to eliminate it. Join hazard risk/evaluation expert Robert Johnson as he addresses how to prepare for, conduct and report an effective PHA while complying with the latest regulations. Attend and you’ll receive the CCPS book Guidelines for Hazard Evaluation Procedures, 3rd Edition which you can refer to back on the job for a refresher of the effective evaluation methods process safety demands. Ensure safety and manage risk In three days, you’ll get up-to-date on your obligations under the OSHA PSM Rule and EPA RMP regulations. You’ll learn how to determine the adequacy of your safeguards and report findings and recommendations. You’ll examine various hazard evaluation methods, including the HAZOP Study, and how to select the method appropriate for your facility. The course concludes with a look at hazard evaluation of procedure-based operations and PLC-controlled processes, conducting the final meeting and quality check, and reporting techniques. After three days, you’ll know how to select and apply various PHA methods and have the knowledge and skills necessary to more effectively lead PHA teams and manage process safety in your organization. Save $695 or more when you take this course and CH754: Advanced Concepts for Process Hazard Analysis by registering for CH759: HAZOP Studies, Other Hazard Evaluation Procedures and Advanced Concepts Combo Course. Instructor(s): Robert W. Johnson Mr. Johnson is a Fellow of AIChE and an industry leader in the development and dissemination of risk analysis methods and risk management strategies. Since 1978, Mr. Johnson has helped clients prioritize risk reduction options, develop corporate and plant technical safety programs, identify inherently safer processes, train PHA team leaders, and analyze fire, explosion, and toxic release hazards. Mr. Johnson teaches AIChE continuing education courses on HAZOP Studies and on Advanced Concepts for Process Hazard Analysis, and teaches process safety in the Chemical and Biomolecular...Read more Register MicroTek Chicago Training & Meeting RoomsChicago, ILUnited StatesSeptember 11-13, 2017Register Now!PDF Accommodation InfoLa Quinta Inn & Suites Chicago Downtown, Club Quarters Central Loop, Hotel AllegroMention you are attending a course at MicroTek, or click links above, to receive a pre-negotiated corporate rate (subject to availability). 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More info Accrediting Agencies: Florida New Jersey New York RCEP Horizontal TabsOutline Day One 8:00 – 8:30 Registration 8:30 – 9:00 Introductions; Course Overview 9:00 – 10:00 PHA requirements and standards 10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break 10:15 – Noon Anatomy of process incidents; inherent safety reviews Noon – 1:00 Lunch Break 1:00 – 3:00 Basic concepts of the HAZOP Study methodology 3:00 – 3:15 Afternoon Break 3:15 – 5:00 HAZOP scenario development Day Two 8:00 – 8:30 HAZOP Scenario Development (continued) 8:30 – 10:00 Application of HAZOP Study to a continuous process (workshop exercise) 10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break 10:15 – Noon Determining the adequacy of safeguards; documenting findings and recommendations Noon – 1:00 Lunch Break 1:00 – 2:30 Preparation for the PHA and first team meeting 2:30 – 3:00 Overview for other techniques; Checklist Analysis 3:00 – 3:15 Afternoon Break 3:15 – 4:30 Application of What-If Analysis to continuous process (with workshop) Day Three 8:00 – 9:30 Application of FMEA to continuous process (with workshop) 9:30 – 10:00 Introduction to Fault Tree Analysis; Method selection 10:00 – 10:15 Morning Break 10:15 – Noon Hazard evaluation of procedure-based operations (with workshop) Noon – 1:00 Lunch Break 1:00 – 2:00 PHA updates and revalidations 2:00 – 2:30 PHA completion and reporting 2:30 – 2:45 Afternoon Break 2:45 – 4:30 Comprehension check and review Download Course Outline (PDF) What You'll Learn Learning Outcomes: Apply the anatomy of a process safety incident. Prepare to lead a process hazard analysis. Discuss OSHA and EPA requirements for PHAs. Distinguish between various PHA methods. Analyze a process operation using the HAZOP Study methodology to determine what can go wrong. Use tools and techniques for analyzing scenario risks and adequacy of safeguards. Who Should Attend Who Should Attend: Engineers and other technical professionals who play key roles in the management of their organization’s process safety. Those who should attend include PHA team leaders and other professionals who must know how to select and apply various PHA methods. Use of personal laptop computers in the course is optional. Testimonials The following are testimonials from people who recently took this course: Found high value in the course. The instructor was obviously an expert, and found a way to share his knowledge at an appropriate level. Very informative. I'm brand new to the field and to PSM and I learned a lot that will help me with my new job. Fantastic course. Very informative, and instructor was open, friendly, and knowledgeable. Instructor was excellent in his preparation, knowledge, and delivery. Course was able to clear up terminology and methodology. Very good information. Instructor was very knowledgeable, clear, and easy to follow. He covered a lot of content in 3 days at a decent pace, and left plenty of time to answer questions clearly. FAQs Find answers to questions about registration and refunds, tuition and fees, travel and lodging (for location-based courses), how eLearning courses work, how credits work, and more. Go to FAQs Page Registration Instructions: NOTE: this occurence of the course has been cancelled.