Hazard Identification for Operations and Maintenance Workers
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This seven module course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to more effectively identify process and mechanical hazards in the workplace as well as strategize a method for dealing with them.
The course follows a workshop format with several videos, case studies and team breakout exercises. Quizzes are conducted at the end of each module to ensure that participants have a good grasp of the material that was covered. The instructor-led course includes exclusive content not available in the eLearning format.
Scott Berger has nearly forty years of experience in process safety and EHS management. From 2001 – 2015, he served as Executive Director of the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS). Under his leadership, the body of knowledge and scope of practice of process safety expanded both technically and globally, growing from a primarily technical practice to one involving leadership, culture, and business. Transformative initiatives under his leadership included the Business Case for Process Safety, the fundamentals of Process Safety Culture, the next generation Guidelines for Risk Based...Read more
Brian Kelly, P Eng, joined CCPS in 2005 as a staff consultant after 34 years of service with Imperial Oil and Syncrude Canada Ltd. Brian received his BASc and MASc degrees in chemical engineering from the University of Ottawa (Canada). Brian has special expertise in Process Safety Management audits in oil, gas and chemical sectors, Process safety training programs, and investigation of significant process incidents. In addition to Brian’s many accomplishments, he is the 2010 recipient of the Chemical Institute of Canada’s Process Safety Award for his many years of outstanding service to...Read more