Hazard Identification for Operators and Maintenance Workers Second Edition

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You asked and we listened! The newly revamped Hazard Identification for Operators & Maintenance Workers is ready for you.  It’s interactive, engaging and includes:

  • Updated user interface with a modern look and feel
  • Compatible with all mobile devices
  • HTML friendly
  • Flexible, self-paced format
  • Easy navigation
  • Visual learning aids and quizzes
  • Downloadable resource files

This online course helps operators learn how to recognize and respond to hazards at the field level. Attendees learn how to identify, rank and address the physical and process safety hazards they may encounter in the workplace. Process hazards are less obvious than physical hazards and can’t always be detected at first glance. As a result, additional effort and different approaches may be required to identify process hazards so that they are addressed appropriately.


Gary Amideneau

Gary has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Santa Barbara and has been working in Process Safety since 1992 when the OSHA and EPA regulations were first published in the US.  In his 40+ years of experience, Gary has worked in specialty chemicals and petrochemicals in every facet of process safety and loss prevention.

With over 17 years in the middle East with Saudi Aramco he worked in areas of offshore production, drilling, refining, gas plant processing, terminal marine facilities and more.  His background includes conducting comprehensive...Read more

Brian Kelly

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

Louisa Nara

Louisa Nara is the Technical Director of the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Louisa comes to AIChE/CCPS after 15 years with Bayer where she held positions of increasing responsibility including: Manager Process Safety and Crisis Management; Director of HSE, Security and Emergency Response at Bayer’s largest US Manufacturing site; and, Director, Risk Management and Compliance, NAFTA. Prior to joining Bayer, Louisa also gained significant experience in process safety, engineering, and HSE with Diamond Shamrock, PQ...Read more



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AIChE Members $252.00
Employees of CCPS Member Companies $252.00
AIChE Graduate Student Members $126.00
AIChE Undergraduate Student Members $126.00
Non-Members $296.00

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