What Every New Engineer Needs to Know about Process Safety

  • Course ID:
    ELA154
  • Type:
    eLearning (online) Course
  • Language:
    English
  • Skill Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    2 hours
  • CEUs:
    0.20
  • PDHs:
    2.00

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Gain the process safety knowledge you need to be effective in your career. In this online course, you’ll gain a broad overview of what process safety is, why it is important and its applications in the process industries. 

Process safety is a top priority for any company operating in the chemical and allied industries yet it doesn’t always receive the attention it should. Now you can understand why process safety is vital and learn what important questions you should be asking as you start your career as a practicing engineer.

Take this course and start to build your process safety knowledge base. You’ll learn key facets of fundamental topics including hazard identification, inherently safer design, mechanical integrity and emergency response planning. In addition you’ll have a framework for deciding what additional areas of process safety you can learn about as your career progresses.

Instructor(s): 

Phillip R. Hodge

Mr. Hodge works at BakerRisk’s Houston office in the Process Safety Group. His work focuses on risk-based design of new facilities, as well as risk-based upgrades to existing facilities using BakerRisk’s dispersion and blast modeling software tools, SafeSite3G© and QRATool©

Experience:

  • Performed studies for a wide variety of chemistries including gas plants, refineries, polyethylene plants, and ammonia production facilities.
  • Conducted CO2 gas ingress tests to determine building toxic response and optimize shelter-in-place procedures and buildings to
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