- Course ID: ELS104
- Type: eLearning (online) Course
- Language: English
- Skill Level: Basic
- Duration: 10 hours
- CEUs: 1.00
- PDHs: 10.00
- Accrediting Agencies:
This online course covers the concepts and techniques of the Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Study methodology, including related matters of preparation, team meeting facilitation and reporting. It includes worked examples and references to additional resources.
Attendees will learn the anatomy of process safety incidents including process hazard analysis terminology, the basic HAZOP Study approach to developing potential incident scenarios, the estimating of scenario risk as a means to determining the adequacy of safeguards, the application of the HAZOP Study method to procedure-based operations, and the logistical aspects of planning and executing a HAZOP Study team review.
This course is the culmination of over 25 years of teaching and employing the HAZOP Study methodology in a variety of process industries, by the lead contract author of CCPS’ Guidelines for Hazard Evaluation Procedures, Third Edition and the instructor of the course "CCPS' HAZOP Studies and other PHA Techniques for Process Safety and Risk Management."
This course may be taken as part of the AIChE Credential for Sustainability Professionals (ACSP). More info
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, has prepared several eLearning courses on process safety topics...Read more
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|Employees of CCPS Member Companies||$795.00|
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|AIChE Undergraduate Student Members||$397.50|