Don't be Blind 'Sited': Facility Siting Insights
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Basic
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 0.00
Facility siting studies are a tool for managing the risk associated with siting buildings and tents in a facility. However, siting studies are complex, and that complexity can make it difficult to manage the process and implement effective results. In this webinar, we will break down the "what", "why" and "how" of facility siting, including:
- What is a facility siting study?
- Why perform a facility siting study?
- What is required?
- Types of studies (consequence/risk)
- Facility siting pitfalls
- Closing the gap
Mr. Colin D Armstrong, Senior Engineer, AcuTech, specializes in Process Safety Management and quantitative and qualitative risk assessment of hazardous material operations; he was formerly an Advanced Process Engineer with ExxonMobil Research and Engineering. In the area of Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA), Mr. Armstrong is highly-skilled in the areas of hazard identification, consequence modeling, frequency analysis, risk presentation, and analysis of risk results. He has completed QRA and consequence analysis projects across the globe, including the analysis of oil and gas terminals,...Read more
Mr. Connolley has over 38 years Process Safety experience. He is a Certified Safety Professional, experienced in the Management of Process Safety and Safety & Health Programs. He brings multi-site and multinational experience providing leadership and technical support in Process Safety, Occupational Safety and Health, and Site Security Programs. Mr. Connolley is skilled in a wide range of state-of-the-art Process Safety management, hazards assessment and testing techniques; he has led Process Safety assessments of new and existing production units, process computer control systems,...Read more
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