Sponsored Webinar: Making Your HAZOP Study Work for You…In Real Time

This webinar is sponsored by Sphera Solutions and reflects their views, opinions, and insights. Attendance to this webinar is free.
Originally delivered May 3, 2017
Source: Sponsored
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Intermediate
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    0.00

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Too often, a HAZOP study, despite the investment of human and financial capital, becomes a stand-alone document, securely archived for regulatory purposes. Many disparate processes or in fact even a lack of processes, related to study follow-up activities may not give you the insight you need into what actual risks your operation poses on a day-to-day basis.

In this webinar, we walk through an example to see how making more effective use of your HAZOP study can streamline the follow-up process for action items, provide insight into the true effectiveness of safeguards, and help to ensure that acceptable risks aren’t slowly creeping, unnoticed, into unacceptable territory. This webinar demonstrates how you can get the HAZOP to work for you, instead of just having you work for your HAZOP.

Presenter(s): 

John Crosman

Mr. Crosman has been a process safety consultant with Sphera for ten years, and has led the team of process safety consultants for approximately seven of those years. An accomplished facilitator, Mr. Crosman has led PHA teams to complete many large-scale risk assessments covering hundreds of P&IDs across many key industries, and in most parts of the world.

Engaged and dedicated to the quality of the study and the success of the client, he is also an expert user of Sphera Solution’s ubiquitous PHA Pro software. He has provided training and support for this product across the...Read more

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