Hazard Identification for Operators and Maintenance Workers Second Edition | AIChE

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.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify hazards at the field level.

  • Describe hazards in various categories and how they might impact your safety

  • Quantify and rank hazards

  • Evaluate options for dealing with various categories of hazards

  • Apply mitigation strategies for dealing with various categories of hazards

  • Adopt the 4 tiered hazard ID process

Who Should Attend:

Industrial plant operations and maintenance workers who need to have practical methods for identifying and managing physical and process hazards. It could also benefit people who are:

  • Planning on participating in a formal Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) or safety review
  • Responsible for providing resources for hazard control and elimination
  • Safety inspectors or regulators
  • Safety professionals

Module One: Introduction to Hazards

Module Two: Physical Hazards

Module Three: Process Hazards

Module Four: Human Behavior

Module Five: Biohazards

Module Six: Fire and Explosion

Module Seven: Reactivity Chemistry Hazards

Module Eight: Call to Action

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  • Source:
    CCPS - Center for Chemical Process Safety
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  • Duration:
    8 hours
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  • Accrediting Agencies:
    New Jersey
    New York