SAChE® Certificate Program – Risk Based Process Safety - Commit to Process Safety | AIChE

SAChE® Certificate Program – Risk Based Process Safety - Commit to Process Safety

 

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This course will introduce students to the group of management elements residing in the “Commit to Process Safety” block of the CCPS Risk Based Process Safety system. It will provide an overview of five elements which facilitate an organization’s adoption of a process safety management system. These elements, in many ways, characterize the concept of “buy-in” to process safety. The course will examine the importance of an organization’s process safety culture in the effectiveness of its process safety management efforts. The function of each of these elements will be illustrated by the use of a number of real world case studies.

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Unit 1:

  • Identify where process safety culture sits in the RBPS system
  • Describe an incident that resulted in part from poor process safety culture
  • List objectives of process safety culture and how it is implemented in an organization
  • List key elements of an effective process safety culture and describe ways in which other RBPS elements interact with process safety culture
  • Identify who is involved in process safety culture
  • List some useful leading metrics and describe some audit guidance



Unit 2:

  • Identify where compliance with standards sits in the RBPS system
  • Describe an incident that resulted from failures in compliance with standards
  • List objectives of compliance with standards and how it is implemented in an organization
  • List key elements of an effective compliance with standards and describe ways in which other RBPS elements interact with process safety culture
  • Identify who is involved in compliance with standards
  • List some useful leading metrics and describe some audit guidance



Unit 3:

  • Identify where process safety competency sits in the RBPS system
  • Describe an incident that resulted from failures in process safety competency
  • List objectives of process safety competency and how it is implemented in an organization
  • List key elements of process safety competency and describe ways in which other RBPS elements interact with process safety culture
  • Identify who is involved in process safety competency
  • List some useful leading metrics and describe some audit guidance



Unit 4:

  • Identify where workforce involvement sits in the RBPS system
  • Describe an incident that resulted from failures in workforce involvement
  • List objectives of workforce involvement and how it is implemented in an organization
  • List key elements of workforce involvement and describe ways in which other RBPS elements interact with process safety culture
  • Identify who participates in workforce involvement
  • List some useful leading metrics and describe some audit guidance



Unit 5:

  • Identify where stakeholder outreach sits in the RBPS system
  • Describe an incident that resulted from failures in stakeholder outreach
  • List objectives of stakeholder outreach and how it is implemented in an organization
  • List key elements of stakeholder outreach and describe ways in which other RBPS elements interact with process safety culture
  • Identify who is involved in stakeholder outreach
  • List some useful leading metrics and describe some audit guidance



This advanced course is for upper-level chemical engineering undergraduates who have had some exposure to process safety. This course is also suitable for young professionals and for engineers who are transitioning to process safety management assignments.

  • Unit 1: Process Safety Culture
  • Unit 2: Compliance with Standards
  • Unit 3: Process Safety Competency
  • Unit 4: Workforce Involvement
  • Unit 5: Stakeholder Outreach

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  • Course ID:
    ELA995
  • Source:
    SAChE – Safety and Chemical Engineering Education
  • Language:
    English
  • Skill Level:
    Advanced
  • Duration:
    4 hours
  • CEUs:
    0.40
  • PDHs:
    4.00
  • Accrediting Agencies:
    Florida
    New Jersey
    New York
    RCEP