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Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems are based on a proactive process for incidents prevention. Risk assessment is required to be applied to all activities that impacts on health & Safety, production, asset, environment and the Company reputation. In this program you will learn how to:
- Improve your practical skills in applying risk assessment techniques relevant to your activities.
- Effectively balance risk against cost in order to optimize risk reduction measures.
- Motivate your people for improved safety culture.
- Appreciate the role of Quantified Risk Assessment and major hazards.
Introduction to Risk Assessment
- Program introduction: delegate and tutor introductions; program objectives.
- The concepts of hazards, risk and risk assessment.
- Human contribution to accidents- Piper Alpha disaster.
- Methods for risk evaluation.
- Integrating risk assessment within Risk Management.
- Semi-quantitative risk assessment techniques.
- The task-based approach to risk assessment.
- Syndicate exercise: Working in small groups .
Risk Assessment Techniques: HAZOP:
- Introduction to hazards identification and analysis techniques.
- Techniques for hazard identification and analysis- HAZOP.
- Syndicate exercise- application of HAZOP to relevant processes.
- Integrating HAZOP within the risk management system.
- Planning and implementing HAZOP Actions.
Failure Modes & Effects Analysis ‘FM&EA’:
- Introduction into reliability technology.
- Failure Modes and Effects Analysis ‘FM&EA’.
- Failures of Permit-to-work systems:
- Analysis of the consequences- mechanics of fire, explosion and toxic releases.
- Role of Fault Tree Analysis to identify how accidents can happen
- Group exercise on FTA.
Human Factors and Risk Assessment
- Introduction to human factors and human error.
- Hierarchical task analysis ‘HTA’ .
- Task-based HAZOP: Application to critical activities onshore and offshore.
- Working in small groups on task-based hazops.
- Integrating human factor within HSE management system.
The Role of Quantified Risk Assessment ‘QRA’
- Introduction to Quantified Risk Assessment.
- The role of Event Tree Analysis in scenario development.
- The role of Fault Tree Analysis for multi-causation analysis.
- Applications for ETA and FTA.
- Case Study: Working in small groups on QRA- Loss of containment event.
- Preparation of action plans, planning and implementing.
- Report back and discussion.
- Personal action plans, program review and the way ahead.
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