This course in fundamentals is designed to help process safety professionals understand the principle process safety concerns within refineries, petrochemical plants, and other chemical facilities through the identification of hazard types and their potential risk and consequences. As a fundamental course, it covers oil refinery hazard identification, evaluation, and risk assessment methods to provide the learner with an enhanced understanding of the concepts of risk.
Hazard identification is focused on chemical and physical refinery hazards. An introduction to the various consequences of unidentified or uncontrolled hazards is also provided, including how to quantify and evaluate risk, to demonstrate how methodology like consequence analysis and modeling, and quantitative risk assessment (QRA) can lead to better decision making.
Concepts and principles are put into practice using an interactive scenario exercise to wrap up the course. While many refinery hazards or oil & gas safety courses focus on hazards identification and safe work practice implementation, this course stands out by helping the learner understand the basics to more effectively mitigate and manage refinery risks.
Ideally suited for anyone working in refineries or chemical facilities involved in operations and safety and risk management.
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Top instructors with extensive global, industry, technical and litigation experience. You will receive clear, practical and real world recommendations on how to get and stay compliant with local and worldwide regulations.
Classroom Training: Attend courses at one of international training centers. Content is a combination of lecture, discussion, case studies, and practice.
Online Training: Take courses at your own pace. Content is a combination of text, video, audio, chat, quizzes, and assessments, delivered via Process Safety Learning®.
Hybrid Training: This training is a combination of both methods.
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