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Hazard Identification (HAZID) Workshop

[1-Day Awareness Training]

Introduction
Hazard Identification study is a structured and systematic method widely used in many industries for identify hazards associated to operation and maintenance works. It can be applied at different stages for the whole life cycle of a facility including FEED, Detailed Design, Construction and Decommissioning. It is used to identify different types of internally generated or externally imposed hazards such as chemical, electrical, structural and integrity, ergonomics, operation philosophy, process etc. Early identification of hazards allows the possibility of “designing out” the risk cause at source, or the early implementation of risk reduction / mitigation features, before engineering changes become more expensive as the project progresses.

The objectives of hazard identification study are:

  • Identify potential hazards and reasonably foreseeable accident events associated to operations, maintenance and construction activities;
  • Determine the consequences on personnel safety, environmental pollution, asset damage and company reputation caused by the hazardous events;
  • Identify all control measures and safeguards implemented to mitigate and recover from any accident and evaluate the adequacies of these measures;
  • Propose recommendation for additional control measures or safeguards required to ensure risks are tolerable and As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP).

Benefits
This training will provide the participants with the basic knowledge on how to apply HAZID methodology in identifying hazards related to operation of process facilities. It will teach the participants on the following:

  • Understanding the application of hazard identification to identify all types of hazards arise from daily operation and maintenance works for a processing facility;
  • Roles of Hazard Identification in Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) in order to meet international or local regulations such as OHSAS 18001 and CIMAH report;
  • Introduction to different types of hazard identification methodology such as What If, Check-List, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) and HAZID;
  • Applying hazard identification guidewords to identify the threats/causes which could bring harm to personnel safety, environmental pollution and asset damage;
  • Determining the consequences and impacts of incidents/accidents on personnel safety, environmental and asset/financial;
  • Identify safeguards/control measures/mitigation measures implemented to mitigate and recover from any hazardous events; and
  • Perform risk ranking using risk matrix to determine the risk of the hazards.

Who should attend?

  • HSE/Safety Engineer, Process Engineer, Supervisor, Superintendent, Operation, Maintenance Engineer, Project Manager, Engineering Manager, Pipeline Engineer, Instrumentation Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Structural Engineer, etc.
Course Content

DAY ONE

  • Introduction to Hazard Identification
  • Roles of Hazard Identification in Process Hazard Analysis
  • Advantage and Disadvantages of Hazard Identification
  • Hazard Identification Methods: What If, Job Safety Analysis, HAZID
  • HAZID Process Flowchart
  • HAZID Guidewords Used by Different Industries/Companies
  • Determining of Consequences of Hazards
  • Identifying Preventive and Control/Mitigation Measures
  • Risk Matrix and Risk Ranking – Initial Risk and Residual Risk
  • Recording of Hazard Identification Discussion
  • Proposing and Closing Out of Recommendations
  • Group Exercise: Case Studies

Multiple dates available.

Customisable training also available for your internal staff.

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About The Organiser
NRG Engineering is an independent consulting firm that offers worldwide appreciated, customized and efficient training programs to me the needs of both private and public sectors. NRG Engineering has built a reputation as a provider of customised project management and Technical Safety solutions for the oil and gas, mining and infrastructure industries since 2005.

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