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HAZOP Workshop

[2-Day Basic Training]

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Introduction
The Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) study is a structured, logical methodology for hazard identification and mitigation which was first used in 1960s by ICI UK. This methodology allows its user to identify all potential undesirable hazardous events and operational problems associated with the operation and activities in process facilities such as chemical plants, LNG plant, refinery, offshore platform and Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessels. HAZOP study is performed by a multi-disciplinary team, who reviews the technical documents about the facility and follows the HAZOP methodology to identify potential undesirable hazardous events and/or operational problems that could occur during normal operations.

Objectives

  • Using the HAZOP guidewords, identify cause of deviations from normal operating conditions for a process system in a systematic manner;
  • Evaluate the consequence of any incident/accident to personnel safety, environmental pollution and damage to asset;
  • Evaluate the adequacy of the existing safeguards and control measures with respect to safety and operations to prevent or mitigate the consequences of hazards; and
  • Identify and recommend further control measures / safeguards to reduce the risk to as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP).

Benefits

  • Understanding the HAZOP process steps and HAZOP Rules;
  • Identifying HAZOP Nodes from the Piping and Instrumentation Diagram;
  • Applying HAZOP Guidewords to identify cause of deviation from normal operating conditions for the identified nodes;
  • Determining the consequences of the deviation and identifying safeguards/control measures for the consequences;
  • Recording of HAZOP discussions in HAZOP Worksheets;
  • Preparing standard HAZOP report with the required supporting documents;
  • Preparation required from a HAZOP Chairman in organizing a HAZOP Workshop;
  • Roles and responsibilities of HAZOP Chairman to ensure smooth running of HAZOP session; and
  • Attributes and personnel skills required from HAZOP Chairman.

Who should attend?

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

DAY ONE

  • Introduction to HAZOP
  • Objectives of HAZOP In Process Safety
  • Advantage and Disadvantages of HAZOP
  • Application of HAZOP at Different Phases of Process Plants
  • Introduction to HAZOP Methodology
  • HAZOP Process Flowchart
  • Methods to Identify HAZOP Nodes
  • Group Exercise: Identify HAZOP Nodes using P&ID
  • Used of HAZOP Guidewords to Identify Process Deviation
  • Common Causes of Deviations For Different Guidewords
  • Determine Consequences Caused by Hazardous Events
  • Identify Preventive and Mitigation Measures

DAY TWO

  • Perform Risk Ranking
  • Proposing and Closing Out of Recommendations
  • HAZOP Workshop Preparation
  • Responsibilities of HAZOP Facilitator
  • Facilitating HAZOP Workshop – HAZOP Rules
  • Group Exercise: Case Studies – Mock HAZOP

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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