Chemical Process Safety Management in the Petroleum Industry

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Hazards Analysis and Revalidation, Consequence Analysis, Emergency Response Plans, and Auditing will be major instruction topics that form the key cornerstones of OSHA’s PSM regulation and EPA’s requirements for Risk Management Plans.

Additional Topics Include:

  • Industrial Losses
  • Departmental/Organizational Responsibilities for Chemical Process Safety
  • Mechanical Integrity (including electrical)
  • Management of Change
  • Contractor Safety
  • Procedures, Training, Certification
  • Facility & RMP Siting
  • Use of Incident Investigations and Accident History
  • System Safety Concepts, Inherent Safety Concepts, Risk Management Concepts
  • CMA Responsible Care™ Initiative
  • Resources

Learning Objective:

This course is designed for the Safety Professional to learn the latest trends on Chemical Process Safety and Management. Through the course instruction and participant interaction this course will give the participant new ideas to take back to their facility and assist them in contributing to their process safety program. They will learn of the increasing importance of key elements such as Hazards Assessment and Analysis as they relate to OSHA, EPA, and neighboring communities.

Benefits to Attendees:

By understanding more about PSM and the Safety Professional’s role in PSM, the attendee will be better prepared to take on additional responsibility and contribute more to their organization in an ever increasing business world of doing more with less. Before taking this course, the Safety Professional should have a basic understanding of the elements of Process Safety as specified by OSHA 1910.119.