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: Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOP)
: 13 Feb 2019 - 15 Feb 2019 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
: Hotel Grand Tebu - Bandung


Hydrocarbon processing industry is categorized as a high risk industry due to the hazards containing either in the material processed or the operations used in its facilities. Because of its vulnerability, a simple event, either man-made or natural one may lead to significant disasters. Flixborough, Bhopal, Piper Alpha disasters are classic examples of major accident causing serious loss of life and/or property. A deep understanding on safety related aspects of the materials and processes or operations implemented in hydrocarbon

facilities is therefore critical to operate this kind of industry in safe manner and preventing it to go wrong. The course provides a thorough understanding of the HAZOP techniques and experience of their application. Legislation and best practice require companies to proactively manage health and safety of employees and public. The HAZOP Technique is a widely used method of identifying hazards and operability problems, providing the foundation for the risk assessment process. HAZOP can reduce pre and post start-up modifications and improve productivity and product quality. On course, the lectures are underpinned by syndicate exercises.

At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
-    Give an appreciation of the risk management process to position HAZOP within that process
-    Provide an in-depth understanding and experience of the various HAZOP techniques and their corrects.

Course is aimed at all those concerned with the safe and efficient performance of potentially hazardous Plant and operations: Managers, Process Engineers, Instrument Engineers, Structure Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Safety and Environment Engineers, Plant Operators

1.    Introduction and course objectives
2.    Basic Surface Safety System
3.    Process Variable & Component Operating Conditions
4.    Undesirable Events
5.    Protection Concept
6.    Process Safety System & Devices
7.    Predictive Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) techniques and methodologies
8.    Overview of the HAZOP process Risk ranking at the HAZOP study
9.    HAZOP process in detail including the follow up and review process
10.  Introduction to technique for procedural HAZOP
11.  The role of the chairman, secretary and the team members
12.  Workshop-exercise HAZOP
13.  Workshop-simulation HAZOP including discussion of results 2
14.  HAZOP actions/recommendations and HAZOP reports
15.  Advantages and disadvantages of the HAZOP technique
16.  Pointers for effective HAZOP Course review including question and answer


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: Hotel Grand Tebu
: Bandung

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