Event Date/Time: May 09, 2009
End Date/Time: May 11, 2009
Risk based techniques are fundamental to the requirements offshore and onshore with safety reports and safety courses both in Europe and the US. QRA studies are used extensively in examining designs at the concept stage, when issues such as siting, layout, hazardous material inventories and the site protection philosophy should be reviewed.
The QRA elements of the course will also include fire, explosion as well as H2S risks and consequence analyses that should be carried out to assess the accident scenarios for the mitigation of possible accidents and hazards (COMAH). This will indicate any precautions that need to be taken against total loss of the facility.
The delegates will have an understanding of:
Risk Assessment; and
Design of bow tie diagrams to show threats, barriers, top events, mitigation and consequences.
The course will also give participants a greater understanding of risk assessment
This course will:
Provide a basic level of understanding of Safety Audit procedures
Provide an opportunity for participants to consider principles behind the Safety Audit and Plant Inspection Process as used in the oil and gas industry
Review the roles and responsibilities held by team and individual members of the Safety Audit and Plant Inspection organisation
Consider contact, organisational interface responsibilities and communication requirements within the Safety Audit and Plant Inspection organisation.
And also provide an understanding in:
Writing keyword checklists
Writing Audit and Inspection Reports
Recommending mitigation where required