Masterclass:Best Practices in Risk Based Process Safety Management (SALVO1012)
Venue: JW Marriott, Malaysia
|Event Date/Time: Oct 02, 2012||End Date/Time: Oct 04, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Jul 31, 2012|
|Abstract Submission Date: Sep 24, 2012|
He has served many of the largest petroleum, chemicals and biotech firms, or projects worldwide in North and South America, Europe and Asia. He played a major role in supporting Greenfield projects throughout the world, located in Venezuela, China, Indonesia, Philippines and others. He possesses core competencies in business development, project management, total quality management and continuous process improvement. He is an expert in HAZOP and other analyses.
This highly interactive and intensive training course provides attendees with the best practices of Process Safety technique. This course format combines real-world practical case study examples, hypothetical scenarios, group exercises and tutorial-style presentations with a focus on collaborative and interactive learning.
Salvo Globalâ€™s 3-day course provides an in-depth study of each Process Safety Management (PSM) element. It introduces each PSM element and the specific guidelines for integrating PSM element requirements into other corporate programs and evaluating program compliance throughout the implementation phase.
It is intended to help Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) leaders to identify and mitigate potential high consequence vulnerabilities to reduce the siteâ€™s risk profile. Group exercises are designed to take advantage of group think and brainstorming, to help develop solutions and techniques that participants can take back home to solve some of their current challenges.
â€¢ Organizational Culture contribute to safety performance â€“ commitment, competence and awareness influence and contribute to the other sub-factors that influence safety performance
â€¢ Measuring for safety performance improvement â€“ companies often measure outcomes which simply tell you whether you met the target or not. Leading measures is a good approach
â€¢ Operating procedures and employee participation â€“ review experience indicating why human error continues to plague organizations. Emphasis will be on work design and ergonomic issue
â€¢ Managing changes at the site â€“ importance of MOC Hazard Analysis, and the unintended consequences if it is not performed
â€¢ Reviewing mechanical integrity requirements in the regulations â€“ effective maintenance is at their respective locations and what prevents excellence, covering the integrity of instrumented devises, including PLC and interlocks