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    From 08:00 am to 16:00 pm

HAZID , HAZAN & HAZOP studies

Course Purposes

This course is focusing on Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) study and Hazard Identification (HAZID) as well known and well documented methods.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the participant will learn how to 
 
  • provide input to the subsequent risk analysis to be conducted as part of the Environment, Health & Safety at Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP).
  •   provides a valuable input to the risk-based design process to be conducted in Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP).
  • improve the installation and make it better and more safe place to work. 
  • Attempt has been made to carry out HAZID and HAZOP study thoroughly through the Efflu.

Course Contents

HAZARD OPERABILITY (HAZOP) STUDIES
Fundamentals of HAZOP
  • Introduction toHAZOP
  • Significance of HAZOP 
  • HAZOP Management 
  • Planning for HAZOP Study 
  • Team Characteristics and Questioning Techniques
  • Composition of a HAZOP team and Responsibilities 
  • HAZOP meeting
  • HAZOP procedure 
  • Duration of HAZOP 
  • Precautions during HAZOP
  • Examples of HAZOP
  • Computer usage in HAZOP
  • Limitations of HAZOP
  • Alternatives to HAZOP
  • Auditing HAZOP 
 

  HAZOP Methods 

  • HAZOP Inherent Assumptions 
  • HAZOP Review Applications 
  • Ideal HAZOP Review Reference Data
  • Credible Scenarios or Causes 
  • non-Credible Scenarios or Causes
  • HAZOP Technical Suggestions 
  • HAZOP Review Suggestions
  • HAZOP Recommendations and reporting
  • Administrative Controls
  • Engineering Controls

HAZOP Approaches 
  • Approaches of Assigning Protection layers 
  • Performance Based Approach 
  • Prescriptive Approach 
  • Limitation of HAZOP/optimization of HAZAN 
  • HAZOP case study

HAZARD IDENTIFICATION (HAZID) STUDIES
HAZID Principles 
  • Hazard Management Process 
  • Factors Increases the Hazards Potential for Process Industries
  •  Risk Concept
  • Consequences Analysis 
  • Voluntary & Involuntary Risk
  • Tolerable Risk in the industries
  •  Evaluating the Risk 
  • ALARP 
  Hazard Evaluations 
  • Risk Matrices 
  • Evaluating the Frequency
  •  Evaluating the Severity 
  • Evaluating the Overall Risk 
  • Principals of Protective Measures
  • Risk reduction 
  • Protection Layers 
  • Prevention Layers 
  • Mitigation Layers
  •  Initiating event 
  • Process Deviation
  • Loss of Containment or Release of Energy 
  • Undesirable Events
  •  Process Controls Vs Safety Controls
  • Separation of Process Control system and Safety Control System 

Hazard Analysis (HAZAN) 
  • Risk Criteria 
  • Estimating Likelihood 
  • Failure Modes
  • Safe Failures 
  • Dangerous Failures 
  • Detected/Undetected Failures
  •  Random failures 
  • Common Cause Systematic failures 
  • Hazard Rate
  •  Probability of Failure on Demand-PFD
  •  Safety Instrumented System-SIS
  •  Role of -SIS
  Safety Integrity Level (SIL) and Layer of Protection Analysis -LOPA
  • Safety Integrity Requirement
  • Safety Integrity Level - SIL
  • Determining Safety Integrity Level -SIL 
  • Risk Reduction and Reliability Assessment 
  • Reliability Analysis 
  • Voting And Redundancy 
  • Diversifications and Risk Graph 
  • Layer of Protection Analysis - LOPA
  • (LOPA)Procedure 
  • Independent Protection Layers-IPLs
  • Fault Tree Analysis-FTA 
  • Failure Mode and Effects Analysis-FMEA 
  • Events and Gates 

Course Recipients

This course is suited for 
 
  • Safety/environment Professionals 
  • Regulatory /Enforcement Officers 
  • Compliance officers
  • Engineers (design & process Engineers) 
  • Facilities, instrumentation & control Engineers
  • Operations and safety of process operators 
  • Production and facilities managers 
  • Plant operators, Maintenance Personnel

Duration

5 Days

Methodology of teaching

Classroom lectures & Videos

Certificates

Core Certificate

Available DATE

Duration Start End
5 Days 2018-02-04 2018-02-08 Apply



5 Days 2018-04-01 2018-04-05 Apply



5 Days 2018-06-03 2018-06-07 Apply



5 Days 2018-08-05 2018-08-09 Apply



5 Days 2018-10-14 2018-10-18 Apply



5 Days 2018-12-02 2018-12-06 Apply




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