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HAZARD & OPERABILITY

 

HAZARD & OPERABILITY

HAZOP

Basic HAZOP Training Course

 

Introduction:

The technique of Hazard and Operability Studies, or in more common terms HAZOP, HAS BEEN USED AND DEVELOPED OVER APPROXIMATELY FOUR DECADES FOR “ Identifying potential hazards and operability problems” caused by deviations from the design intent of both new and existing process plants.

 

HAZOP is an abbreviated term for HAZard and OPerability study. It is a technique that identifies the potential hazards and operating issues with the design and construction of equipment and plant and involves the interaction of a multi-disciplinary team.

 

This course covers the explanation of the HAZOP TECHNIQUES AND HOW TO APPLY SUCH TECHNIQUES IN THE PROCESS SAFETY.

 

Who to Attend:

  • Production Managers
  • Safety Engineers & Safety Managers & Safety Offcers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Operations Personnel
  • Process Engineers
  • Instrumentations Engineers
  • Fire Personnel

 

Objectives:

  • To be familiar with HAZOP Techniques.
  • To act as a member of a HAZOP Team.
  • To be able to carry out HAZOP Studies.

 

Duration of the Course:

  • The course will be conducted during Five days.

 

Day One:

  • Examples of Major Disaster accidents
  • Physical and Chemical Properties of Hazardous Materials (Flammable & Combustible Substances).
  • P & I Drawings Intrepretations  - Symbols
  • Hazardous Areas:

-                     IEC Standards

-                     ATEX Directive (EC)

-                     NEC - USA

-                     CENELEC (EN)

  • Group Workshop

 

Day Two:

  • Hazard Identification
  • Introduction to HAZOP/Need for HAZOP/What are HAZOPS?
  • Components of HAZOP
  • Standard Guide Words
  • Intention, Parameters, and Deviation
  • Preparation for carrying out HAZOP/HAZOP Team

Day Three:

  • Applying HAZOP
  • HAZOP Examples
  • Group WorkShop

 

Day Four:

  • HAZOP Examples
  • HAZOP Application.
  • Group Workshop

 

Day Five:

  • HAZOP Results/Recordkeeping
  • Preparation of the HAZOP Reports
  • Revision
  • Final Exam
 

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