The OSHA PSM and EPA RMP regulations are performance-based. They anticipate that performance standards will evolve and improve over time. The regulations require compliance with good engineering practices. Over the past few years, a number of approaches that go beyond the basics of classical PHA have been developed, documented and applied. Companies should consider implementing these approaches to ensure compliance with the regulations and the management of risk.
This course goes beyond the fundamentals of facilitating the performance of PHA covered in the course “PHA for Team Leaders” and deals with more advanced issues including the use of PHA to analyze in detail the hazards of batch processes, procedures, control systems, and reactive chemicals, and to help meet the requirements of the ANSI/ISA S84.01 standard on safety instrumented systems.
The course explains how HAZOP, What-If and other PHA methods can be used to identify the potential for errors in executing operating, maintenance and other procedures. The application of these methods to batch procedures and processes is also explained. PHA techniques that can be used to analyze the hazards of process control systems explicitly are also described. This provides a more detailed description of control systems hazards than is possible with classical PHA. OSHA has announced its intent to revise the PSM standard to better address the hazards of reactive chemicals. The Chemical Safety Board has also recommended that both OSHA and EPA include reactive chemicals in their process safety and risk management regulations. This course covers approaches for addressing the hazards of reactive chemicals in PHA. OSHA also expects companies to comply with the S84 standard and the course explains how PHA can be used to help accomplish this objective.
Examples are provided of the application of the PHA approaches described and attendees participate in workshop sessions to gain experience using them.
1. PHA for Batch Processes
2. PHA for Procedures
3. S84 Standard and Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA)
4. LOPA and PHA
5. Overview of Reactive Chemical Hazards
6. Identifying Reactive Chemical Hazards
7. Reactive Chemicals in PHA
8. Failure Characteristics of Control Systems
9. PHA for Control Systems
10. Major Hazards Analysis
Those who have received formal PHA training; PHA Team Leaders and participants; PSM coordinators.
Primatech’s PHA Principles and/or PHA for Team Leaders training course (or equivalent).
Dr. Bambang Murtjahjanto, M.Sc, P.E.
WAKTU & TEMPAT
Waktu : 08.00 – 16.00 WIB
Tempat : Hotel berbintang di Yogyakarta ( Grand Aston*****/ Phoenix**** / Ibis***/ Ibis Style Hotel )
Presentation, Discussion, Case Study, Evaluation Pre test & Pos Test
1. Training Module
2. Training CD contains training material
4. Stationeries: NoteBook and Ballpoint
5. Jacket or waistcoat or T-Shirt
6. Bag or backpackers
7. Training Photo
8. Training room with full AC facilities and multimedia
9. Once lunch and twice coffeebreak every day of training
10. Qualified instructor
11. Transportation for participants from hotel of participants to/from hotel of training