Facilitate Risk Assessment for HAZID ,HAZOP, HSE Audits & EIA

Course Properties

Course date: 10-12-2017
Course End Date: 14-12-2017
Location Sharm El-Sheikh

Course Introduction:

                • Familiarization with the contents and technique to conduct   EIA, EPA, PHSER, HAZOP,  HAZID, QRA review

                    (formats, design basis, lateral thinking, risk assessment …etc.).

                • Promote and provide safety expertise in the development and presentation of safety training material.  

                • Determine the presence of hazardous conditions.


Course Objectives:

                • Obtain good understanding of the concepts, the principles and the logical build-up of risk management.

                • Look at risk management in a different and more structured way in the future.  

                • Formulate clear ideas and to conduct precise and more professional discussions on risk management.

                • Obtain a better understanding for the design and engineering features of the Plants, Facilities, Tools &Buildings.

                • Obtain a better understanding for some of the management decisions made to control the risk to health, safety and environment.


Who Should Attend:

          Senior Engineer Mechanical Maintenance

          Senior Engineer (Equipment Supply & Reliability)

          Engineer Mechanical Maintenance

          All HSE Staff


Course Contents:

                • Introduction to HSE Management System

                • Risk Management Tools  

                • Risk Assessment

                • The Cost Benefit Analysis Approach

                • Risk Register

                • Job Safety Analysis

                • What If Technique

                • Hazard Identification &Analysis (HAZOP)

                • Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FEMA)

                • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)

                • Identification of Hazards Techniques

                                Examples of hazard identification techniques

                                HSE audits,

                                HSE inspections,

                                Safe job reviews,

                                Task analysis,

                                HAZOPs,

                                HSEIAs,

                                PHSERs,

                                FMEAs,

                                P&ID Reviews,

                                Accident/incident & Near Miss reporting.  

                • Evaluate (Analyse & Assess) Hazards

                                Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)

QRA uses historical/statistical and failure data along with computer generated consequence modelling (Software) to generate ‘people’ risk data.

                                Examples of Software: Shell Fred

                                Semi-quantitative

The semi-quantitative approach depends on a select team of experienced personnel who have access to accident, historical  and failure data to make “professional” probability decisions.  

Semi-quantitative assessments might determine consequences based upon in-house modelling e.g Risk Matrix

                                Qualitative Risk Assessment/Analysis

                • Environmental Impact Assessment

                                The Role of Expert Judgment

                                Choosing a Method

                                Appropriateness of Methods for Developing Countries

                                Basic Terminology

                                Objective Criteria for Selecting an EIA Method

                                Ad Hoc Method

                                Evaluation of Ad Hoc Method

                                Methods for Organizing & Presenting Information

                                Checklists

                                Simple Checklists

                                Descriptive Checklists

                                Scaling Checklists

                                Scaling Weighting Checklists

                                Leopold Matrix

                                Sectoral Guidelines

                                Asian Development Bank

                                World Bank Sourcebook

                                ESCAP

                                Dredging & Filling

                                Ecology Controversy

                                Environmental Effects

                                Environmental Management Measures

                                The Systematic Sequential Approach

                                Networks

                                From Matrix to Networks

                                Impact Hypotheses

                                Simulation Modeling Workshops

                                Spatially Based Methods

                                Overlays

                                Geographic Information Systems

                                Rapid Assessment of Pollution Sources

                                Rapid Assessment procedure

                                Waste Load Factors

                                Summary