Facilitate Risk Assessment for HAZID ,HAZOP, HSE Audits & EIA
Course End Date:
• 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.
• 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
• 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
Safe job 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
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
Objective Criteria for Selecting an EIA Method
Ad Hoc Method
Evaluation of Ad Hoc Method
Methods for Organizing & Presenting Information
Scaling Weighting Checklists
Asian Development Bank
World Bank Sourcebook
Dredging & Filling
Environmental Management Measures
The Systematic Sequential Approach
From Matrix to Networks
Simulation Modeling Workshops
Spatially Based Methods
Geographic Information Systems
Rapid Assessment of Pollution Sources
Rapid Assessment procedure
Waste Load Factors