HAZOP (Hazard and Operability)

Atharva Proctek
In Pune

Rs 30,000
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  • Training
  • Pune
  • Duration:
    2 Days
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

To provide participants with the background of how Process Hazard Analyses (PHA's) are performed. The course explains the importance of PHA's for new and existing plants and for changes to existing design.
Suitable for: This training is ideal for HSE engineers, process engineers, mechanical and piping engineers, instrumentation and automation engineers, project engineers and managers, environment engineers, operations and maintenance engineers, process reliability and quality control/assurance engineers and anyone who needs a general understanding of Process Hazard Analyses.

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Starts Location
Flexible
Pune
Atharva Proctek,Karvenagar, PUNE, 411052, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme



- Introduction to and scope of HAZOP Reviews
-Why, Who, When, How, Where of HAZOP Review
-Limitations of HAZOP Review
-"Hazop Review is not a mere formality"
-Make HAZOP a habit of day-to-day life
-Regulatory requirements for process hazard analyses (PHA's)
-Overview of Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)
-Overview of Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
-Overview of Human Reliability Analysis (HRA)
-The HAZOP Process
-Case Studies
-HAZOP Methodology
-Difference in application to Continuous and Batch Processes
-Team meetings and team member responsibilities
-Hazard recording and reporting
-HAZOP Review follow up and close-out
-Workshops will be included throughout the training.

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Payment options:

Rs. 30,000/- per participant. Concession of Rs. 5,000 in total fees can be availed for every additional participant if from the same group. Fees includes working lunches, tea/coffee and snacks. Participants' transport and accommodation is excluded though we can arrange for these on request at additional cost.


Students per class: 10

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