Process Safety Management Fundamentals (Stockport)
Whitworth House, 28 Charles Street
- 5th September 2017 - 6th September 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Process Safety Management is a key leading indicator for plants which are exposed to hazards as a result of their operations. Hazards such as, but not limited to, flammable and explosive materials, high pressure, high and low temperatures, contaminants and toxic substances.
This highly participative 2 day Process Safety Management (PSM) Fundamentals course is designed to enhance PSM sensibility amongst participants so as to drive down the incidence of lagging indicators, such as Demand on Safety systems and minor LOPC, which lead inexorably to damage, injury and fatality. The course will familiarise key staff with the various aspects of process safety, helping delegates to understand the importance of process and personal safety as well as the need for effective reporting and follow-up of process safety incidents and near misses.
The tutor, Angus Keddie, is a Wilde associate with over 30 years industry experience holding high level process safety, technical, operations, proposals and training positions. He utilizes PowerPoint slides, videos, workshops, case studies and Turning Point polling to both engage and motivate participants on the PSM Fundamentals course.
Who Should Attend?
- Process Engineers
- Operations Managers
- Operations Supervisors
- Anyone accountable for the assessment and management of risks and hazards in the process industries
- First delegate – £895
- Each additional delegate – £820
Registration / Further Information
- Complete the form opposite
- Call us on +44 (0) 161 474 6886
- Email us to email@example.com
As well as the scheduled dates this course can be tailored to your particular needs and run in-house.
- Introduction to Process Safety
- Operational Discipline
- PSM Documents
- Abnormal Operations
- Key Performance Indicators
- Hazard Identification and Risk Optimisation
- Plant Conditioning Monitoring
- Learning Lessons – Accidents and Incidents Analysis
- Closing the Loop
- Incident Management
- Incidents, Legislation and Best Practice
- Human Factors
- Safety Culture