Introduction to Hazard and Operability Studies (HAZOP)
Wilde Analysis Training Facility or On-Site.
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- 25th April 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This course is intended for participants with little or no experience of using HAZOP as well as managers, supervisors, engineers and technicians with at least a little understanding of both engineering design and technical safety (for example, interlocks, permissives and trips). This includes for the system to be studied an understanding of:
- the engineering principles
- the design intent
- the design representation of the system being studied, for example a detailed assembly drawing and the modes of
What Will You Learn?
- The essential basics of the HAZOP technique
- Inputs required for HAZOP
- Outputs from HAZOP
- Whether HAZOP is an appropriate technique for the safety study of the system
- When and how to use HAZOP
The course commences at 9:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm.
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Includes lunch and refreshments.
Registration / Further Information
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- Origins of HAZOP
- Objectives and Limitations
Inputs to HAZOP
- Defining Scope, Design Intent, Modes of Operation and Establishing Boundaries
- Design Representations and Consequence Analysis
- Attributes, Guide Words, Deviations and Interpretations; example below (Exercise 2)
Outputs from HAZOP (I – Covered)
- Causes, Consequences, Safeguards, Recommendations for Action and Risk Ranking (Exercises 3 & 4)
- Documentation, Recording Styles and Signing-off
Outputs from HAZOP (II – Optional)
- Relationship with the Sponsor or Budget Holder
- Selecting and Briefing the Study Team (including the Team Leader and other roles)
- Training, Timing, Study Schedule and Rehearsal
- Relationship between HAZOP and other safety studies
- Meeting Rules, Logistics, Controlling and Ending the Meetings
- Success Factors and Common Pitfalls
- Auditing and Improvement of HAZOP
- Discussion and Feedback
- Final Questions
- Further Learning