Prime Quality Training presents to introduce an international training course: “Advanced Process Risk Assessment & Process Safety Management”. This course will be hold in 3 days, from 16th-18th March 2015 in Accra, Ghana. This course is led by our world renowned trainer: Philip Kenneth Eames.

Serious process incidents across the world continue to show the imperative to improve the practice of process safety management.This includes the application of best practice techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment, the implementation of robust process safety management systems and development of a strong culture to underpin these management systems.



This intensive course covers the key process hazard identification and risk assessment techniques required to develop a thorough understanding of process risk and how they ft within the process safety management system, advanced techniques for identifying systemic weaknesses when incidents happen, and the characteristics and development of a process safety culture.


Who Should Attend

• Managers,supervisors,engineers and others involved in the design, operation, modification or maintenance of hazardous process plant, including HSE personnel;
• Managers and engineers who would like to develop an understanding of process safety;
• Young engineers working towards recognition by a professional engineering institution.


Benefits of Attending

Delegates will learn:
• The need for industry to improve the management of process risks, including the latest views of industry experts and regulators;
• The central role that process risk assessment plays in process safety management;
• How hazard identification and risk assessment is integrated into the process safety management system and latest examples of process safety management systems;
• Hazard identification techniques used throughout the lifecycle of the process;
• Advanced practices for the successful application of the HAZOP technique;
• The Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) technique;
• Information required and advanced techniques available for modelling fires, explosions and toxic releases;
• Information required and advanced techniques available for the estimation of the frequency of hazardous events and
the evaluation of individual and societal risk;
• The development and use of bow tie diagrams;
• A model for describing human failure and how this can be used to investigate incidents and reduce human error;
• The concept of Process Safety Culture and the role of leadership in developing a strong culture;
• The concept of the High Reliability Organisation and how it can be developed;
• Advanced practices for developing process safety performance indicators.


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