- Process Safety
- Duration : 5 days
OSHA expects that process hazard analysis (PHA) team leaders be qualified to lead PHAs either by experience prior to the issuance of the PSM standard (which was promulgated in 1992) or through training.
This course helps prepare team leaders to facilitate PHA study teams. In addition to receiving expert instruction on the technical and managerial procedures involved with leading a PHA team, you’ll form a study team with other participants and take turns leading the team. This workshop exercise is overseen by an instructor who will give feedback on your performance. The course is a methodology course for PHA team leaders, not a software training course.
The course provides you with specific detailed guidelines for facilitating PHA studies, including PHA Revalidations, which you will practice in workshop sessions. Participants discover the tactics and success factors that help ensure a successful study.
Upon completing this course you will receive certification of training to satisfy OSHA’s requirements for PHA team leaders. Attendees also receive a detailed course manual, electronic copies of regulatory standards, job aids, checklists, and resource materials to immediately assist in applying the skills learned to leading PHA studies.
Learn to organize and lead process hazard analysis studies, including PHA Revalidations, using the HAZOP and ""What-If"" techniques. Participants discover the tactics and success factors that help ensure a successful study.
- Target Audience
- Engineers and others responsible for leading PHA studies
- The ability to understand P&IDs and a technical background in process plants are required.
- Overview of PHA
- PHA Regulatory Requirements
- Hazard Identification and HAZID
- PHA Methods
- Fault Tree Analysis
- Major Hazards Analysis
- Event Tree Analysis
- Cause-Consequence Analysis
- Bow Tie Analysis
- Preliminary Hazard Analysis
- Preparing and Organizing PHA Studies
- Subdividing the Process for Study
- Inherent Safety Review
- Recording PHA Studies
- Design Intent, Parameters and Deviations
- Leadership Skills for Managing the Team
- Completing the PHA Worksheet
- Meeting Regulatory Requirements
- Management of PHA Studies
- Multiple Failures
- Human Factors in PHA
- Facility Siting in PHA
- Treating Utilities in PHA
- Handling Multiple Modes of Operation
- PHA for Process Changes
- PHA for Procedures
- PHA for Batch Processes
- Quality Control in PHA Studies
- PHA Report Preparation
- Managing the Follow-Up of PHA Results
- Planning PHA Revalidations
- Conducting PHA Revalidations
- Documenting PHA Revalidations