National Safety Council

NSC HAZOP Leadership

Introduction

																			HAZOP is an abbreviated term for HAZOP and Operability study. It is a technique that identifies the potential hazards and operating issues with the design and construction of equipment and plant. The study involves the interaction of a multi-disciplinary team. The identification is carried out using a series of keywords to examine deviations and their subsequent effects on the process as a whole. Once the hazard and operability concerns are identified, appropriate actions are recommended. 
 
																		

Program Objectives

			
																			•	Become familiar with the concepts of a HAZOP study
•	Understand the principles and methodology of a HAZOP study
•	Understand the requirements of management, preparation, planning, HAZOP team, documentation, as well the review of HAZOP study
•	Understand the methodology in conducting a process hazard review 
•	Preparation and Organization of PHA Studies
•	Selection of Study Nodes / Design intent of node
•	Guidelines for managing the team
•	Recording Study Results / Maintaining Quality Control
•	Management of Results and Recommendations
•	Communication of Results to Management

																		

Program Contents

																			This 5-day HAZOP leadership course introduces the concept of hazard assessment, process Hazard Analysis techniques and risk matrix and details of the HAZOP technique. A successful HAZOP is only possible if the study is effective. The course also covers the responsibilities of the HAZOP leader, how to manage the team, the results and recommendations of the HAZOP study. Also, participants will undertake a range of project team roles to give them the opportunity to practice the HAZOP process.  

																		

Assessment and Certification

																			Assessment comprises a multiple choice exam followed by practical basement. Candidates will be awarded HAZOP Leadership from National Safety Council. 
																		

Target Audience

																			• New supervisors/managers unfamiliar with safety responsibilities
• Experienced supervisors/managers who want “refresher” safety training or need to develop specialized skills

																		

Entry Requirements

																			1.	Applicant must meet necessary standards of English language.
2.	Applicants are preferred to complete an IOSH Working Safely or equivalent course.

																		

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