Safety involves coordinating policies and operations with industry standards and practices as well as with government regulations. The key to reducing hazard and risk is an effective safety management program. In turn, the cornerstone of a successful safety management program is management commitment, good ERDMP planning, BBS and employee involvement forming a team that more and more often includes the facility manager as an integral player. The process safety risk assessment, BBS and DMP are powerful approaches used to help manage risk and improve safety in many process industries. When properly performed, the approach provides a rational basis for evaluating process safety and improvement.
The overall objective is to help participants to understand process risk, risk assessment approaches, BBS and Develop Disaster Management Plan. The program will help professionals working in the area of safety, health and environment regarding issues associated with the safety in process industries.
1. Overview of Quantitative and Qualitative Risk Analysis with respect to Hazardous Process Industries,
2. Disaster Management Plan (DMP), Statutory Requirements for Risk Analysis and Disaster Management, Prevention and preparedness Aspects of DMP
3. Quantitative and Qualitative Risk Assessment using (HAZOP, FMEA, LOPA)
4. Response and Recovery, Role of Key Personnel in Disaster management, Quantitative Risk Analysis with ALOHA
5. Behavior Based Safety (BBS) for improving the Safety Culture & reduce Risks, Planning & Implementation of BBS
6. Incident and Accident Investigation
Senior and middle level executives working in the area of Safety and sustainability. All the participants will be issued soft and Hard copy of training certificate
|Aug 21, 2023
|Prof. Vidyadhar Gedam / Prof. Seema Unnikrishnan / Prof. Shankar Murthy
|Professional Fee*(Per participant)
|Total Fees(Per Participant)
|1 24 2 19