Risk Management


This course is designed to train operators in the practical aspects of HAZOP facilitation, providing the skills and knowledge to become proficient HAZOP Facilitators. The principles and practice, as adopted within the process industries, are demonstrated by case study material, selected to illustrate a wide range of applications

Learning outcomes
After successful completion of the training, candidates would be able to understand

  • Gain skills and techniques in the facilitation of a HAZOP workshop.
  • Learn about the origin of HAZOPs and their development.
  • Learn why HAZOPs are carried out and what they deliver.
  • Practice the HAZOP methodology.
  • Gain skills in HAZOP logging (minute taking).
  • Learn about the requirements for HAZOP reporting and record keeping.
  • Learn about the key deliverables from a HAZOP.
  • Understand how Hazard identification can predict accidents and incidents

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Course Outline

  • HAZOP Study process and objectives
  • Overview of hazard identification techniques
  • The HAZOP team and its members, team selection
  • Utilize P&IDs and select nodes
  • Develop guidewords, analyze deviations, identify control methods and assess risk
  • Effectively facilitate a HAZOP (recognize barriers, ensure flow, manage dynamic)
  • Setting up a HAZOP study, planning, resources and duration.
  • HAZOP recommendations follow up and sign off
  • Document results and track close-out
  • Other forms of the HAZOP study, Procedural, Control System
  • Evaluation

Target audience:
Process Safety Management Professionals / Engineers

Standard course: 1 day

Foundations of Risk Management

This course provides fundamental knowledge of risk management for people who are working in a highly hazardous environment. It also discusses the structed way of identifying the hazards and the techniques to control and mitigate the risk factors

Learning outcomes
Upon completion of the program, the participants will be to :

  • Understand the human, environmental and business consequences of poor process safety
  • Be aware of and understand the key factors influencing the basis for risk management
  • Understand the hazards associated with process plant and how the risks can be controlled
  • Understand the key process safety requirements at each stage in the life cycle of process plant understand the ways in which your work depends on the knowledge and expertise of others understand your limitations and know how to acquire further knowledge and understanding of process safety management

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Process Safety Management
  • Process Safety culture
  • Process Hazard Analysis & Risk Assessment
  • Managing Process Safety Risks
  • Review and improvement of process safety performance

Target audience:
Process Engineers (fresher’s& experienced), Chemical Engineers


  • Fundamentals: 5 days
  • Advance: 10 days

Safety Integrity Level (SIL) / LOPA (Layer of Protection Analysis)

This course aims to deliver the methods for choosing the appropriate reactors and determine the design for optimised performance

Learning outcomes
Upon completion of the course, candidates would be able to

  • Learn rules for how and when to use LOPA
  • Learn how to develop scenarios for either a new process or changes to a process
  • Learn how to develop scenarios starting from a qualitative hazard evaluation (e. g. HAZOP analysis)
  • Learn to estimate the frequency category for the initiating event of a scenario
  • Learn how to determine the consequence category for the unmitigated scenario
  • Learn how to determine which protection layers meet the criteria for independence and uniqueness
  • Learn how to calculate the scenario risk
  • Learn how to determine which scenarios pose the greatest risk and which scenarios have residual risk that is too high

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Safety Instrumented Systems Overview of International Safety Standards
  • What is Safety Integrity Level (SIL)?
  • Probability to Fail on Demand (PFD)
  • Demand Vs Continous mode
  • Process Sensitivity and Safety
  • Safety Integrity Levels assignment
  • Consequence Analysis
  • Risk Matrix/Risk Graph
  • Layer of Protection (LOPA) methodology
  • SIL Classification
  • SIL Verification

Target audience:
Control and instrumentation engineers, chemical engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers / Plant managers

3 days

Quantitative Risk Assessment

This course provides a practical understanding QRA techniques used with practical examples. It also covers the industry best practices used in estimating the likelihood and consequences.

Learning outcomes
After successful completion of the training, candidates would be able to

  • Identiify potential hazards associated with the facility
  • Conduct frequency analysis
  • Conduct risk analysis and risk assessment
  • Provide mitigation measures
  • assess risk tolerability and support safety-related decision making

Course outline

  • Introduction to QRA
  • Risk criteria
  • Hazard Identification
  • Frequency assessment
  • Industry best practices

Target audience:
Process Engineers; Chemical Engineers

2 days

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