Fundamentals of the Safety Lifecycle Training November 15-16, 2017

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Location:

Institute of Hazard Prevention

Suite #300, 926 5 Ave SW Calgary, AB T2P 0N7 Canada

Fundamentals of the Safety Lifecycle Training November 15-16, 2017

Professional Development: 

Two classroom days providing 1.2 CEU (Continuing Education Units) or 12 PDH (Professional Development Hours)

Course Benefits: 
  • Experience the Safety Lifecycle, starting from the conceptual phase of a project right through to operations
  • Learn how to capture and present risk at your facility
  • Find out what happens with all your PHA or Risk Assessment Data
  • Find out how operations and maintenance people know how to manage risk on a daily basis
  • Find out how to ensure nothing is missed or forgotten, so you can prevent hazardous scenarios from occurring
Course Overview: 

Over this 2-day course, participants will experience the Safety Lifecycle, starting from the conceptual phase of a project right through to operations. The course starts with a solid understanding of how to capture and present risk at your facility using software, then addresses using the results of your Process Hazard Analyses, SIL Determination (LOPA), as well as SIL Verification information, and ends by looking at ways of managing risk in real time during operations and maintenance. 

From a good P&ID to a great contingency safety plan for operations, many people are involved in this process and it’s important to understand where the information is transferred and how each phase of the project relates to the next, all being managed with the use of dedicated software tools. The data collected in the initial stages of your new or existing project will ultimately have an impact on how your operators run the plant, and so it is important to know how to ensure nothing is missed or forgotten, so you can prevent hazardous scenarios from occurring. 

This course is not just for the experts but is a valuable overview for anyone involved in hazard prevention and risk management at any level. No knowledge of the IEC 61511 guidelines or other standards is required to participate. Past course participants have ranged from Vice Presidents to Project Managers and Engineers.

Who Should Attend: 
  • Anyone who works in close proximity to hazardous processes such as Operations and Maintenance Personnel, Supervisors, Engineers and Safety Professionals who require a sound understanding of risk and risk management.
  • Engineers involved in facility design and construction will especially benefit from this course.
Course Outline: 

DAY 1

  • PHASE 1 - FRONT END DESIGN
    • Process Hazard Analysis
    • PHA Documentation
    • PHA Analytics
  • PHASE 2 - DETAILED DESIGN
    • Layer of Protection Analysis, LOPA (SIL Determination, Contingency Planning, Safety Requirement Specifications)
    • SafeGuard Profiler: SIL-D Module

DAY 2

  • PHASE 3 - IMPLEMENTATION
    • Safety Integrity Level Verification/Validation
    • SafeGuard Profiler: SIL-V Module
  • PHASE 4 - CONTINUING OPERATION
    • Operations
    • SafeGuard Sentinel – Real Time Risk Exposure
The ACM Experience: 

Our courses and workshops are experiential, interactive and provide participants with practical knowledge and tools that can be immediately applied back at work.

Course Testimonials: 

Here are a few quotes from over 3,300 participants we’ve trained:

“Very helpful instruction and activities in this course helped me get what I was looking for from it!”
Project Coordinator

“The instructor was very interactive, encouraged discussion and welcomed feedback”
Process Engineer

“Great course! The instructor made the course very enjoyable. With their wealth of knowledge and experience they could answer all of the questions, as well as provide a real life situation in which it applied.”
New Grad EIT

“Great course content, coverage and length. Superb instructor who presented material as it applies to real world scenarios.”
I&C Engineer

Course Instructors: 

Mr. Malcolm Harrison

B.Sc. Mech. Eng., P.Eng., TÜV (Rheinland) F.S. Expert / Instructor

Mr. Harrison is a P.Eng. with over 40 years’ experience in Instrumentation and Controls. Malcolm spent over 35 years with Shell and has diversified upstream and midstream experience in the heavy oil, offshore, refining and gas processing sectors. He is an experienced SIL Determination and CHAZOP facilitator and has worked on billion dollar projects ensuring horizontal I & C alignment between multiple EPCMs. Malcolm is a TÜV Functional Safety Expert and leads training workshops globally for ACM.

 

Guillermo Pacanins

B.Sc. Elec. Eng., P. Eng., TÜV (Rheinland) F.S. Senior Expert / Instructor

Mr. Guillermo Pacanins is an Electrical Engineer with over 27 years of experience with knowledge in Process Controls and Functional Safety in the process industry. He has taught several courses in Process Automation to some of the largest companies in the world. With Mr. Guillermo’s excellent communication and leadership skills, combined with his in-depth understanding of Process Safety Engineering makes him a successful functional safety analyst/educator. Guillermo is a TÜV Functional Safety Senior Expert and teaches several functional safety workshops globally for ACM. Also, Guillermo has a Process Safety Practice Certificate from Texas A&M University, Mary Kay O’Connor Center for Process Safety.

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This course can also be incorporated as part of a Tailored Private day of training

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