20 January
Introduction to SIL/SIS for Operations and Maintenance Technicians

Location:

Institute of Hazard Prevention

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

Richard Carter

B.Sc. Chem. Eng., P.Eng., TÜV (Rheinland) F.S.Eng. PH & RA, PHA Facilitator / Project Manager / Instructor

Richard is a Professional Engineer, and is qualified as a Functional Safety Engineer (F.S. Eng.) in Process Hazards and Risk Analysis through the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Program.

Richard is an experienced facilitator of Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) studies, such as Hazard and Operability (HAZOP), Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), Hazard Identification (HAZID) and What-If Analysis. He has facilitated more than 120 PHA studies for some of the largest operating and engineering organizations in Canada and the United States, and has field experience in oilsands and petrochemicals facilities.

Richard is a training instructor, and teaches the 2-day P&ID/Engineering Drawings Interpretation course, the 1-day Introduction to Process Hazards Analysis course, and the 3-day PHA/HAZOP Facilitation course at ACM Facility Safety. He has also managed ACM’s education and training program for public and private offerings, and developed customized PHA procedures and education materials to meet the specific needs of clients.

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