06 November
P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram) and Engineering Drawings Interpretation November 6-7, 2017


Institute of Hazard Prevention

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Your people are the risk management
systems that protect the corporation.

Published September 11, 2017

Does your safety team need to develop a basic understanding of PHA processes? Would knowing the HAZOP methodology/roles and responsibilities help create an educated team of PHA participants?

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In this course they will:

✔ Develop a basic understanding of the PHA processes

✔ Learn why PHA/HAZOP studies matter

✔ Learn the attributes of each methodology

✔ Learn the roles and responsibilities of PHA/HAZOP teams

✔ Develop the skills necessary to be an active participant in your company’s PHA/HAZOP studies

Published September 07, 2017 under ACM News

Help your Operators, EITs and Engineers learn how to read and work with Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams.

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Published September 05, 2017 under ACM News

In this Training Work you will learn how to:

✔ Successfully plan and execute Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) studies efficiently and effectively

✔ Understand the principles behind each of the major PHA methods (HAZOP, What-if?, Checklist, FMEA)

✔ Deal with challenging personalities within the PHA team

✔ Avoid common pitfalls and traps so your PHA studies run smoothly

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Published August 31, 2017 under ACM News

What are your options?

Offered five times, one-day public courses are scheduled for anyone who wants to understand the purpose and differences involved with the recent edition of IEC 61511 Edition 2. The course is also designed to get you up-to-date and as a general information course.

Available course dates: September 28th, October 19th and November 28th

Published August 31, 2017 under ACM News


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