Two classroom days providing 1.6 CEU (Continuing Education Units) or 16 PDH (Professional Development Hours).
This course is designed to give operations and technical personnel a basic understanding of the principles of process safety management. The training is designed to be interactive, using both group work and case studies to reinforce the learning and understanding. This overview training course is based upon the Risk Based Process Safety Approach developed by the Center for Chemical Process Safety published in 2007. It also takes into consideration the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) PSM standard.
Note: this training can be adapted to your current organization’s safety program.
I. PILLAR 1 – COMMITMENT TO PROCESS SAFETY
II. PILLAR 2 – UNDERSTAND HAZARDS AND RISKS
III. PILLAR 3 – MANAGE RISK
IV. PILLAR 4 – LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE
Our courses and workshops are experiential, interactive and provide participants with practical knowledge and tools that can be immediately applied back at work.
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.
January 27-28, 2020
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June 22-23, 2020
October 19-20, 2020