One classroom or live remote training day providing .8 CEU (Continuing Education Units) or 8 PDH (Professional Development Hours)
This 1-day workshop is designed to deliver expert instruction on the technical content of a CHAZOP session and why they are performed. This includes understanding the principles behind each of the major methods(CHAZOP, What-if? and FMEA) and the fundamentals on CHAZOP methodology, noding, team composition and preparation for a CHAZOP session.
I. WHAT IS A CHAZOP?
II. CHAZOP CHOICES
IV. COURSE EXERCISE #1
VII. COURSE EXERCISE #2
VIII. CHAZOP PREPARATION
Our courses and workshops are experiential, interactive and provide participants with practical knowledge and tools that can be immediately applied back at work.
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!”
“The instructor was very interactive, encouraged discussion and welcomed feedback.”
“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.”
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.
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