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Increase your value to your company with ACM’s Fundamentals of Risk Based Process Safety Management Course. Register today for ACM’s next course July 17th – 18th

Published July 13, 2017 under ACM News

Take this, 2-DAY: FUNDAMENTALS OF

RISK BASED PROCESS SAFETY

MANAGEMENT COURSE

HERE IS WHAT SOME OF OUR PAST ATTENDEES HAVE SAID ABOUT THIS COURSE:

"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

Register Today

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In this Fundamentals Course you will learn

✔ The differences and similarities of occupational and process safety systems and how they work together
 
✔ A comparison of current Industry Standard PSM programs
 
✔ The importance of each PSM component
 
✔ Some key details of each component
 
✔ How the application of each element impacts daily work activities
 
✔ More knowledge to help you work safely
 
✔ How you can use comparisons and analytical approaches to investigate areas that need further investigation 
 
✔ How PSM integrates into your current safety management system and implementing key aspects of PSM with the field workforce
 

Why ACM?

  • ACM is serious about making the world a safer place through training 
  • Guide your company to safety 
  • Ensure your colleagues get home safely 
  • Oversee all aspects of Process Safety Management 
  • Ensure potential risks are identified and addressed appropriately 
  • Improve the quality of your risk assessments and PHA's 
  • Improve operations discipline 
  • Improve mechanical integrity 

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