Every industrial plant has built-in potential safety hazards. This means something that is possible but hasn’t happened yet. There is no need for potential safety hazards to become an accident if you know what the hazards are and how to guard against them, you can avoid accidents. This course provides fundamental knowledge and understanding of the Safety aspects, which enable workgroups and operators to execute all tasks in safest possible manner.
Identify the PPE & Safety equipment
Know how to deal with potential hazard sources.
Ability to Join potential safety hazards with precautions to be taken
Identify unsafe acts and how to avoid it
Know how to follow work permit and isolation procedures
Identify accident causes.
State the Plant protective equipment and how to response.
Describe the plant protective systems
Who Should Attend?
Process operations professionals.
Field & DCS operators.
Petroleum & chemical engineers.
Oil & Gas Treatment technicians.
The Course Content
Potential safety hazards
LEL & UEL
Safety signs standards
Day Two:WTP & MIS
Classification of Hazardous areas
Isolation Methods & MIS
Logout, Tagout ( LOTO )
Day Three: Plant Protective Equipment & Protective System
Alarms and trips
Fire and smoke detectors
Relief valves & Bursting discs
Emergency shut down operations
Manual and over speed trips
Emergency shut down valve
Day Four: Safety accidents
Piper Alpha disaster overview & Study
Accidents causes and conclusion
Day Five: Effluent treatment in the process industries
Sources of effluents
Methods of effluent treatment
Exercises & Assessment
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