Hazid, Fire, Explosion, Risk & Hse Case

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Hazid, Fire, Explosion, Risk & Hse Case
Hazid, Fire, Explosion, Risk & Hse Case
Last updated 4/2022
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Risk Assessment & Simultaneous Operations (SIMOP) for Hazardous Industries
What you'll learn
HAZID (Hazard Identification study)
Definition of Scenarios & Isolatable Sections
Fire, Explosion and Gas dispersion study
Simultaneous Operations (SIMOPS) hazards
Risk Assessment ( PRA, DRA, QRA, RRW)
ALARP Demonstration
HSE Case development
No Software is required. You will learn the fundamentals of Risk Based Design.
The objective of this E-Course is:· Compliance with all applicable Health, Safety and Environmental for development of HSE case· Identify all potential hazards and assess their consequences and probabilities· Develop prevention, control and mitigation measures to eliminate or minimize hazards to people, asset and environment· Minimize the risk associated with operation of the plant by reducing risk to a level which i s "As Low As Reasonably Practicable" in compliance with project risk acceptance criteriaThe Following subjects will be discussed:· HAZID methodology and Terms of Reference as an input to Risk Assessment· Failure cases definition' which shall identify isolatable process sections based on ESDVs, SDVs.· Fire & Explosion consequence modelling· Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) based on COMPANY Risk Matrix· Detailed Risk Assessment (DRA) Based on COMPANY Risk matrix· Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) to define IRRA and PLL and FN curves· Risk Reduction Workshop (RRW)· ALARP demonstration· HSE Case development· SIMOP hazard identification Dispersion simulations will be discussed to determine realistic potential flammable cloud sizes for the subsequent explosion simulations considering the leak location and direction, the stream characteristics, the leak rate and the wind characteristics. Scenarios to be studied for dispersion simulation shall be based on the review of the existing failure cases and the new failure cases as part of the Fire & Explosion consequence modelling.
Section 1: HAZID (Hazard Identification Study)
Lecture 1 HAZID methodology & TOR
Section 2: Definition of Scenarios & Isolatable Sections
Lecture 2 Methodology
Section 3: Fire, Explosion and Gas dispersion study
Lecture 3 Fire, Explosion and Dispersion Modelling
Section 4: Risk Analysis & HSE Case
Lecture 4 PRA, DRA, QRA, SCE, ALARP in HSE Case
Section 5: Simultaneous Operations (SIMOP)
Lecture 5 SIMOP hazard identification
HSE Design Enginers, Safety Engineers, Process safety Engineers, HSE managers, discipline Engineers, Engineer Managers, Technical Authorities and Operation Managers



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