Process Safety for Leadership

$900.00 +GST

This 1-day in-house course is aimed at the leaders of your organisation. Whilst process safety principles must be practised by all, it is the leadership of an organisation that has the greatest influence on process safety standards and behaviour. Investigations into process safety incidents have highlighted the importance of a clear understanding of the principles of process safety management throughout the leadership of an organisation.


Maximum Attendees 20 Course Duration 1 Day


This 1-day in-house course can be run online or face-to-face.

Company leaders are responsible to ensure the performance of process safety at their facilities.  Poor process safety management can lead to catastrophic events resulting in multiple injuries and fatalities. Because process safety events occur rarely (in comparison to occupational safety events), continuous commitment is required to ensure the management systems that prevent these events are working. This commitment starts at the top of an organisation. This one-day process safety for leadership training course will provide company leaders with an overview of process safety principles and their application across the life cycle of a process plant. It combines the delivery of content with the opportunity to exchange with leaders of other companies and industries in interactive workshops.

Process safety management focuses on the design and engineering of facilities, hazard assessments, incident investigation, management of change, inspection, testing and maintenance of equipment, effective process controls, and alarms, operating and maintenance procedures, training of personnel, and human factors.

Course Content:

  • Importance of Process Safety
  • Process Safety Fundamentals
  • Legal Framework
  • Management Responsibility
  • Process Safety Leadership
  • Process Safety Framework & Management
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • SFAIRP: Are you doing enough?
  • Operations & Human Factors
  • Management of Change

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