This course can be run online or face-to-face

The identification of process hazards is often captured with techniques such as HAZOP or HAZID. The main objective of these studies is to identify the process hazards. To make a decision on whether process designs or operations are acceptable, we often need to subject them to a risk analysis.

There are a number of risk assessment techniques that can be performed, but not all are suitable to each situation. There are qualitative techniques such as risk matrices, semi-quantitative techniques such as LOPA and fully quantitative techniques that include consequence and likelihood modelling.

The objectives of this Risk Assessment course are to develop the skills necessary to select and understand the appropriate risk assessment technique and ensure the process can be effectively integrated into a company’s process safety management processes.

Introduction to Risk Assessment Training Course Content

  • Types of risk assessment
  • Bow tie development
  • Use of Risk Matricies
  • Layer of protection analysis
  • Consequences
  • Integrating risk analysis into a company’s operations

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Course Duration: 1 day

Maximum number of attendees: 15

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