This 1-day course teaches workers how to recognize hazards and how to reduce risk as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP). It is intended to give workers practical technical knowledge so that they can effectively implement self-checking protocols such as STOP, Take Two, or STAR. Attendees learn how to identify hazards in the workplace, select and implement effective controls, and design better systems. Short exercises are integrated throughout the course to give the class practical experience with the concepts presented.
Who Should Attend:
- Anyone who needs to participate more effectively in hazard analyses, job safety analyses, management of change reviews, and incident investigations
- A working knowledge of process safety concepts, principles, and tools is essential for those who design, operate, and maintain hazardous systems
Benefits of Attending:
- Improve your ability to identify hazards
- Recognize encountered oversights (common traps) in process designs
- Know how to select appropriate levels of protection against a hazard
- 0.7 CEU, 0.7 COC, 1.17 CM, ABIH approval #10-224
Duration: 1 day
- Introduction to Process Safety
- Case studies – specific examples of workplace accidents
- Identification of hazards
- Minimization of risk
- Improving human factors
This course can be taught at your facility. Find out more.
Request the Recognize Hazards to Recognize Change article in AIChE's Chemical Engineering Progress Magazine about Hazard Recognition co-authored by ABS Group's Director of Onsite Training Services.
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