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712

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

This course is designed to provide participants with a basic understanding of the role that Planning and Scheduling plays in Enterprise Asset Management. The importance of addressing cultural change when implementing Planning and Scheduling within an organization is discussed. The fundamental prerequisites to Planning and Scheduling, such as a Work Order system and an Asset Criticality process are examined. The roles and responsibilities of a Maintenance Planner and Scheduler are outlined, as well as the skills needed to successfully perform the roles:

114

Management of Change

This course emphasizes hazard review techniques commonly used to evaluate changes. It also includes sections on improving existing programs for management of change (MOC) and pre-startup safety review (PSSR), plus special topics such as managing changes during the construction phase of major capital projects, managing personnel changes, and using software systems to manage change. Although the techniques covered in this course meet process safety management requirements, the focus is on effectiveness and efficiency, not simply complying with regulations.
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440

Managing Chemical Reactivity

This course offers practical tools to help attendees identify, evaluate, and control reactive chemical hazards in order to prevent or mitigate their potential effects on surrounding facilities, equipment, and personnel. Students will also gain awareness of when and where to seek additional assistance.

332

Managing Your Waste Contractors

This course is designed to instruct waste generators on how to identify and minimize the liability associated with offsite treatment, storage, and disposal (TSD) of waste.
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912

Maritime Management of Change

This course is intended to address the management of change (MOC) requirements of the ISM Code (3: Company Responsibilities and Authority); TMSA (Element 7: Management of Change); ISO 9000 (5: Management Responsibility); and ISPS Code (Part A/11: Company Security Officer).

910

Maritime RCA / Incident Investigation

This 2-day course is designed for personnel who seek an efficient way to conduct a thorough investigation of complex incidents to help identify underlying causes and making effective recommendations. This course applies the process outlined in ABS Guidance Notes on the Investigation of Marine Incidents; training satisfies TMSA Element 8 and DPA Element 3. The ABS process helps attendees efficiently and effectively gather data and apply straightforward techniques for identifying causal factors and root causes.

913

Maritime Risk Assessment Implementation

The course introduces hazard analysis techniques for identifying and assessing the hazards of various activities, processes, procedures and equipment in the maritime industry.

909

Maritime Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Incident Investigation Awareness

This 1-day version of our popular Maritime RCA / Incident Investigation course is designed for personnel performing investigations of simple incidents. The focus of this course is on identifying causal factors, root causes, and recommendations for human performance and equipment issues.

501

Maritime Security Implementation

This 2-day course provides the information, hands-on classroom practice, and tools needed for post-compliance date implementation of U.S. Coast Guard regulations (33 CFR Subchapter H, Parts 101-106) and the International Maritime Organization's (IMO's) International Ship and Port Security (ISPS) Code for maritime security.
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131

Mechanical Integrity and Understanding RAGAGEP's

This course addresses OSHA process safety management and EPA risk management program mechanical integrity (MI) requirements and teaches attendees how to develop and implement an efficient mechanical integrity program. It also includes the inspection, test, and preventive maintenance (ITPM) activities for equipment in the petrochemical industry and the recognized and generally accepted good engineering practices (RAGAGEPs) that are the bases for equipment design, fabrication, installation and ITPM plans.

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