Process Safety Engineering-OG 5004

5th March - 16th March 2018 (Dubai, UAE) 4th June - 15th June 2018 (London, UK) 3rd December - 14th December 2018 (London, UK)

Course Overview

This course provides an overview of process safety engineering fundamentals for hydrocarbon
processing facilities, with emphasis on the upstream oil & gas sector. Techniques for analyzing and
mitigating process safety hazards applicable to oil and gas processing will be reviewed. Integration the concepts covered to achieve a measured approach to Process Safety Engineering is a key aim of
this course.

Learning Outcome

 Types of equipment and process systems that have historically been problematic in the
Oil & gas industry
Basics of risk analysis
Most commonly used process hazards analysis methods and where they are used
"Layers of Protection" concept - what the different layers are and how they are applied
 Detection and mitigation methods for different types of hazards

Indicative Contents

Historical Incident & Problem Areas
Risk Analysis Basics
Process Hazards Analysis Techniques – Overview
Layers of Protection
Inherently Safer Design
Hazards Associated with Process Fluids
Leakage and Dispersion of Hydrocarbon Releases
Combustion Behavior of Hydrocarbons
Sources of Ignition
Hazards Associated with Specific Plant Systems
Plant Layout & Equipment Spacing
Pressure Relief and Disposal Systems
Corrosion & Materials Selection
Process Monitoring and Control
Safety Instrumented Systems
Fire Protection Principles
Explosion Protection
More Detail
Duration 10 working days
Certification A certificate of completion is granted on successful completion of the programme.
Location Dubai-UAE, London-UK
Travel and accommodation Travel and accommodation to be paid for at source by delegates
Fees Course fees for tuition, materials and certification: £4,750 (Excl. VAT) per delegate for 2 weeks.
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