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Learn the necessary skills of preparing, leading and documenting effective and efficient PHAs with ClearSky Risk Management Inc.
HAZOP / PHA Leadership Training
February 6-9, 2017
In beautiful, downtown Vancouver, BC
Essential training for personnel involved with project design and facilities operation, on the engineering and operations levels.
Course consists of:
- 4 days of hands-on instruction by expert PHA Facilitator & Instructor
- Focus on common PHA techniques such as HAZOP/What-If, using real examples
- Introduction to other PHA tools, e.g. LOPA, Preliminary Hazard Analysis & PHA Revalidation
- Facilitation and documentation skills
- Hands-on, practical training
- All course materials, training guide, and course completion certificate
This interactive, practical course provides attendees with the knowledge and confidence to lead high quality PHA studies for their facilities or clients.
PHA Leadership Training is a core requirement for any engineering or operating company. Participants from this course will be able to plan, conduct & document their own PHA studies of any size, from small management of change PHAs to full-scale unit HAZOPs.
Instruction is very much hands-on, and provides attendees with the practical knowledge and experience to conduct their own, quality PHA studies, specific to their industry. PHA Pro8 is used as the choice of PHA software during this course, but other software is also supported.
Course Topics include:
HAZOP is the primary technique used in this course, and course focuses on its applications in the processing industries
- PHA Overview & Lessons Learned
- PHA Regulatory Requirements
- Preparation & Node Selection
- Design Intent
- Parameters & Deviations
- Developing Causes
- Consequence Analysis
- Adequacy of Safeguards
- Risk Ranking
- Recommendation Management
- Human Factors & Facility Siting
- Facilitation Skills
- Other PHA Methods
- What If? Analysis
- Intro to LOPA
- PHA Revalidation
- PHA Lifecycle
- PHA Resources / Team
- PHA Documentation
- PHA Administration & Reporting
Is it just lecturing for 4 days straight?
No way! This is a fun class - intense, but fun. ClearSky uses lectures, team discussions, break-out group sessions, and one-on-one interaction to ensure maximum participant learning. Quizzes, practice PHA sessions, and mentorship are used to verify participant understanding. Participation in all discussions and workshops is expected.
What is the class size?
The class size is limited to 10 participants, to ensure maximum effectiveness of the hands-on training portion.
Who is the instructor?
Ms. Leslie Parchomchuk, P.Eng, is a chemical engineer with an extensive background in both safety and risk management, and process engineering. She has taught hundreds of PHA courses worldwide. In addition, Ms. Parchomchuk has conducted innumerable PHA studies using various methods at facilities worldwide. Her PHA experience includes companies in petroleum refining, petrochemical and specialty chemical processing, oil & gas exploration, marine, land & rail terminals, pulp & paper, food production and storage, metals processing, and pipelines. She is in high demand for her effective, efficient, and enjoyable PHA facilitation skills, from companies around the world.
Who should attend?
PHA Leadership Training is a core competency requirement for most process engineers, project engineers, process safety management professionals, operators involved in conducting day-to-day PHA studies, as well as technical professionals involved in an operating or engineering environment which requires PHAs.
I don't know anything about PHA/HAZOP. Can I attend?
Yes! While it is recommended that participants be familiar with the concepts and application of hazard analysis, no prior experience is required. It is recommended that participants have experience with facilities operations or design, and be able to read Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs). But if you don't, it isn't a requirement - just let us know.
Remind me, what is PHA?
Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) is a term applied to the multiple techniques available to assess the hazards of a design or operation of a system or process. Some of the commonly known techniques are HAZOP, What-If?, Checklist, and FMEA. PHA has been traditionally applied to facilities such as oil refining and chemical processing; however PHA has proven to be useful in any operation that is inherently hazardous. PHA studies are now also commonly used in areas such as oil & gas exploration & production, explosives handling, food production, power generation, and medical devices.
Are there any discounts?
Registrants qualify for a 10% course discount if 3 or more people from the same company registering for the same course.
Do I need to bring anything?
It is recommended that you become familiar with your company's PHA Policy/Procedure (if available), and bring a copy of your Risk Matrix for your personal reference.
Optional: bring your laptop computer with your preferred PHA documentation software. ClearSky will provide sample P&IDs. However, the participants may want to bring P&IDs from their own process or projects.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
CanadaLine, SkyTrain, SeaBus, secure paid parking in the building, secure bike storage. 20 minutes from Vancouver International Airport
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Leslie Parchomchuk, firstname.lastname@example.org, ph 604-899-1470
What is included?
Fee is inclusive of refreshments, lunches, and course material. It does not include the cost of travel or accommodations or software.
Do you offer special meals?
We do our best to meet your dietary requirements. Please let us know on your registration form.
I can't go - can I send someone else?
Yes! You can substitute attendees - just let us know who to expect
What is the refund policy?
Cancellations received in writing 20 business days prior to the course will be refunded. Thereafter, cancellations are not refundable although participants may be substituted at any time for the registered class. Credit for future classes is not provided. ClearSky reserves the right to cancel the course 20 business days prior to the first day of the course (with full refund of course fees), if there is insufficient registration. Please make travel plans accordingly, as ClearSky is not responsible for travel cancellation fees.