This course covers a broad topic of technical safety and design for safety of mechanical systems. The HAZOP (Hazard and Operability Study) and HAZID (Hazards Identification) are among the most commonly used hazard analysis tool in the process safety management and HSE risk assessment of plants and facilities. These are highly structured and systematic methods to identify all hazards in a process.
This in depth course, starts at the basics of the HAZOP and HAZID, details the process and provides several examples to demonstrate practical considerations in running a HAZOP. The course goes further, providing instruction on HAZOP preparation and leadership, covering topics of team selection, planning, scoping, action logging and best practice in steering of the conversation.
This course is designed to prepare engineers to take part in HAZOPs as well as lead them. Although many training providers split the courses into Participant and Lead levels, we believe that good understanding of the overall process is beneficial for all team members. If required one day awareness courses can be run, please contact for details.
All attendees will be issued with training material including templates and checklist that can be used in.
At the end of the training attendees are issued with certificates detailing the course content.