RISK ASSESSMENT & HAZOP STUDY OF CHEMICAL PLANTS


Lead Instructor (s):

Dr. Khurram Imran Khan Dr. M. Shozab Mehdi
PhD PhD

Keynote Speaker:

Prof. Dr. Javaid Rabbani Khan
HoD

Dates:

2-3 November 2017

Course Fee:

PKR 30,000/-


This course has limited enrollment. Apply early to guarantee your spot.


Course Summary

The course “Risk Assessment and Hazard and Operability study (HAZOP)” is to familiarize the engineers/technical-persons working in chemical plants with prevention techniques of the accidents, the conditions that have potential to damage to equipment, injure people, or hazardous to environment, and measurement of these damages. For safe operation and economical production of industries, identification and assessment of various hazards is crucial as industrial processes involve different chemicals and mechanical equipment with potential of deadly accidents.

Hazards are in all places of Chemical Plants. A hazard is not at all times known until an accident occurs, it is required to diagnose the hazards and diminish the danger well in advance of a disaster. For safe operation of each process in chemical industries the following queries can be defined in two parts, the first hazard identification and second risk assessment of possibility, frequency and consequences:

  1. What are the possible hazards?
  2. What are the possible fatalities?
  3. What are the probabilities of incidents?
  4. What are the consequences?
Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) is a method to identify the hazards and danger that prevent the efficient operation of a process. The HAZOP is standard technique and involve of a team work who find out the ways to reduce the possibility of incidents in designing stage and in operational plants. HAZOP have been applied with great attainment in industries to achieve safer, more organized and more durable plants.

This program is an intensive practical and valuable exposure to the most vital, up-to-date information and practical know-how to enable you to participate in hazard studies and specify, design, install and operate the safety and emergency shutdown systems in your plant, using international safety practices.

Who should attend?

This program is for anyone who wants to make an effective risk assessment and HAZOP study on a chemical plant.

Especially for:

  • Operation Managers
  • Industrial Internees
  • Trainers
  • Industrial Trainees
  • HSE Department Employees
  • Operation Engineers

What will you learn?

  • Technique to systematically identify potential hazards
  • Operability problems in new designs for chemical and petrochemical plant
  • Ability to plan HAZOP and risk assessment studies
  • Analysis of past accidents and how to prevent them in future.
  • Common process control strategy
  • Improved quality and output from HAZOP studies

PROGRAM OUTLINE

Day 0
7:00 PM Arrival
8:00-9:30 PM Dinner
Day 1
8:00-8:30 AM BREAKFAST
8:30-8:45 AM Introduction
  • Introduction of the speaker and keynote speaker
  • Introduction of attendees with a brief discussion of their experience and expectations.
8:45-9:30 AM Why Risk assessment and HAZOP study is important?
  • Accident and Loss Statistics
  • Four Significant Disasters worldwide
9:30-10:45 AM Hazard identification and Risk Assessment
  • Review of Probability Theory
  • Interactions between Process Units
  • Revealed and Unrevealed Failures
  • Probability of Coincidence
  • Redundancy
10:40-11:00 AM MORNING BREAK
11:00-1:00 PM Basic hazards of chemical process
  • Some causes of explosions
  • Fire and toxic release
  • Toxic material release
  • Failures of equipment
1:00-2:15 PM LUNCH AND PRAYER BREAK
2:15-3:00 PM Risk reduction and classification
3:00-3:45 PM Accident Investigation
  • Learning from accidents
  • Investigation process
3:45-5:00 PM Case Histories
  • Static electricity
  • Chemical Reactivity
  • System Designs
  • Procedures
5:00-5:30 PM TEA
8:00-9:30 PM DINNER
Day 2
8:00-8:30 AM BREAKFAST
8:30-9:00 AM Overview of Day 1
9:00-11:00 AM HAZOP
  • Hazard identification and assessment
  • What is HAZOP
  • Who, When and How
  • Example of HAZOP
  • Limitation of HAZOP
10:45-11:00 AM MORNING BREAK
11:00-1:00 PM Application of HAZOP
  • Need of HAZOP
  • Quantitative methods
  • Use of HAZOP in other industries
  • Auditing HAZOP
  • Conclusion
1:00-2:15 PM LUNCH AND PRAYER BREAK
2:15-3:00 PM HAZOP Applications on accidents
3:00-4:30 PM HAZAON (Hazard Analysis)
  • Objective
  • Stages of HAZON
  • Examples of HAZON
  • Hazard analysis
4:30-5:00 PM CONCLUDING REMARKS
Prof. Dr. Javaid Rabbani Khan
05:00-05:30 PM TEA

Departure