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HAZOP - Master HAZOP Method, Hazard and Operability Study

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The HAZOP (Hazard and Operability study) method is based on the systematic use of 7 guiding words to identify hazards in the following areas: health, safety, environment (water, air, soil), operation of equipment, quality.

It’s a tool that allows you to assess and prioritize risks and make recommendations to reduce them.

Who should attend

Risk managers, managers and safety coordinators.

Learning objectives

  • Identify when to use a HAZOP study
  • Define a HAZOP study methodology applicable in your company
  • Conduct HAZOP studies
Learning Methods

Workshops, “What-if” Studies. Final Exam.

Course highlights
  • Introduction to the HAZOP method
  • Identification of a node
  • Guiding words
  • Risk Matrix
  • HAZOP method applied to batch processes
  • HAZOP report and follow-up of recommendations
  • HAZOP method applied to procedures
  • Criteria for selecting a risk analysis method
  • Risk analysis during an engineering project
  • Identification of hazards according to the HAZID method
  • “What-if” method
Pre-Requisites

None

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Duration:

3 Days

Prerequisite:

None

It’s a tool that allows you to assess and prioritize risks and make recommendations to reduce them.

Who should attend

Risk managers, managers and safety coordinators.

Learning objectives

  • Identify when to use a HAZOP study
  • Define a HAZOP study methodology applicable in your company
  • Conduct HAZOP studies
Learning Methods

Workshops, “What-if” Studies. Final Exam.

Course highlights
  • Introduction to the HAZOP method
  • Identification of a node
  • Guiding words
  • Risk Matrix
  • HAZOP method applied to batch processes
  • HAZOP report and follow-up of recommendations
  • HAZOP method applied to procedures
  • Criteria for selecting a risk analysis method
  • Risk analysis during an engineering project
  • Identification of hazards according to the HAZID method
  • “What-if” method
Pre-Requisites

None

Dates and Location

Date Place Language
Date
April 16 - 18
Place
Casablanca, Morocco
Language
French