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Hazard & Operability (HAZOP) and Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)

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Hazard & Operability (HAZOP) and Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)
Hazard & Operability (HAZOP) and Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)

Time & Location

26 Mar 2021, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm IST

Online Training Program

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About the Event

Course Objective

The main objective of the course is as follows:

In recognition of worldwide acceptability of Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) is a technique used for assessment of hazards associated with the operation of a chemical plant, while QRA is a technique to quantify the risk associated with the plant.

The main objective of this workshop is aimed to train the participants on HAZOP and QRA by explaining the process of these techniques and also making them to carrying out exercises using these techniques.

The course provides knowledge and skills in the application of the techniques of HAZOP and QRA and also provides information in the prevention and control of hazards at the workplace, the techniques for identification of Hazards, Risk Assessment and Quantification of Risk.

Take Away

The aim is to train the participants to carry out HAZOP and QRA in their units and also enable them to act as a HAZOP study team leaders or participants in their plants.  The QRA will enable the participants to calculate & quantify the risks and the control measures to be adopted to reduce the risks to acceptable levels.

Who Should Attend?

The participant should have knowledge of chemical plant operation and maintenance. They should be familiar with various components of the P & I Diagram, Flowsheets, etc. The course is beneficial for the Plant Manager, Process Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, Instrumentation Engineer, Design Engineer, Chemist, Safety Processionals and Process Operators.

Course Outline

In the morning session, HAZOP Technique would be taught along with a brief of the Safety Management System, and control of hazards at the workplace and the HAZOP Procedure with a small exercise.

In the afternoon session, QRA would be taught. A presentation on the Techniques for Identification of Hazards would be followed by Risk Assessment, Quantification of Risk and the control measures to be adopted to reduce the risks to acceptable levels.

About The Faculty – Mr. Indranil Ghosh

Mr. Indranil Ghosh is an Electrical Engineer, Fellow of Institution of Engineers (India) and Maintenance, Energy & Safety Management Professional empanelled with various renowned Organizations and Certification Bodies as an assessor for Business Excellence, HR Excellence and Safety & Sustainability.

He has more than 35 years of extensive & versatile industrial experience in Operation, Maintenance and Engineering of various plants, Energy Services, Technical & management Training and Safety & Industry Expert in organizations like Tata, Adani and Essar. 

The real joy of teaching comes only when the teacher falls in LOVE with himself and his way of teaching. For Indranil Ghosh, teaching is not only his profession but also a passion. And this perfect blend of passion & profession is the genesis of his Charisma. That is why, despite being an ace Power & Energy Professional, he has been successful in proving himself as a charismatic Management Trainer and a Safety & Sustainability Professional. 

Indranil Ghosh is a published author of many books and Technical Papers. These books have been published in various Indian and foreign languages. Some more new books are in the pipeline.

E-certificate of participation will be given on successful –

  • completion of the course;
  • submission of feedback;
  • complete payment of course fee

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    REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES: Full access to the event. CANCELLATIONS: Fees once paid is non-refundable and non-transferrable under any circumstances. Delegate substitutes are welcome at any time at no extra cost.

    ₹5,000.00
    Tax: +₹900.00 GST

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