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Facility Siting Workshop
Focused on the new requirements of the API Recommend Practice 752 Third Edition, Management of Hazards Associated with Location of Permanent Process Plant Buildings, which was revised to address specific OSHA concerns during the refinery NEP inspections.
Price: $995.00

Effective Characterization & Modeling of Depressuring Systems Workshop
This workshop is facilitated and led by Dr. Georges A. Melhem, FAIChE, who is well known for his contributions to pressure relief and flare system evaluation methods. Dr. Melhem is a key member of the API Subcommittee on Pressure Relief Systems, which is tasked with the maintenance and development of API STD 520 and 521 that include consideration of depressuring systems.
Price: $995.00

Process Safety Considerations for Mergers and Acquisitions
Mergers and acquisitions has become a standard headline in our news these days. As a result, the chemical and petroleum industry’s business portfolios are ever evolving. Organizations are now merging, acquiring, divesting, splitting, and even spinning off new companies. A key element that needs to be addressed and managed through every one of these mergers, splits, acquisitions and spin offs is “process safety”. Our one day workshop highlights the need for creating awareness in and among upper
Price: $995.00

A Primer on Facility Siting and Building Risk
This one day workshop will cover the regulatory requirements for facility siting and provide an overview of the methods to satisfy the requirements. We will specifically review the American Petroleum Institute (API) recommended practice (RP) 752 (Management of Hazards Associated with Location of Process Plant Permanent Buildings) and 753 (Management of Hazards Associated with Location of Process Plant Portable Buildings). These documents provide guidance for managing the risk from explosions...
Price: $995.00

NFPA 652 – Updated Requirements for Managing Combustible Dust Hazards
Join our one day workshop and get up to date on NFPA 652 and what the latest changes mean for your and your facility. During our workshop, we will help you understand NFPA 652 and how it provides basic principles and minimum requirements to manage fire, flash fire, and explosion hazards of combustible dusts. We will compare and contrast NFPA 652 with the legacy NFPA standards—including NFPA 654, 61, 484 and 664.
Price: $995.00

PSM Implementation Training
This course aims at understanding OSHA PSM Standard (29 CFR 1910.119) requirements, as well as learning how to effectively implement a process safety management system to comply with the regulation and avoid process-related injuries and accidents.
Price: $1,395.00

Understand How to Identify and Manage Relief and Process Piping Vibration Risk
This one day workshop will cover practical guidance and methods for how to screen for piping acoustic and flow induced vibration risks, AIV and FIV. Several examples are used throughout the workshop to illustrate evaluation methods and first stage vibration risk mitigation strategies. This workshop is facilitated and led by Dr. Georges A. Melhem who is well known for his contributions to relief systems.
Price: $995.00

Process Safety Culture
This one day training course will introduce key performance indicators (KPI) intended to identify process safety culture weaknesses, as well as the necessary tools, guidelines, and criteria to ensure a sound process safety culture implementation. Proper housekeeping, operational discipline, communication, and training will be addressed as well.
Price: $695.00

Understanding PRV Stability – How to Identify and Manage High Risk Installations
This workshop will provide practical methods for the identification and evaluation of high risk relief systems installations where potential PRV instability requires evaluation by engineering analysis. The workshop will review the state of the art of developments in PRV stability and provide guidance and worked example on how to perform an engineering analysis where PRV instability requires evaluation. This workshop is facilitated and led by Dr. Georges A. Melhem who is well known for his contri
Price: $995.00