Process Safety Management, Standard-Based Approach
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Process Safety Management, Standard-Based Approach

Gain the academic knowledge about the PSM system from a standard prespective
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4.6 (83 ratings)
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Created by Dr. Ayman Hussein
Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • 19 downloadable resources
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Fundamentals of process safety management elements;
  • The differences between standard based and risk based PSM approaches
  • How to create the PSM system in your organization;
  • The interrelations between Different elements of the PSM systems
  • The PSM KPIs; their categories and how to set them in the organization
Requirements
  • to have the basic knowledge about safety, engineering & process control.
Description

This course is intended for engineers who wish to acquire the necessary knowledge about the standard approach of  process safety management system; it focuses on defining the american OSHA standard (1910.119) along with a technical comparison between it & the risk based approach..moreover; this course has the feature of defining the key performance indicators with comprehensive non-exhaustive details about the determination & setting the KPIs in your organization..

Who this course is for:
  • HSE officers
  • Production Engineers
  • Instrumentation Engineers
  • Industrial Inspection Engineers
  • Senior Management
Course content
Expand all 19 lectures 04:18:38
+ Module 1- Preface
1 lecture 19:58

This module will give you detailed information about:

1- Definition of process safety,

2- Differences between process safety & personal safety,

3- Origin & Evoluation of PSM,

4- Care takers of PSM,

5- Scope of implementation & exemption of OSHA PSM standard.

Preview 19:58
+ Module 2: The System
16 lectures 03:04:37

This element is the starting point of OSHA PSM system; at which it will address:

1- Safety Leadership & the criteria of healthy process safety leadership,

2- OSHA mandatory quotes regarding the employee & employer participation.

Chapter 1- Element 1: Employee Participation
13:09

This lecture will provide you an overview about:

1- the technical illustration of process safety information.

2- Contents of standard MSDS.

3- Block flow diagrams.

4- Process flow diagrams.

5- Process chemistry.

6- Evaluation process of the consequences of deviations.

7- P & IDs.

8-  the relation of process safety with:

a- Material of construction of equipment, 

b- Electrical classification,

c- Relief systems & design basis,

d-  Ventilation systems design,

e- Design codes/standards,

f- Material/Energy Balance,

g- Safety systems (interlocks, detection or suppression systems).

Chapter 1- Element 2: Process Safety Information
25:46

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- Definitions of hazard, risk.

2- Risk Matrix.

3- Categories of PHA

4- Risk Criteria.

5- Tolerability of Risk.

6- the PHA team.

7- Main Stages of PHA process.

8- Key Elements of high quality PHA.

9- Categories of PSM PHAs.

10- Hazard & Operability (HAZOP) study.

11- Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FMEA).

12- Fault Tree Analysis (FTA).

13- Checklists.

14- Structured What if / checklist technique.

15- Applicability of Techniques for PHA.

16- Attributes of selection of PHA technique.

17- Review cycle of PHA.

Chapter 1- Element 3: Process Hazard Analysis
51:36

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- Definitions of safe operating limits, process limits & safe operating envelope.

2- Mandatory PSM operational proccedures stated by OSHA.

3- Characters of PSM operational procedures.

4- Limitations of operating procedures.

Chapter 1- Element 4: Operating Procedures
06:30

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- the importance of training in relation to process safety.

2- Definition of competence & CAMS.

3- Mandatory training categories stated by OSHA PSM standard.

Chapter 1- Element 5: Training
05:21

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- Criteria for contractor selection.

2- Responsibilities of employer & contract employer in the presepective of OSHA PSM standard.

Chapter 1- Element 6: Contractors
08:31

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- the mandatory requirements to conduct the PSSR.

2- the steps to carry out a successful PSSR.

Chapter 1- Element 7: Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR)
07:41

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- the definition of mechanical integrity & its objectives.

2- the definition of criticality & how to determine the criticality of the asset using FMECA.

3- Safety critical equipment & their significance.

4- the FARSI approach for development of safety critical elements performance standards.

5- the scope of applicability of mechanical integrity in the presepective of OSHA PSM standard.

6- OSHA PSM mechanical integrity requirements.

Chapter 1- Element 8: Mechanical Integrity
16:30

This element will give you an overview for the following:

1- Definition of hot works.

2- OSHA PSM mandatory requirements regarding hot works.

3-  the fire protection & fire prevention requirements.


Chapter 1- Element 9: Hot Works
04:09
Chapter 1- Element 10: Management of Change (MOC)
02:56

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- OSHA manadatory requirements regarding the investigation of PS-related incidents.

2- minimum incident report requirements.

Chapter 1- Element 11: Incident Investigation
03:28

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- OSHA PSM mandatory requirements regarding the development of ERP.

Chapter 1- Element 12: Emergency Planning & Response
03:01

this lecture will provide you with the regulatory requirement of compliance PSM audits.

Chapter 1- Element 13: Compliance Audits
01:24

This lecture will provide you an insight about the significance of trade secret status of the information & their significance in relation to process safety management.

Chapter 1- Element 14: Trade Secrets
01:41

This lecture will provide you information regarding:

1-  the most critical OSHA PSM elements.

2- the interrelation between OSHA PSM critical elements with other elements.

Chapter 2: Interrelation between PSM elements
23:04

This lecture will provide you with a detailed comparison between the PSM approaches of OSHA & CCPS

Chapter 3: OSHA Vs. CCPS Approaches
09:50
+ Module 3: The PSM Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
2 lectures 54:03

This lecture will provide information for the following:

1- Definition of KPIs, their importance & significance.

2- Features of effective KPIs.

3- The tier outlines of PSM KPIs.

4- Types of containments.

5- Tier 1 PSM KPI-PSE.

6- Rules ot T1-PSE classification.

7- Calculation of T1-PSE frequency & severity weighting.

KPIs- T1-PSE
37:25

This lecture will provide you information about:

1- T2 PSE.

2- T3 KPI with standard examples.

3- T4 KPI with standard examples.

4- Software assistance in the determination of PSEs.

5- Reporting of KPIs.


KPIs- T2:T4 PSE
16:38
+ Assessment for Certification
0 lectures 00:00

This assessment has been tailored to test the candidate's knowledge and understanding about the course contents; you will have 50 Multiple choice questions; only 1 answer is valid and the pass rate is 80%..good luck to you all.

PSM, Standard-Based Approach Completion Exam
50 questions