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    Days: 2

  • BRLC icon-PDH white-navy-64px

    PDH: 16

  • BRLC icon-CEU white-navy-64px

    CEU: 1.6

Course Cost:
Early: $1,500
Normal: $1,725

This two day course focuses on leading implementation of PSM gap analysis findings and corporate standards.

This courses will cover:

  • Process safety concepts
  • 20 elements of CCPS’s risk based process safety (RBPS) with reference to:
    1. 14 elements of the OSHA PSM rule, and
    2. Corporate PSM standards, where relevant
  • Process safety leadership

The course includes the following topics:

  • Business case for process safety
  • Impact of major accidents on a business, people, and environment
  • Recurring root cause failures
  • Process safety concepts
  • Accident theory
  • Hazard and risk
  • Loss prevention principles
  • Inherently safer systems
  • Loss of containment events
  • Human factors
  • Process safety management / Management systems and assurance processes
  • Integrating process safety alongside business objectives
  • Risk-based process safety (compare / contrast to OSHA PSM)
  • Understanding the impact of human factors on process safety
  • Developing and maintaining a positive process safety culture
  • Operational discipline
    • The importance of setting policies and their effective deployment
  • Lessons learned
    • External / Internal major accidents, incidents, near-misses
    • Maintaining corporate knowledge
  • Measuring process safety - Metrics, audit, and review
    • Importance of sustainability
  • Implementing site improvement plans
  • Gap analysis findings / actions
  • Sharing best practice

Customized Courses Tailored to Your Needs

While BakerRisk offers a range of pre-packaged courses, we recognize that the most effective courses incorporate your company’s specific hazards, incidents, and lessons learned. Please contact us to discuss how we can custom tailor courses to fit your company’s needs.

Process Safety Management - Risk Based Process Safety (For Executives) Course Facilitators

Jeff Dancey
Jeff Dancey

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