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PDH

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CEU/CPD

What’s included?

The 3-day training program will provide instruction on:

  • Introduction to HIRA techniques
  • Hazard identification
  • Team management
  • HAZOP method review
  • PHA-Tool© software introduction
  • MOCK HAZOP session
  • Miscellaneous guidewords and checklists
  • What-if analysis and checklists
  • Alternate analysis methods

Course Facilitators

Meet your PHA/LOPA Training course facilitators.

Important Notes

For 1 day in-person with eLearning courses: eLearning modules will be sent before the start date with 2 days worth of materials and 1 day in person.

Upcoming Sessions

Choose your session.

PHA/LOPA Training

Course

Cost

Start Date

Register

PHA/LOPA Training

Los Angeles

In Person (1 day)

Single Registrant

$1,250.00* $250.00 OFF

Groups 2-5

$1,062.50* $212.50 OFF

Groups 6+

$937.50* $187.50 OFF

* price per person

* discounted pricing ends March 26, 2024

May 7, 2024
8:00 am CDT

PHA/LOPA Training

Chicago

In Person (3 days)

Single Registrant

$1,250.00* $250.00 OFF

Groups 2-5

$1,062.50* $212.50 OFF

Groups 6+

$937.50* $187.50 OFF

* price per person

* discounted pricing ends June 11, 2024

July 23, 2024
8:00 am CDT

PHA/LOPA Training

Houston

In Person (1 day)

Single Registrant

$1,250.00* $250.00 OFF

Groups 2-5

$1,062.50* $212.50 OFF

Groups 6+

$937.50* $187.50 OFF

* price per person

* discounted pricing ends July 27, 2024

September 10, 2024
8:00 am CDT

Customized Courses

Courses tailored to fit 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. Your course may include:

Classroom 
Training

Courses may be offered at your site or a BakerRisk location, depending on the course or your needs.

Facility 
Walkthrough

We’ll walk through your facility to customize courses to suit and include an assessment.

Demonstration and Simulation

Utilize demonstrations to give a 
first-hand feel of hazards through simulations.

Case Studies

Case studies using real scenarios, including role play, so participants can apply their new training.