This course provides an in-depth study of each PSM element. The course introduces each PSM element and the specific guidelines for integrating PSM element requirements into other corporate programs and evaluating program compliance throughout the implementation phase. This course also covers how to expand your PSM program to include the RBPS (risk-based process safety) elements as proposed by the CCPS (Center for Chemical Process Safety), a division of AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers)
Case Studies – Case studies and exercises are used throughout the course to illustrate interpretations of the requirements and demonstrate ways to develop an effective PSM program, including several video based case studies, including several video-based case studies.
Typical Course Candidates
- Managers – Operations, Safety, and Executive
- Engineers – Process, Safety, and Mechanical
- PSM Implementation Team Members – Anyone involved with implementation, including operators and maintenance personnel
- Compliance Auditors
- Environmental Management and Technicians
What You Will Learn:
- To interpret the performance-based requirements of the U.S. OSHA PSM and EPA risk management standards, as well as learn about related industry standards
- The elements of process safety that are missing from typical PSM systems, including Human Factors elements (communication, human system interface, work environment, staffing, and fitness for duty), Facility Siting element, Project Risk Management, Senior Leadership & Accountability. The Risk-Based Process Safety (RBPS) guide (2007) from CCPS/AIChE is reviewed so you can understand how to close critical gaps
- Multiple options for implementing an effective need-specific program
- Specific guidelines for developing cost effective written programs tailored for each PSM element, whether for a single facility or a corporation
- How to avoid costly implementation mistakes
- Jargon for communicating PSM requirements to others throughout the organization
- For each element
o How to develop written programs to meet PSM requirements
o How to incorporate and integrate the PSM element requirements into other corporate programs (other corporate management systems)
o Key performance indicators
o How to evaluate program compliance throughout implementation
o How to begin implementation at your company
o Additional training necessary for implementation of specific elements
- The course uses actual and generic case studies
o To illustrate interpretations of PSM requirements
o To demonstrate developing an effective PSM program that can be adapted
for your facility
Element #1 – Accountability: Objectives and Goals
Accountability is the obligation to explain and answer for one’s actions that are related to company expectations, objectives and goals. Accountability must be built into each element of the process safety management system. There are 9 accountability components: continuity of operations, continuity of systems,continuity of organization, quality process, control of exceptions, alternative methods, management accessibility, communications and company expectations.
Element #2 – Process Knowledge and Documentation
Capturing process knowledge is the foundation on which many aspects of a process safety program are built. Many companies have formal procedures for maintaining and making available this information in process safety or process libraries. There are 7 “process knowledge and documentation” elements: chemical and occupational health hazards, process definition and design criteria, process and equipment design, protective systems, normal and upset conditions (SOPs), process risk and management decisions and company memory.
These elements are important to keep in mind throughout the life cycle of an operation
Element #3 – Process Safety Review Procedures for Capital Projects
Why are process safety reviews needed. Review the 5 Phases of a Typical Major Capital Project, Appropriation Request Procedures, Siting, Plot Plan, Hazard Reviews, Process Design and Review Procedures, Project Management Procedures and Controls.
Element #4 – Process Risk Management
Elements of process risk management are: Hazard identification, risk analysis of operations, reduction of risk,residual risk reduction, process management during emergencies, encouraging clients and suppliers to adopt similar risk management practices, selection of businesses with acceptable risks.
Element #5 – Management of Change
Management of change includes the following components: change of process technology, change of facility, organizational changes with potential safety impact, variance procedures, permanent changes, temporary changes.
Element #6 – Process and Equipment Integrity
The components of the process and equipment integrity element are: reliability engineering, materials of construction, fabrication and inspection procedures, installation procedures, preventive maintenance, process, hardware and systems inspection and testing, maintenance procedures, alarm and instrument management,demolition procedures.
Element #7 – Human Factors
There are 3 significant components of this element: Operator/process and operator/equipment interfaces;administrative controls vs hardware; human error assessment.
Element #8 – Training and Performance
The components of the training element are: definition of skills & knowledge, design of operating and maintenance procedures, initial qualifications assessment, selection & development of the training program,measuring performance and effectiveness, instructor program, records management, ongoing performance and refresher training.
Element #9 – Incident Investigation
Define and review major incidents, third-party participation, follow-up and resolution, communication, incident recording, reporting and analysis, near-miss reporting.
Element #10 – Company Standards, Codes and Regulations
Company standards, codes and regulations exist to define the minimum acceptable safe practices and provide consistencies at all locations. They assist engineers in making design decisions and are an aid to plant personnel in the safe operation of their site. They define the company’s commitment and interpretation to federal or state legislation.
Element #11 – Audits and Corrective Actions
Audits validate whether a site’s PSM program is adequately doing what is expected and whether the expectations are appropriate. The components of an audit program include: PSM system audits, process safety audits, compliance reviews, internal/external auditors and corrective actions.
Element #12 – Enhancement of Process Safety Knowledge
Enhancement of Process Safety Knowledge equals continuous improvement. This can give a competitive advantage to a company that strives to look for new technology or benefit from its historical information via better yields, quality, productivity and less lost time due to incidents. Management can improve process safety knowledge by encouraging employees to attend trade shows or seminars, contribute to process safety-oriented research and share non-proprietary information via benchmarking.
Instructor: Bambang Pamudji, BSc. SE.
B.S. Economic Management.
B.S. Public Health Sanitation.
Certified Safety Professional (HSE Specialist in Chemical Safety, Industrial Hygiene, OHS Management System , OHS Management System Auditor, Hazop leaders and Hazards assessment , The measurement of the occupational environment, Environmental Risk Analysis, Workplace Control, Engine noise and vibration control ).
Profession Member Indonesian Association of HSE Specialist in Chemical Safety.
Profession Member Indonesian Association of Occupational Hygiene and Occupational Safety.
Over the past 29 years Bambang Pamudji has provided HSE management program development and implementation as well as risk assessment leadership ,HSE Management System Internal Auditor on PT. Pupuk Sriwidjaja Urea Fertilizer Company Palembang. He has led “step change” HSE improvement in all assignments. On The Last past 4 years Bambang Pamudji has work on his current project as Advisory service in HSE Management System,HSE Training program Development and trainer, HSE Auditor, HSE Coordinator in a variety of areas ranging from oil/gas production, pipeline operations, and chemical plants.
§ Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy)
§ Quality training kits included calculator, T-shirt or jacket, cap, ect.
§ Convenient training facilities with four star quality
§ Morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch for along the training
§ Certificate of Completion
§ Exclusive flash disk.
Tuition Fee & Registration Deadline
IDR 8.250.000,-/ Person, (Excluded PPN 10% and Accommodation)
Registration and Payment deadline a weeks before training held.
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