Fundamentals of Risk Based Process Safety Management

Course Overview
This two-day course is designed to give personnel involved with the safe and reliable operation of process facilities a basic understanding of process safety management using CCPS Risk Based Process Safety. The course has been developed to be interactive using both group work and case studies to reinforce the learning and understanding. Participants will learn the differences and similarities between occupational and process safety systems and how they work together. They will see a comparison of the current industry standard PSM programs, the importance of each PSM component and how the application of each element impacts daily work activities. The objective is to help the participants understand how PSM integrates into their current safety management system and implementing key aspects of PSM with the field workforce. 

A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

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Course Syllabus
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Course Outline
  • History of Safety
  • Process Safety Management in Canada
  • Drivers for Process Safety
  • Comparison of Programs
  • How the PSM Standard Works
  • Program Components Overview

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Instructor

Guillermo Pacanins

Guillermo Pacanins is an Electrical Engineer, P. Eng. and TUV Functional Safety Expert with over 26 years of experience in Process Controls and Functional Safety, and has taught Process Automation courses to many of the world’s largest corporations. His excellent communication and leadership skills, combined with his in-depth understanding of Process Safety Engineering, has contributed to his success as a Functional Safety analyst/educator.
Training Venue

To avoid potential course disruptions caused by the attendance of unconfirmed registrants, the training venue address will ONLY be provided to registrants upon receipt of payment (via an email confirmation note).

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