Covers what Process Safety Management (PSM) is, the critical incidents that shaped the current practice and high-level descriptions of the major PSM frameworks. Provides an overview of the fourteen elements in the OSHA PSM standard. In addition, covers these courses as well, including Process Hazards Analysis, Management of Change, Mechanical Integrity and Root Cause Analysis.
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|Process Safety Management
Covers what Process Safety Management (PSM) is, the critical incidents that shaped the current practice and high-level descriptions of the major PSM frameworks. Provides an overview of the fourteen elements in the OSHA PSM standard.
Lesson 1: PSM overview and history
Lesson 2: Introduction to the OHSA PSM standard
Lesson 3: Process design, operations and maintenance
Lesson 4: Responding to incidents
Lesson 5: EPA’s Risk Management Program (RMP) rule and other frameworks
|Process Hazard Analysis
Covers what Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) is, its relationship to Process Safety Management (PSM) and basic concepts of risk. Provides an overview of PHA regulations and details that are most applicable to PHA team members.
Lesson 1: PSM and PHA overview
Lesson 2: Risk and PHA regulations overview
Lesson 3: Address hazards of the process and six specific topics in the PHA
Lesson 4: Use specified methodologies or equivalent
Lesson 5: Include proper expertise and experience on the PHA team
|Management of Change
Covers what Management of Change (MOC) is, OSHA’s MOC requirements, MOC program cycle and barriers and best practices. Users will apply their new understanding of MOC in a scenario exercise.
Lesson 1: MOC overview
Lesson 2: OSHA’s PSM Management of Change requirements
Lesson 3: MOC program cycle
Lesson 4: MOC barriers and best practices
Lesson 5: MOC scenario exercise
||Provides an overview of the OSHA Process Safety Management regulation and the Mechanical Integrity element required by this regulation.
Lesson 1: What is Mechanical Integrity
Lesson 2: Why is Mechanical Integrity important
Lesson 3: What are the key Mechanical Integrity elements
Lesson 4: Conclusion
|Root Cause Analysis
Covers what Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is and common RCA program problems and best practices. Introduces two RCA tools: ABS Group’s Task Triangle and the SOURCETM Methodology Flowchart.
Lesson 1: RCA definition and approach
Lesson 2: ABS Group’s task triangle
Lesson 3: Common RCA problems and best practices
Lesson 4: SOURCE methodology flowchart
Lesson 5: RCA application questions