Join us for this 3-day course as we continue our OSHA 29CFR 1910.119 process safety management series by expanding upon the regulatory element of Process Hazard Analysis. With this management and oversight training course, learn how to properly plan, execute, and utilize PHA activities-methods at your plant site, incorporating the latest regulatory interpretations and trends. Course engagement will be a combination of informative instructor-led modules together with practical, hands-on workshops to provide opportunities for participants to practice and reinforce PHA tools as they are presented and learned.
Who is this training for?
New and experienced front-line engineers, EHS and compliance managers, plant managers, maintenance and/or instrumentation and controls managers, department managers, operations, auditors of regulatory and/or company policy compliance, inspectors, and corporate process safety support staff.
After attending this course, participants will:
- Gain in-depth knowledge of the regulatory requirements for PHA under OSHA 29CFR Part 1910.119 and how PHA plays a central role in PSM programs.
- Understand what factors contribute to process accidents and the role of PHA in identifying them.
- Be knowledgeable in various PHA methodologies – strengths, limitations, and best applications – for both continuous and batch processes and procedures.
- Understand PHA inputs, detailed methodologies, study outputs and resources required to more effectively manage and oversee PHA programs.
- Be able to assist in developing sound study recommendations for evaluation, prioritization and implementation and plan for maintenance and verification of safeguards/barriers/layers of protection in the plant.
- Become informed of the latest thinking from industry and regulators in PHA coverage, human factors, and current industry standards for facility siting.
- Learn how Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA) can be utilized to help formulate, evaluate, and prioritize solutions to reduce risks.
Certificates of Completion will be issued awarding 2.0 Continuing Education Units (equal to 20 Professional Development Hours), often used to maintain professional licenses. Course sessions will be led by instructor(s) from Advantage Risk Solutions.
$1,650.00 per person
Tuition Reimbursement: The Nebraska Ethanol Board is offering a tuition reimbursement of $500 per person upon completion for employees of qualifying ethanol plants located in Nebraska. Reimbursement funds are limited to the first 20 qualifying registrants.
Note: Refunds will not be offered for canceled registrations, but substitutions are allowed at the discretion of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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About the Instructor
Philip M. Myers is President, Principal Consultant, and Founder of Advantage Risk Solutions (2000), a process safety, risk analysis, and risk management consultancy based Sunbury, Ohio.
He has 34 years of experience serving industry from the project and plant level to the corporate board room. Mr. Myers has developed and instructed PHA, process safety, and risk analysis training courses in the US and internationally for over 20 years. He also advises industry associations and governments.
He is highly experienced in hazard identification and risk analysis techniques such as HAZOP, LOPA, Event Tree Analysis (ETA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), BowTie/Barrier Analysis, Consequence modeling, Facility Siting, Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA), and Business/Financial Risk Assessment (FRA). Mr. Myers was trained in PHA/HAZOP by leaders of ICI, where HAZOP was invented.
Mr. Myers has long served in leadership and as a technical contributor to the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Global Congress on Process Safety (GCPS) and other professional conferences, journals, and publications in process safety and risk analysis. He served as the Process Plant Safety Symposium (PPSS) overall Symposium Chair in 2007 and Co-Chair in 2006, and as a technical Session Chair for every other PPSS held since 2003. He also serves as the Secretary-Treasurer for the AIChE Safety and Health Division (focusing on process safety) since 2011, and previously served as Director (2007-09).
Mr. Myers has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University, and a Management Certificate from the Executive Education Program at the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University.