Introduction

This course is designed to help participants gain basic understanding of risk concepts and processes in typical industries, better understand risk and uncertainty, and improve decision making through Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA). It also aims to enhance participants’ knowledge in the field of accident and consequences modelling, especially on gas explosion and dispersion, as well as fire modelling.

Risk analysis modelling, FTA analysis and probability assessment, as well as the procedural and organizational requirements towards building an effective process safety management system (PSMS) will also be covered in this course.  

 

Course Objective

The course provides participants with the knowledge necessary to:

  • Learn to model the consequences
  • Learn to assess the probabilities and built failure trees (FTA analysis)
  • Learn and practice the main principles and techniques in QRA
  • Understand how to employ QRA to better understand risk and uncertainty and improve decision-making

 

Who should attend?

  • Engineers, managers, project management team, inspectors, legislators, designers, HSE engineers from petrol and petrochemical, refining, chemical and oleochemical plant, paper mills, other individuals’ plant.
  • Professionals dealing with risk and safety in industry

  • Individuals with no previous experience in the field of QRA

 

This course also prepares delegates for certification exam:

- IICS 2.8 Quantitative Risk Analysis

 

 

Log in to www.international-inspector-certification.com for more information about IICS.

 

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Public Training:

Course Date:

Venue:

23-28 Sep 2019 (6 Days)
IDC Training House, Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia

 

 P/S:  Available for In-House (Upon Request)