A partner of excellencefor oil and gas professional development

E-620C - Safety Engineering Certification

15 days HSE/SAFENGGB
Level
Proficiency
Audience
  • Engineers, technicians and staff, not familiar with the concepts of safety engineering, involved in operating oil and gas field processing facilities or in designing oil and gas projects architecture.
Purpose
  • This course aims to achieve deepen knowledge to assess and mitigate risks, and apply industry-required safety codes and practices when designing, constructing and operating Oil & Gas processing facilities.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • describe risk assessment methods of safety engineering in Oil & Gas processing,
  • identify the main advantages and constraints of safety engineering studies,
  • identify the necessary safety engineering studies to be carried out during a project,
  • interpret the contents of standard hazard studies,
  • explain the safe design principles and to propose mitigation measures applicable to each principle,
  • define, predict and measure possible outcomes and effects.
Prerequisite
  • Engineering degree or equivalent experience within the Oil & Gas industry.
Ways and means
  • Several applications and illustrations.
  • Several case studies and teamwork sessions.
  • A mini project will be developed and presented during the last week as part of the certification process.

Module 1: Fundamentals 5 days
  • Fundamentals of Safety Engineering
  • Preliminary Hazard Analysis - Hazid
  • Hazard and operability - Hazop
  • Major Hazard Assessment
  • Layer of protection
  • Plot Plan Review
  • Prevention of Hydrocarbon Release
  • Prevention of Hydrocarbon Ignition
  • Prevention of Fire Escalation
  • Engineering of emergency escape and evacuation resources
Module 2: Advanced techniques 5 days
  • Inherently safer plant design
  • Consequence analysis methodology
  • Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA)
  • Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS)
  • Quality and mechanical integrity of critical equipment
  • Active and passive fire protection
  • Human factors and human errors
  • Documented evidence requirements
Module 3: Project 5 days
  • Safety engineering mini-project for a specific surface production facility:
  • Hazard identification: Hazid / Hazop
  • Plant layout - Consequence analysis
  • Major hazard assessment - QRA
  • Fire protection and emergency response
2017 course calendar
Language Dates Location Tuition Register
Nov 13 - Dec 01 Rueil €9,690 Online