A hazard and operability study (HAZOP) is vital for identifying and evaluating problems which may represent risks to personnel or equipment within complex processes and operations. Multi-disciplinary teams are required to carry out a HAZOP, some of which may not have experience in the area before, or may need a guideline for best practice.
This course provides students with the knowhow to carry out HAZOP exercises; how to plan, prepare and facilitate a HAZOPS and how to follow up and report the findings.
When: 20 March 2018
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 16 weeks, part-time
Ideal for: Process Safety Managers & Engineers, Health & Safety personnel, Plant Managers, Maintenance & Operations Managers, Emergency Response personnel, Line Supervisors & Team Leaders
Tushar Poddar has over 30 years of experience within the industry, and specialises within the upstream sector encompassing oil and gas production, processing, transportation, and storage for offshore fixed platforms, FPSO/FSOs, FLNG, gas plants, and LNG plants and terminals.
He has published and presented many industry focused papers in international conferences, and is currently the Project Director for IHI-E & C International Corporation, Houston.